By Shannon DiGregorio, Relationship Manager at The Community Roundtable.
For many social media and community practitioners being viewed as an expert in something that everyone thinks they are great at (social media) can be a real challenge. Just because someone loves Instagram or has 500 friends on facebook doesn’t mean they truly understand that intricacies of managing a comprehensive social or community program. How do you build your reputation as a social strategist – a true expert on social media and community initiatives?
The role of the corporate social and/or community strategist is unique from that of a community manager although the two roles are often done by the same person in smaller organizations. Check out Rachel’s presentation below for an in-depth look at the social and community strategist roles, and how you can build a reputation as a knowledgeable and trusted social expert.
Interested in learning more about training to help further your career in social media, communications, community management or marketing? The slides above are a small portion of the Community Strategist training course offered by The Community Roundtable, WOMMA & ComBlue. If you are interested in that class, you can find more info here: http://community-roundtable.com/what-we-do/training/ and find other classes and online training courses and certifications for Community Managers that might be of interest.