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Learn to navigate through the many social media outlets and make them work for you.

Learn to navigate through the many social media outlets and make them work for you.

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    • Twitter, Flickr & Plaxo…Oh My! March 25, 2009
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    • Reasons Why You Should…
      • Networking
      • Listening
      • Learning
      • Communicating
      • Staying in Touch/Reconnecting
      • Market Yourself (jobs, internships)!!!!
        • Set up a profile (watch the contact info!)
        • Join networks
        • Use a real photo
        • Find legit friends
        • Post events (like club activities)
        • Write on walls once in a while
        • Send in-network messages
        • Be careful what you post!
        • Post items once in a while (try once per month)
        • Belong to groups
        • Don’t poke
        • Become fans of your favorite brands!
      • PRSA
      • IABC
      • Mashable
      • Sarah Evans
      • Todd Defren
      • Beth Harte
      • David Meerman Scott
      • BrutusBuckeye
      • Top 10 Agencies (PRWeek.com)
      • Ragan
      Who to Follow
      • Use your real name and photo
      • It’s ok for your bio to be a little fun, but…
      • Follow people and groups you know
      • Start with 15-30 minutes per day
      • 140 characters (mini blogs)
      • Cross link to web sites (bit.ly; tinyurl.com)
      • Converse!
      • Reply with @<their twittername>
      • Retweet (RT@<their twittername>
    • It’s up to you to take ownership of the brand called YOU. Dan Schawbel
    • [email_address] Twitter: @stacywood linkedin.com/in/stacyrwood