You’ll already be familiar with the global IABC site, http://www.iabc.com and we hope you have also taken the chance to visit the new IABC Europe & Middle East site, http://europe.iabc.com but were you also aware that there are a number of IABC presences on some of the leading social networks out there?
Join the crowd – because some of these are very popular indeed – and they can help you connect (and re-connect) with people from around the world, partake in discussions and perhaps even find you a new job if that is what you are looking for.
Good for networking, learning and career in other words:
- Facebook Group with 3250+ members at the time of writing
- LinkedIn Group with almost three thousand members
- Twitter with 2000+ followers (up 100% in the last two months – if you’re on a mobile, use http://m.twitter.com/IABC
A number of local chapters also have their own groups on Facebook – One example is the IABC UK Facebook Group – If you want to find others, simply search for IABC on Facebook and they should turn up.
New to social networks and a bit perplexed? Here’s a brief primer from the excellent Common Craft ‘Plain English’ people, worth a few minutes of your time:
…and here’s Twitter in Plain English:
If we missed out your favourite social network site where you like to collaborate and share with other IABC members, please send us a note.