Ever wonder what’s been going on at the SMCHI events you’ve missed? Well, WOWEEEE! Our last event was some of the best of what a SMCHI event is: smart dialogue and great people. We had lots of new faces and old friends turned out for Small Budgets, Big Results. The format for this event was […]
It’s a new year, and we’re on the hunt for a venue for our public educational events! In true social media form, we are asking the community for ideas and suggestions. First, a little bit a about us: We are Social Media Club of Hawaii, an educational nonprofit organization. The members of Social Media Club […]
As more and more businessesÂ immerseÂ themselves in social media, the need for a company-wide social media policy becomes more and more apparent. Because social media impacts so many areas of a business including marketing, customer service and human relations to name some more obvious examples, creating a policy can present some unique challenges for businesses. Whether […]
Well, its official: Social Media Club of Hawaii (SMCHI) has finally attained (through its parent organization) 501c3 status. Anyone who has ever been to a free SMCHI event (and they are all free) can attest to the fact that SMCHI has always been a non-for-profit organization, but the new status makes it official.Â Along with […]
Our monthly gathering is Friday, May 14, 6 p.m. at ING DIRECT Cafe! Our topic is using social media in the financial services industry. Featured Presentation: Frank Hamm Frank Hamm Our featured presentation is on the current state and trends in Social Media in Europe focused specifically on Germany.Â Â We will gain an insight on […]
Our monthly gathering is Friday, March 12, 6 p.m. at ING DIRECT Cafe! This month we are mixing it up! Instead of a formal presentation, we are going to have an interactive questions and tips sharing session on Facebook best practices. UPDATE: Read all of the notes from this session here. This Month: Facebook Best […]
Video case study with Ed Morita talking about using Twitter to attract customers to Longhi’s Restaurant.