I've been doing a little housecleaning from last week and saw that Mike Manuel of Voce Communications called a few of us out to share the social media projects for which we are most proud.
I think it is a worthwhile meme since the time for “talking” about what works in social media has long past. In fact, a few weeks ago I made a call for people to share their success stories. As a member of the blog team at Now Is Gone, I even suggested we launched a page on the blog to track case studies as they are written up by the social media “do-bees” (excuse my colloquialism).
What are the companies, organizations, clients, projects, initiatives, etc., that you're proud of? Save the case studies for the awards, the details for your business and the BS for your resume. Seriously.
I hear you Mike. Certainly I am very proud of my work, and you can read all about the one for which I was most recently crowing about here. There will be more of that to come as projects get fully baked and ready for release.
But, what I am most excited about, what jazzes me every day, is working with the clients who “get it.” Not so much social media, but the power of using a medium that allows them to directly connect to their community. And the cool thing about these clients is that they trust that I know what I am doing and they let me do it! Moreover, they go out of their way to provide the resources to do it well. Now, that is something to be proud about. And to those clients, I can only say “thank you!” You know exactly who you are.
Now, let's get on with the game, I am eager to hear what Todd Defren, Josh Hallett, Joe Thornley and Scott Baradell are most proud of these days. And heck, even if I didn't “tag” you here, I am still very interested in what you are doing. I thoroughly enjoyed David Jones‘ write up and links to others who are doing some pretty cool stuff.
So, write up your best stuff at your blog, or here in the comments. And if you want to write up a case study, I will link it in Now Is Gone. Seriously.