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January 2012 All Saints After Dark Program

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This presentation is an Introduction to Social Media containing basic information of what social media is, who uses it, how to use it, and more.

This presentation is an Introduction to Social Media containing basic information of what social media is, who uses it, how to use it, and more.

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  • away from Web 2.0 concepts and social networks is one area where that is especially true. Most avoid social networks because of things they have heard, not because of true facts. In reality, local government should embrace the tools of social networking. Sites like Facebook, Flickr, and YouTube provide opportunities for local government to share information and ideas at almost no cost. They provide a good area to recruit new employees and to involve young adults in government. Internally, tools like SharePoint, provide a place to carry out all phases of projects in a very open and user friendly environment.
  • away from Web 2.0 concepts and social networks is one area where that is especially true. Most avoid social networks because of things they have heard, not because of true facts. In reality, local government should embrace the tools of social networking. Sites like Facebook, Flickr, and YouTube provide opportunities for local government to share information and ideas at almost no cost. They provide a good area to recruit new employees and to involve young adults in government. Internally, tools like SharePoint, provide a place to carry out all phases of projects in a very open and user friendly environment.
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    • 1. wadya knw bout web2.0? Introduction to Social Media January 2012 Kathy McCullough-Testa
    • 2. HowAre You
    • 3. Social If Facebook were a country, it would be the 3rd largestMedia Social networking is now more popular than email A new member joins LinkedIn the every second communication eReaders have surpassed traditional book sales medium of The second largest choice online search engine is YouTube
    • 4. SocialWhat good is that? Media Oh no! How can I control it?MaturesMaybe it’s not so bad. How can I use it?
    • 5. Social Networks Empower the People
    • 6. #Hashtags
    • 7. Social Media Devices
    • 8. Brian Solis“Engage: The Complete Guide for Brands and Businessesto Build, Cultivate, and Measure Success in the New Web.” Twitter = What’s happening? Facebook = What’s on your mind? FourSquare= Where am I? Pinterest = What do I like? YouTube = What Im watching. LinkedIn = What’s in it for me? Myspace = zzzzz
    • 9. Is UsingWho Social Media?
    • 10. In the past two years, social networking site use among internetusers age 65 and older has grown 150%, from 13% in April 2009to 33% in May 2011. Similarly, during this same time period useby 50-64 year-old internet users doubled—from 25% to 51%.
    • 11. Is UsingWho Social Media?
    • 12. Erik Qualman“Socialnomics:How Social Media Transforms the Way We Live…” “We don’t have a choice on whether we DO social media, the question is: how well we do it.”