by Tom Zarecki
What works? How much is too much?
Just the MENTION of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or any other social network to some people can trigger a reaction anywhere from incomprehension to curiosity, comfort, or most likely somewhere in between.
It’s a fact: Social media are growing broadly and have spread quite quickly to literally all industries, all levels of society. And it’s become clear that while millions of American don’t know the first things about social media, millions of others have become “obese” with the excessive amounts of digital media they consume on a regular basis.
Now’s your chance to grasp the basics of how social media work, the basics of the main platforms, and the best ways to use each to your advantage within a reasonable time frame each day AND to the advantage of your current employers, too.
Our DACS guest speaker, Tom Zarecki, will set you rolling (or bounce you to the next level) during his high energy presentation on Tuesday, April 7th. Zarecki is a professor in both the communication and media arts department and the marketing department at Western Connecticut State University, where he teaches broadcasting, public speaking, Read more...
Future General Meetings
April 7th - Tom Zarecki - Managing Social Media
May 5th - John Patrick - Health Attitude: Unraveling and Solving the Complexities of Health Care
by Sean N. HendersonPresented by : Mike Brooks, Monday, March 16th, 7:30 p.m, at the Danbury Hospital Auditorium.
Many new faces were in attendance for DACS’ rescheduled March 2015 General Meeting on starting an online business. The presenter, Mike Brooks, with Nuclear Chowder Marketing, gave an informative talk and Q&A on Read more...
Dues increase – Last chance to renew your membership or recruit a new member before dues increases on April 1st.
Tag line – Your opinion counts. We need a short but descriptive tag line to describe DACS that will be used consistently with our newsletter, website, social media, email, and all Read more...
Come join us to discuss all things Linux--hardware and software. Bring your questions! Our sessions are for beginner, intermediate or advanced users of Linux. Anyone present can show a demo Read more...