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01/24 2011

Social Media Club Austin Welcomes a New Board

Social Media Club Austin is kicking off 2011 with some big announcements and a year of outstanding opportunities for members, both new and old. The group’s ongoing success has led to expansion and designation of its status as a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. The newly elected Board of Directors is planning upcoming events and seeking sponsors to be part of Social Media Club Austin’s continued growth and achievements.

“As we move into the new year, Social Media Club is stronger than ever and extremely important to Austin as the leader of our vibrant social media community,” said Mike Chapman, Past President of Social Media Club Austin and founder of D.C. Strategies. “Incoming President David J. Neff and new Vice President Kat Mandelstein exemplify everything that makes our organization great. If you are passionate about social networking and social media, or just curious, then you need to be involved with Social Media Club Austin in 2011.”

Social Media Club Austin has a diverse membership from all walks of life and professions. Members gain access to social media resources, services and regular events hosted by the club. Social Media Club Austin encourages members to participate and share new ideas. The organization welcomes new members, who can join by visiting http://socialmediaclub.org/membership orhttp://socialmediaclub.org/chapter/austin-tx (Join Chapter > Create New Account). The membership and events are coordinated by the 2011 Board of Directors.

· David J. Neff, President

· Kat Mandelstein, Vice President

· Vicki Flaugher, Secretary

· Sherry Lowry, Treasurer

· Oscar Davila, Speaker Chair

· Haley Odom, Sponsors Chair

· Deb Robison, Charitable Activities Chair

“Social Media Club Austin is able to deliver high quality, essential professional development events for Austin and the surrounding areas,” said David J. Neff. “We present a unique opportunity for area businesses and organizations to leverage a highly active demographic by sponsoring an event and getting unprecedented exposure online, through social media, and word of mouth from attendees.”

Companies or organizations interested in sponsoring an upcoming event should contact Haley Odom at haley.odom@gmail.com. While sponsors are being sought for later in 2011, the January 18th Social Media Club Austin event, Adventures in Social Media: A Non-profit’s Tale, was sponsored by the Capital Area Food Bank.

“Social media is transforming the way we all collaborate, both professionally and personally,” said Kat Mandelstein. “Social Media Club was the first global organization to recognize this change. The Austin chapter was one of the earliest professional chapters and is one of the largest chapters, tapping into this evolution of marketing-communications and technology in order to achieve greater potential and results.”

For more information about Social Media Club Austin, please visit their website, join their Facebook group (search “Social Media Club Austin”), or follow them on Twitter @smcaustin.

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08/9 2010

What is VideoCAMP TEXAS?

Well I think this video sums it up, no? We had a great turnout this weekend at VideoCAMP Texas and hope to see you at the next one!

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08/1 2010

VideoCamp Texas : Are you coming?

http://videocamptexas.eventbrite.com/

Are you coming?

Video For The People

VideoCamp Texas is a FREE one day ad-hoc gathering of video, public relations, new media, and marketing professionals born from the desire for people to learn about best practices in online video production and distribution in an open environment. It is an collaborative event with discussions, demos and interaction from participants who are the main actors of the event.

How To Participate

Share What You Know

Whether you’re a seasoned video producer, search engine marketer or are just learning about YouTube, come out and share what you know, learn new skills, and network with other like-minded professionals.

We invite you to come share and learn about:

* Best Practices in Online Video
* Public Relations and Video
* Shooting for online video
* Vlogging
* Lighting tips and tricks
* Choosing the right audio equipment
* Video SEO
* Non-Linear editing and compression
* Video for non-profits
* Seeding video and distribution
* And whatever else you can dream up.

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06/18 2010

Austin Social Media Club at KLRU

I’m lucky enough to be a volunteer leader over at the Austin Social Media Club. We had a great opportunity to do something good out in our community and we volunteered at KLRU, which is our local PBS station. Here are some clips from that night.

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