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September 10, 2009

Social Media Revolution: Do You Have A Strategy?

Today, I had a wonderful opportunity to mingle with some of New England’s best entrepreneurial minds from different industries: real estate, IT, and green technologies to the latest fast rising field of social media (My business specialty). This superb conference was hosted by the RI Economic Development Corporation in Providence, which happens to have as part of their professional staff, a great talented and professional Latina by the name of Claudia Cardozo. I want to thank Claudia for having invited me to this great conference.

As you may have experienced by being surrounded with people who twitter and post frequently through any of the social network sites, in the past two years, the field of social media technology has revolutionized the way we live and work! See my next blog post video, Social Media Revolution, so you can understand better the immensity and potential benefits social media represents in today’s economy.

My professional background covers over 5 years in technology consulting experience to small and nonprofit organizations, having attained both of my degrees in information technology and attended Carnegie Mellon University. However, I have realized how much more potential social media represents to all organizations out there today— no matter whether you have five people on staff or over a thousand— the benefits you can obtain through utilizing social media in advertising and public relations to grow your business/organization are infinite. I can show you how to utilize such technologies to optimize their potential benefits on your organization since I have done it myself.

In the past year, I have submerge myself profoundly in this field and received formal training through RI’s Economic Development Corporation, in addition to my own personal experience running my own blogs, multiple social media sites, and networking with other experts in social media throughout the country. I invite you visit my new business called, LLOnline Blogera, LLC. And become a fan on my Facebook page:


Please contact me at latinosylatinasonlineblogera@gmail.com for any organizational or personal needs you may be facing to utilize social media as part of you strategic business plan. I will provide you a free consultation visit to assess your needs and provide solutions to meet your goals.

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