Well, it’s Friday morning.
Had a terrific night last night at Social Media Club Chicago – watching Amber Naslund present on her new book The NOW Revolution. Great preso, Recommended.
Last night presented a great opportunity to hang out with lots of friends, and to make many new ones. I really enjoyed my time spent with Lisa Diomede, Barb Rozgonyi, Jeannie Walters, Mitch Byrne and so many others.
One of the guys I always enjoy hanging with is Tim McDonald. Because of that (and for another reason you’ll read about shortly) Tim is this week’s Follow Friday!
In the event you don’t already know Tim, he is the voice behind Social Media Club Chicago – he acts as the communications director. He is responsible for the SMC Chicago twitter account and the SMC Chicago blog. As of that wasn’t enough, he also founded the Lake County Social Networking group (#LCSN).
Tim is probably the most humble and unassuming guy you’re ever going to meet. I’ve met a lot of people and Tim is by far one of the true gems of Chicago social media.
Tim is looking for a job in social media!
Here’s the thing….everyone thinks of Tim as a real estate guy who also did social media. And until recently that was true. But Tim has decided to make a huge change in his life. You see, he’s SO GOOD at social media, and he enjoys it SO MUCH, that he’s decided to make a major life change and pursue a career in Social Media.
He’s looking for an opportunity to put his incredible social media talents and experience to work for in the field. But he’s so busy doing all this work for everyone else (see above), he hasn’t even had the time to put together a resume yet!
Hire Tim McDonald as your Social Media Expert!
So here….use this blog post as Tim’s resume. Ask the people associated with Tim, that have benefited from his tireless efforts and promotion of SMC Chicago and Lake County Social Networking events – they’ll tell you all about him. That should be all the resume you need.
Someone has an incredible opportunity to get an overqualified social media practitioner to work for your business – who will it be? Hire Tim today! Because I’m telling you he won’t last. Do it without the resume. His work should be enough. And if you know of a job, a gig, or a freelance opportunity get in touch with Tim about it.
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