Tag Archive: social media education

Jul 26

Digital Citizenship: Best Practices for Navigating Social Media as a Student

At Jaggers Communications, we’re all pretty big fans of education. It doesn’t hurt that we’re all parents, a few of us with teenagers (and older — oh my!). We’re committed to excellent education for our kids and in our community. We support it in a variety of ways, through contributions to scholarship foundations and in …

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Apr 30

Good Community is a Timeless Social Media Value

We were at a client meeting last week presenting social media strategy, and Marijean was kind enough to mention my past history as founder of a company called Rowdy.com. Rowdy was known as a “social network” and was focused on NASCAR racing. We built a platform to blog, share photos, video, comments, and observations on …

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Apr 16

Five Ways to Beware the Social Media Scammer

There was an interesting study released last year by Booz & Co. in partnership with Buddy Media on social media and marketing and its impact on job growth. Some highlights: Virtually every company (96%) has plans to spend more on social media; 40 percent plan to spend “substantially more.” As companies are building up their …

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Dec 13

The Culture of Social Media without the Platforms; Mind = Blown

It’s a very busy time for my business and yesterday included a marathon of meetings right in a row (six!). Right in the middle, we met with a prospective client. Now, Jaggers Communications offers the full suite of communications services from public relations to brand positioning to social media strategy, but often client conversations begin …

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Jan 05

The One-Time Only Plan Development Workshop

That’s right – I mean it – I’m only offering the Digital Communications Plan Development workshop once. Why? It’s my way of giving back to the Charlottesville community that has been so good to me in the five years since I moved here. To celebrate that, and help area businesses and nonprofits I’m offering this …

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