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Written by member of the SMWWDC Editorial Team, Kaitlin Carpenter. You can discover a little more about Kaitlin here.   At nearly every Social Media Week event I attended, I was inspired! Invigorated! Infused with new ideas and motivated to bring the same levels of awesomeness to my own work. But I also found myself thinking,…

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Written by member of the SMWWDC Editorial Team, Sarah Sonies. You can discover a little more about Sarah here.   Even as little as three years ago, an organization was considered cutting-edge or even “fearless” simply by entering the uncharted world of social media. Promoting thoughts, ideas, or projects one status or 140-character tweet at a…

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Written by member of the SMWWDC Editorial Team, Ijeoma Nwatu. You can discover a little more about Ijeoma here.   Whenever there is a crisis, it’s best to remain calm. Whenever there is a social media crisis, it’s best to get advice from the pros. Thanks to Social Media Club of DC, a packed house of…

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Written by member of the SMWWDC Editorial Team, Shannan Bowen. You can discover a little more about Shannan here.   Most organizations and brands, from large to small, now actively use social media to communicate with audiences. But are they effectively reaching – and influencing – those audiences? To find out, you’ll likely need to measure…

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Written by member of the SMWWDC Editorial Team, Lisa Nelson. You can discover a little more about Lisa here.   When I saw the title “The Rise of the Visual Web” on the schedule for SMWWDC, I knew I had to attend.  And so did many others… It was standing room only at this panel discussion…

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Written by member of the SMWWDC Editorial Team, Bret Kinsella. You can discover a little more about Bret here.   For a social media week presentation, this one seemed a bit out of place. On the surface, it did not seem to be social media-related—the most specific comment on the topic being in response to a…

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Written by member of the SMWWDC Editorial Team, Bret Kinsella. You can discover a little more about Bret here.   Building a Facebook audience through Likes was a big focus for most brands in 2012. By contrast, 2013 is shaping up to be the year of engagement. A key part of your engagement strategy should include…

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Written by member of the SMWWDC Editorial Team, Christen McCluney. You can discover a little more about Christen here.   On Tuesday night The Pappas Group hosted the event “From React to Ignite: Building a Positive Hospitality Brand Online,” at the Hamilton Restaurant in DC. The panel which was held in the concert area “Hamilton Live”…

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Written by member of the SMWWDC Editorial Team, Jenifer Joy Madden. You can discover a little more about Jenifer Joy here.   A website is like a garden. To bloom, it takes patience, time and attention. But in the digital world, a gorgeous plot is worthless unless people come to see it. That was among lessons…

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Washington, D.C. (February 18, 2013) – The finalists for DC Band Together have been selected and will “Battle for Glory” this Thursday at Penn Social. Doors open for Social Media Week DC #SMWWDC networking at 6:30 and the Battle starts at 8:00. See the finalists and secure your tickets at dcbandtogether.com The finalists are: The…

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