I was very happy to co-host — along with Phil Hollows — the eighth Sudbury Social Tweetup last week. Phil and I started this series of networking events for people who are interested in social media in July of 2011, not really knowing what to expect. How many people would we attract? How often would we meet? What about an agenda? These were just a few of the questions we had at the time. But we’re now more than up and running, hosting a gathering of about 10-15 people on the last Thursday of each month from 6-8 PM at Bistro 20 in Sudbury, Massachusetts.
At the March 29 Tweetup, Ashley Hin treated the group to a fabulous presentation about Foursquare. And I had the opportunity to ask four of those in attendance — on camera — to share their thoughts about social media with me. The subjects of my Q & A sessions were Rob Silsby (who designed the excellent logo for the Sudbury Social Tweetup that you see above), Larry Robiner, the aforementioned Ashley Hin and John Cass. Here’s what they had to say…
By the way, anyone is welcome to attend the Sudbury Social Tweetup. Registration is free. And we always have a good time. For more information on this series of fun, educational networking events, click here.