Showing Your Member Pride
All the ways you can share your membership status with your network:
Show off your SocialMedia.org membership on LinkedIn.
We encourage you to list your SocialMedia.org membership on your LinkedIn profile — it’s a distinguished credential that demonstrates your industry leadership.
Every SocialMedia.org community has a LinkedIn page (like a company). You can list your membership status as a job. Your title is either Board Chair or Board Member. If you leave the community, we ask that you include the end date of your membership.
If you’re a Board Chair, say this:
SocialMedia.org is the community for social media leaders at the world’s greatest brands. As a Board Chair, I’m responsible for leading my company’s membership in the community.
If you’re a Board Member, say this:
SocialMedia.org is the community for social media leaders at the world’s greatest brands. As a Board Member, I represent our company in high-level, confidential discussions with other senior leaders at major organizations.
Add SocialMedia.org to your resume.
Your SocialMedia.org membership is a prestigious credential, and many members list it on their resume. We encourage you to list your member role (Board Chair or Board Member) and how long you’ve been in the community.
We have fantastic swag.
We’d love to support your SocialMedia.org pride! We have t-shirts, onesies, glassware, stickers, and more. We’ve got stuff for your kids, your parents, and your pets. Send us a quick note, and we will hook you up with some great SocialMedia.org swag. Use the form at socialmedia.org/community/member-pride.
We can help you explain your membership internally.
We have a helpful slide template and memo you can use if you need help describing the community internally. See socialmedia.org/community/member-pride for templates.
You can find logos for SocialMedia.org and its specific communities at socialmedia.org/community/member-pride.