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Social Media Branding in the Age of Obama

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"Social Media Branding in the Age of Obama" is a social media guide designed to help you understand and make the most of the free social media tools available for use on the internet. Barack Obama made history by not only becoming the United States' first African American President, but by using social media technology to get elected. Never has a presidential candidate used the internet and social media so effectively. President Barack Obama used social media web sites such as Facebook, LinkedIN, Twitter, Myspace, Blogger, BlogTalk Radio, YouTube and other web sites as a cohesive, collective social juggernaut. My guest, Mr. Eric Hamilton is not only the author of this great book but he is a social media, internet, web and search marketing veteran with over 20 years of technology work experience. Currently, Eric works for Yahoo! as an Engagement Manager supporting Yahoo! Web Analytics which is Yahoo’s enterprise level analytics solution. Eric also finds the time to give back to the community by becoming the Founder/Executive Director of The Web Academy, a 501c3 non profit organization designed to provide free web design classes to the community and free web services to churches and other non profit organizations. Do you have a business or have questions about how you can better utilize these social websites to your benefit? Well on Sunday, February 28th @ 5pm est, Mr. Hamilton will join us for one hour to answer all your questions and talk to us about his new book "Social Media Branding in the Age of Obama" and his organization, "The Web Academy". You can join us too by calling 718.508.9378 with questions or comments or listen live and/or join our live chat by logging on to www.blogtalkradio.com/terrylebony.com

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