Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Do you have questions about social media? Ask our Patch Pros by leaving a comment below.
How well do you know your friends? In light of the bizarre hoax involving star Notre Dame football player Manti Te’o and a renewed focus on online friendships, the topic for this week’s Patch Pro is social media. This week’s Patch Pros are: Lisa Genosky Genosky is the owner and co-founder of Queen Bee Media. Queen Bee Media is a Twin Cities social media marketing agency. Cherie DeBrule DeBrule is the co-founder of the St. Paul Marketing Team. She designed the books Rise Above the Race and The Google Places Bible. Ask your questions in the comments section below.
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
Have something to say about the community or the world at large? Let's hear it.
In addition to providing some of the best local news coverage in town, Woodbury Patch also wants to be a home for local voices. So, we’re launching a blogging platform May 4—and strong community voices are needed. The blog will be more free-wheeling than Woodbury Patch's regular news content and it will be a place where readers can check out what local folks have to say about goings on in the community. For the most part, anything goes (as long as it's legal). We want bloggers to own their blogs. In fact, Patch will not own the blog content, meaning authors can repost their articles on other sites. Bloggers will be unpaid, but Patch will provide an engaged and eager audience. If you are passionate about anything in Woodbury, whether it's …
Sunday, January 9, 2011
Applications for speakers still being accepted; deadline to apply for program is Jan. 21.
The Woodbury Community Foundation will once again bring together professionals from public, private and nonprofit sectors for the second annual Woodbury Citizens’ Academy. This year's program starts in early February. The program brings in weekly speakers to discuss their areas of expertise in an effort to “expand the knowledge of citizens in a way that encourages more involvement in our community,” according to the Woodbury Community Foundation. “Come join us as we learn more about the various aspects of our community from business, to education, to nonprofits, to the city,” Alisa Rabin Bell, Woodbury Community Foundation executive director, said in a statement. “The Woodbury Community Foundation is really pleased to be offering this …