Learning, sharing locally

November 1, 2009 at 7:14 PM Leave a comment

If you haven’t spent your career in marketing, advertising or a closely related area you might be wondering how to tap local resources in the area of social media.  That’s especially true if you work for a smaller company.  Blogs and other internet sources are fantastic, but it can be beneficial to understand your market.

Social Media Clubs have cropped up in most markets.  Search for “Social Media Club” and your city.  You’ll find folks who love to share information about all types of social media.  Often they offer social activities where members discuss related topics.  And between meetings you can post questions or find people to offer advice and knowledge on their websites.

Other resources to discover locally:  Tweetups and social media or marketing groups on LinkedIn…if you don’t see one in your area, be bold and start one!


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