Savannah Tweetup celebrated their first anniversary on Friday night. They’ve been organizing events for Savannah’s social media savvy residents since last August, and look forward to many more years to come.
Category: New Scenes, Scenes of the South
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Get geeky with us at our July meet up. Bring your burning social media questions, share your know-how or just enjoy a cocktail with us.
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The Savannah area was teeming with geeks last weekend, but there’s a good chance that if you weren’t on Twitter, you didn’t even know! Here’s some of our favorite tweets from Geekend 2010.
Swag was in the highest demand at Geekend, the most coveted was a woven monkey cap created as a promotional item for Geekend sponsor, MailChimp. When it was revealed that several were hidden in the lobby, many geeks were left wanting and wandering around aimlessly. Those who were successful were wise to hide their geek treasure with all due haste.
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Tags: Geek, Geekend, Savannah, Seed Eco Lounge, social media, Twitter
“When Social Media Goes Wrong”
Hope you can join us for our November meet up, featuring musician and entertainer extraordinaire Trae Gurley as he shares his story of what happens when social media goes wrong. We’ll talk tips, communities and the ever important privacy issue.
Tags: Seed Eco Lounge, social media, Social Media Club of Savannah
Geekend 2010 starts Thursday, November 4 and runs through November 6. It is an interactive conference where the brightest geeks, designers, developers, artists and social media mavericks flock to Savannah for the weekend. The conference provides cutting edge speakers, fun-filled after parties and amazing networking opportunities. For more information, please visit the Geekend Website.
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Last year, I got my dream. A marketing agency was looking to hire a new member for their content department. The team that is tasked with doing for the agency on the Internet what Sacajawea did for Louis and Clark in the Northwest Territory. The job is part writer, part explorer, part trend spotter and part strategist. Oh yeah, and we get paid to Facebook and Twitter!
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Tags: Government Regulations, Hal Thomas, social media
Have questions about social media? Social Media Summer Camp is the time to ask them. Join us for this summer-long event series that will tackle your questions. Tonight’s session will focus on Foursquare and how local businesses should approach it. Hal Thomas of BFG Communications will present an overview and lead the discussion.
More Info: visit www.facebook.com/SMCSavannah
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The Tourism Leadership Council will host Jay Karen, president of Professional Association of Innkeepers International (PAII). He will present his seminar “Mastering Online Reviews and Reputation Management,” which offers. the do’s and don’ts of monitoring and influencing your reputation vis-a-vis all the various new forms of social media websites.
Cost: $10 person
More info: Contact the TLC office at 912.232.1223 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tags: Professional Association of Innkeepers International, reputation managament, Savannah, Seminar, social media, south magazine, Tourism Leadership Council