Friday, June 17, 2016

Social Networking Report June 2016

Swiss  Volley Ball Team
We publish our schedules, info and photos on our Newsletter Blog. 

Dave Harralson and I take turns emailing our members with notices of events. Dave is doing a fine job managing our membership using our IMembersDB program.  You can log into and use the system to email members. Ask Dave if you need help using the system.
You can post information and photos and interact with others on the addresses below. All of our members and friends are encouraged to join us. These systems work best if we have a number of our members posting.
If you use Facebook please check out our page, and contribute thoughts, ideas, and events. 

If you use Twitter please join us. It is easy to create an account and post directly yourself. And prove to everyone that you are up to date.
You can also contribute to our LinkedIn and Pinterest pages.

And of course our Web Site. We use a consultant to update the site and we change it infrequently. It does pick up info from the blog automatically and has links to our social media.

We use the Email:  

We have many photos on line. You can see them on our Pinterest page or see them from the left column of the blog. Or
Click Here.

If any of you would like to help improve our social marketing systems give me a call or send me an email or just jump in and start posting to our Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, or Twitter addresses. And if you know anyone who can help with this effort please put me in contact with me.

If you have articles or photos to share, please send them to us and we will post them to the blog and social media. 
Google has provided us a domain email for free, since we are a non profit.  We will create an email address as Board Members request.  The address will be your title or name, followed by
The system is similar to gmail. It also provides a way to share documents and photographs.  A little confusing but you can figure it out.

Using the domain email is of course voluntary.  If you do use the email it might make it simpler to use it with a separate web browser - perhaps use the Microsoft browser for your regular email and use Chrome or Firefox for your Sister City email. That way you won't have to log in and out of the two email systems. Or you can choose to forward the Sister City email to your regular account.