Social media channels provide opportunities to target potential members and learn about what they are talking about, searching on, and interested in. What you've heard about the reach and usage of Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and other social media channels may have been exaggerated, but not by much. They are powerful tools your chamber can use to extend your branding and public relations efforts.
Getting Started with Social Media
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Award-Winning Chamber Samples
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See OnlineMBA's ranking of Top 100 Social Media Friendly Chambers Of Commerce
- Chamber BBQ TV - Amarillo Chamber of Commerce's (Texas) YouTube video promoting BBQ event
- Social Media Marketing Plan - Grapevine Chamber of Commerce (Texas)
- Prince William Chamber of Commerce (Vir.) - The purpose of the "I Belong Campaign" is to raise the profile of the chamber in the community, create positive public relations and goodwill, promote pride in membership, and encourage non-members to join. The chamber is using social media to promote its campaign: Members are asked to incorporate the "I Belong" signage on posts to Facebook and Twitter for opportunities to win prizes and recognition.
Developing a Social Media Policy
An effective social media policy provides clear guidelines for staff on posting and interacting with others that reflect chamber values. See Social Media Policies Samples
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