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Jason Nakai's portion of Webuquerque's social media presentation on Februrary 2, 2009.

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    Webuquerque: Social Media Means Business Webuquerque: Social Media Means Business Presentation Transcript

    • Social Media Means Business Webuquerque 1st Wednesday of every month 6:30pm - 10:00pm Uptown Sports Bar and Grill 6601 Uptown Blvd NE Albuquerque, NM
    • What is Social Media?
      • Social media are primarily Internet- and mobile-based tools for sharing and discussing information among human beings.
      • - Wikipedia
    • Why is Webuquerque using Social Media?
      • It is an immediate way to:
      • share information about the group (news, events, gen info)
      • receive feedback
      • interact with our audience
    • How is Webuquerque using Social Media?
      • We are using a variety of tools and services to disseminate and gather info about Webuquerque.
      • Upcoming
      • Flickr
      • Google Calendar
      • Twitter
      • Facebook
      • Ning (Duke City Fix)
    • How to Get Started
      • Experiment with different services
      • Choosing a service:
      • - Where is your audience?
      • - What is your content?
      • - How often is your content updated?
    • How to Get Started
      • Email (GMail)
      • Twitter
      • Facebook and/or MySpace
      • Flickr (photo sharing)
      • Viddler, Vimeo, YouTube
      • Upcoming
      • Subscribe to blogs
      • Look for similar orgs and connect
      • Look for local groups and connect
    • You're Setup. Now What?
      • LISTEN FIRST
      • as you are building your presence, make sure to
      • listen and observe
      • Poll/survey your audience:
      • to see if your outreach and communication models are working for them
      • for ideas on how to improve
      • to find out how they are using your services
      • See what other groups are doing and learn.
      • Take what works and avoid what doesn't.
      • Listen to your members/community
      • Be responsive
      • Be proactive
      • Be consistent
      • Be open and honest