Joselin Mane: Episode 2 (@joselinmane)
Joselin Mane (@JoselinMane) is one of Boston’s social media mavens, and he’s here to talk about bridging the virtual and real worlds with social media marketing.
A hot topic, written about in the latest edition of Mass High Tech, Social Media is Best with In-person Interaction by E. Douglas Banks (@eDougBanks), Joselin discusses the basics from what a “tweetup” is to describing how he designed a 400 person tweet up, which was the largest recorded in Massachusetts, and one of the early records for Foursquare check-ins in one place.
Joselin opens with how he got inspired to start @BostonTweetUp.
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About Joselin Mane
Joselin Mane (twitter: @JoselinMane) a Passionate Internet Marketing Consultant with 20 years of computer technology experience. This is complemented by his 8 years of Online Marketing experience and 10 years of business development experience.
Joselin works with small/midsize businesses, organizations and entrepreneurs to best leverage internet technologies to systematically reach their financial and/or growth goals. He specializes in wrapping marketing around technology to help grow his clients businesses in a more efficient way. His expertise put him in a position to be featured in a full page advertisement for IBM with in his first two years of being there, and placed on an elite team within IBM’s elearning division where he was personally requested for any large and/or strategically sensitive deals.
About Boston TweetUp
Boston TweetUp (twitter: @BostonTweetUp) is the central source for information in the Boston area to discover, participate, and even read about Tweetups, Social Media Networking, Entrepreneurial, and technology events.
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