The Social Media Company was set up to answer this question and others for and with you; What is social media? What is a digital footprint? How can I make it work for me and my company, and is it even relevant for us? At The Social Media Company our business is simple and clear; training, setting up and managing social media networks for people and organisations on social networks like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for people and organisations as a business tool and asset. Whether your starting a new business or have been in business for a while, we are committed that we provide you with the best possible advice and service we can.
What is Social Media?
Social media or social networking is one of the new media fields of business, marketing, reputation management and networking being used a lot more around people and organisations. You may be scared to start using it, not sure how to use it or perhaps worried if you will have enough to say - all the time, or maybe how to say all you want to say. That’s where we come in. We talk to you about what matters and is important to you.
Social media is simply where people are talking now. Where people are meeting and connecting from all over the world, faster and in real time. Where you could be.
Tabasuri Boot Camps: Saturday 1st October, 2011, is the date for the next workshop for people interested in finding out what social media is, how can it work for them, and what are the different networks availabe to you. Attending one of these sessions will give you the opportunity to go from wondering whats possible with social media and networking while watching from off the sideline, to getting on the court and starting to understand and enjoy the game with everyone else. These sessions will be easy to understand interactive and you get all your questions answered.
I read an article some time back that listed 9 reasons why social media is like porn; Bailey Gardiner, and this is what they said:
1. No place is off limits. People sneak a peek while driving, during work meetings, at dinner, at church, etc.
2. You’re slightly ashamed to admit to your family and closest friends how often you’re really doing it...