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Friday, January 27, 2012
8:00 AM – 10:00 AM
tpt Studios, St. Paul, MN
What are the unique social media opportunities and challenges for media organizations that are accountable to a mission statement, rather than a bottom line? We’ve assembled an expert panel to explore this topic and more as well as take your questions.
January 17, 2012
Stanley’s Northeast Bar Room, Minneapolis
What better way to spend a long, winter night than hang out with your fellow SMBMSP members? Don’t answer that, just join us for a relaxing evening in Minneapolis at Stanley’s Northeast Bar Room.
You may know Stanley’s as our official bacon sponsor, but they’re also is a great neighborhood craft beer bar. We’ll be in their new party room, Upstairs at Stanley’s, with a cash bar and DJ Mykl on hand to heat things up.
I couldn’t finish 2011 without taking a moment to wish all our members, sponsors and supporters a restful and safe holiday season.
Exciting things are in the works for next year. We’ll kick off the year with a winter tweetup at Stanley’s Northeast Bar Room in Minneapolis on 1/16 and SMBMSP#43 on Public Media at TPT in Saint Paul later in January. More details and registration will be available soon.
In the mean time, I wanted to share a few last-minute gift ideas for the bacon lovers on your list. Continue reading
Our holly, jolly guests this month:
Pete Barry (@pjbfcp), Strategist and UX specialist at Hello Viking, tells us about Twinkle Trail, a new site that allows anyone to submit their favorite holiday light displays, makes it easy to find great displays in your area and even creates customized directions to efficiently take in as many displays as you like.
Friday, December 16, 2011
8:00 AM – 10:00 AM
CoCo, St. Paul, MN
What’s your life dream? What’s your calling? Do you dream of becoming your own boss? Starting a non-profit? Launching a product? Writing a novel? Traveling the world?
You can do it. There’s never been a better time to create a life and work that is meaningful and fulfilling. But it’s going to take some hard work and you’ll need the help of your friends and your social network.
We’ve assembled a panel of dreamers and doers who will tell you how they used their social media skills to begin living their dreams. Continue reading
As I think about all I’m thankful for, the incredible social media community in the Twin Cities always makes the list. SMBMSP couldn’t exist without the support of this community.
We rely on that support for everything from topic ideas to event venues, podcast guests to blog posts, first-rate presenters to bacon. Most importantly, it drives us to keep creating quality experiences by and for the local community.
I’d like to personally thank our members, attendees, presenters, volunteers and sponsors. You are SMBMSP and you are appreciated. Continue reading