Social Media Explained

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you’ve been asked to, “join the conversation” via Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest or Google+, you’re not alone. Social media is a part of almost all aspects of the web and differentiating between social media platforms can be overwhelming at times. Here’s a graphic that breaks down how and when to use some of the most popular social media platforms:31c4e0da-8511-11e3-bdcf-22000ab828e0-large

 

To make it even simpler, here’s a way to explain social media with donuts:

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Stay tuned for more information about an upcoming  IFMA Boston web-based speaker series about social media. Be sure to follow IFMA Boston on our social media sites :

Twitter: @IFMABoston – https://twitter.com/IFMABoston

LinkedIn: (Members Only) http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Boston-Chapter-IFMA-1382787/about

Instagram: Coming Soon!

Take Your Career To The Next Level: IFMA Certified Facilitiy Manager (CFM) Study Hall Starts 1/27/14

Article By IFMA PR/Marketing Committee Member: Chris Pestana, Fox RPM Corp.

It’s that time of year again! Have you hit the books in preparation for the CFM Certification Exam? Look no further than the IFMA CFM Study Hall for a nine-week crash course with your peers that will prepare you for confidently passing the exam and taking your facilities career to the next level.

The CFM Study Hall series will kick off on Monday, January 27th and will go through March 31st, focusing on the 9 competencies of the CFM Certification Exam. Four-time course instructor, Chris Gilman, is known for taking an approach that works as his students boast a 90% average on the exam, which ranks better than IFMA’s national average.

“I really believe in teaching not only the content, but also preparing people for how to take the exam,” Gilman said. “Most of us haven’t taken an exam of this nature since the SAT’s so I try to prepare people so that when they sit down for the exam and the clock starts, they won’t have anything to worry about.”

The CFM credential sets the industry standard for ensuring the knowledge and competence of practicing facility managers. “If you’re looking to open a lot of doors and become well rounded in this area of expertise then CFM really is for you,” said Gilman.

For more information check out the CFM Study Hall page and don’t forget to follow us on Twitter @IFMABoston to stay informed on all of the latest chapter happenings.