Part 1 and 2 of “Social Media and the Community Manager,” a presentation I created to give the Social Media Graduate course students at Cal State Fullerton a visual perspective into the role of a community manager.
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A collaborative project lead by Mike Handy, that I was privileged to participate in. These were personal insights and techniques given by us through our experiences in managing our online communities. The goal was to share out knowledge with other community managers. A Klout guide by community managers for community managers.
If you are a student, this is something you should be taking advantage of:
The 140 Conference creator, Jeff Pulver, is giving free entrance to the first 150 students. The #140conf events, take place all over the world and have taken place in: New York City, Los Angeles, London and Tel Aviv. These events explore the effects of twitter on a wide range of topics including: Celebrity, “The Media”, Advertising, Politics, Music, Education, Public Safety and Public Diplomacy.
This is a post I wrote for igrad.com that discusses how I achieved my goal of obtaining a job as a Community Manager at a … Read more »
I am participating in a social experiment. Click here to help me learn about my personal influence.
A short Animoto video of our day at Social Media Day Orange County. Team Symbaloo had a blast, speakers rocked and food trucks were finger lickin’ good!
A short interview clip of me showing the Symbaloo demo at Social Media Day Orange County courtesy of @theREcoach.
Attending the world’s first official Social Media Day in Orange County brought about a moment of personal reflection in community/network building.
OC resident Judith Martinez was diagnosed with brain and lung cancer in early march 2010. Join us at The Alley in Newport Beach June 27th for a Charity Brunch to assist the Martinez family in raising the funds for a proper service of Judith Martinez.
This is a post about my attempt to tackle 3 of my 5 goals that I created for my online profile…simultaneously.
Almost a year ago to the day, I submitted a video to become the Murphy-Goode Wine corespondent, a job I came close to getting. This is an update to what I have done since and what I am doing now. Good things do come to those who wait.
Meet Roger, a local entrepreneur using social media marketing to promote his small wine shop in Newport Beach: The Wine Lab.