Social Media Day – How Will You Be Celebrating?

Even I have to admit, this seems like a pretty weird kind of a celebration. Isn’t it amazing that even a year ago, social media was still seemingly on the edges of legitimacy? And now we have people all over the world who are expressing themselves creatively via Blogs and (less so) Twitter, we have movies dedicated to the art form such as Julie and Julia.  It’s not really a gender-biased medium, in much the same way that radio is faceless and all can enjoy equally. Social media is a creativity joy joy free for all!

Of course, business both small and large have jumped on as well. Business blogging is good and immersive when done well – and terrible when merely done with lipservice. Ruby Assembly Consultants are amazed at how swiftly their own business has grown, assisting small business really connect with their communities. It sounds cheesy, but we achieve this by never choosing to pay lip service to our writing. We want to write beautiful, funny, genuine and interesting stories to engage the readers of our blogs. Regardless of whether we are writing for flower shops, art galleries or estate agents – we achieve the aim set out by true use of Social Media.

So hip hip hooray for Social Media Day (and just quietly… for us 🙂 )

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Digital polymath and Director of Melbourne’s social media agency Ruby Assembly, Iolanthe Gabrie knows good business. Creating inimitable brand content of rare depth, Iolanthe is a mentor, speaker and author with a focus on the startup space. Iolanthe builds exceptional online voices and develops productive, engaged communities across social media platforms for individuals, businesses and organisations.

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  1. Cheraine June 30, 2010 at 4:03 am - Reply

    Hooray to Ruby Assembly! Thanks to you, Habitat Property is now positively engagine with their clients with original communication via Social Media! We can’t thank you enough!

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