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The Community for Community Managers hosts a weekly "tweet chat", #cmgrchat (now under the Twitter handle @TheCmgr), to discuss all things social media. What exactly is a "community manager"? A community manager, in the social media sense, is a person who manages a brand's social networks to optimize their online presence with its followers. Social media keeps like-minded professionals connected and engaged with a click of a button. In order to keep up with the latest and greatest in your line of work, seek out "tweet chats" on Twitter and/or groups on Facebook and LinkedIn to expand your professional knowledge and network base.
San Diego Comic-Con is in full effect this week and creating quite the buzz on Twitter. Social media is a breeding ground for people with similar interests and hobbies to form enormous worldwide networks with each other at the click of a button. This concept of networking on a worldwide level can be applied to professionals looking to expand their networks from local to national to international. The possibilities are endless, really. Take advantage of the vast opportunities to connect and build relationships with other professionals and brands worldwide.
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