If you couldn’t tell from the photos by captured charms that the first Social Media Tulsa Conference was a success, you might be able to discern the level of success from the blog posts written post event.
1. Why I Like to Speak to Groups: Social Media Tulsa by Mandy Vavrinak.
2. Social Media Tulsa Conference – 2011 by Marty Coleman
3. A Social Media Neophyte by Kristin Widun
5. Extra! Extra! by Raye Mahlberg
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Official hashtag #SMTulsa
Social Media Tulsa is a community that invites its members to gather and talk about the impact of Social Media on business, news, entertainment, sports, non profit, and other topics.
We’ve held meetups at some of the hottest spots in Tulsa. I’ve decided to share them with our friends in town for the NCAA tournament.
You can find and follow our favorites on Twitter, Facebook, and don’t forget to Check in on Foursquare while you’re there.
1. It all began with Social Media Day Tulsa at Fat Guys Burger Bar in the historic Greenwood district. We haven’t convinced them to join Twitter just yet, but you can find them on Facebook. In my opinion, the best burgers in town! Check in on Foursquare. Free Wifi.
2. Next up Joe Momma’s Pizza in the famed Blue Dome District. Great pizza, appetizers, and atmosphere. Find them on Twitter @JoeMommasTulsa and on Facebook. Check in on Foursquare. Free Wifi.
3. Our most popular meetup was the cocktail party at the historic Mayo Hotel. The Penthouse bar has one of the best views in the city. Follow them on Twitter @TheMayoHotel and on Facebook. Check in on Foursquare.
4. Our very first breakfast meetup was at downtown’s Dilly Deli. Great sandwiches, breakfast, and drinks. Check out the cool bocce ball court out back. On Twitter, @DillyDeli or Facebook. Check in on Foursquare. Free Wifi.
5. We got totally tubular at The Max Retropub 80’s movies, music, and arcade games will make you long for your member’s only jacket. On Twitter @TheMaxTulsa or Like them on Facebook. Check in on Foursquare. Free Wifi.
6. We had a blast at Elote Cafe and Catering. Tweet about seeing Luchadores sitting at the bar while you’re enjoying great Mexican food. @Elotetulsa on Twitter, and find them on Facebook. Check in on Foursquare. Free Wifi
7. A quick walk across the street to Mod’s Coffee & Crepes Tweet them @modscrepes coffee, crepes, and the best gelato in town. Like them on Facebook. The only one on the list with a Foursquare special. Free Wifi
8. Wanna get away, (from Downtown) head over to our next meetup location Agora Coffee House You will want to Tweet about the frozen hot chocolate! Do so @AgoraCoffee or find them on Facebook. Check in on Foursquare. Free Wifi
9. Our first Social Media Tulsa Conference will be held the all new Hyatt Regency Tulsa on March 24th. Tweet them @HyattRegTulsa Check in on Foursquare.
10. For those of you staying @TheMayoHotel or @HyattRegTulsa, check out Tulsa’s own @TopecaCoffee located within each hotel. Free Wifi
If you want to meet more social media enthusiasts while you’re in town, simply use the #SMTulsa hashtag along with the official #NCAATulsa tag. Enjoy your time in Tulsa.
A group of lifelong Tulsans, have announced the launch of a host of new features for AskMe TellMe, an iPhone and android application developed to give users achoice outside of generic daily deal apps and websites The new features, which aredriven by each user’s individual social network, location and need promise to makedeals more relevant to each user.
“How long am I really going to have to wait until Groupon has something otherthan Gap deals and horseback riding lessons?” says Jim Millaway, who is one of the co-founders. “I really want coupons relevant to me, close to me and based on my specificneed at that time. “The app is available free for both iPhone and android. Once the app is downloaded the user has instant access to an inventory of coupons not just one daily deal.
The users can decide from the main coupon screen what they need from severaldifferent sections. meDaily is the featured deal of the day but the user can also selectmeSearch and meLocal. meSearch is a searchable index of all the coupons available inyour area, if you are looking for pizza then search for pizza. meLocal is a location drivenformat that allows you to see what deals are nearby.
Pushing it one step further you canalso ask questions of your friends across Facebook and twitter and the app will push theanswers back to your phone and tell you if there are any relevant deals. Toby Biolchini, co-founder, says “AskMeTellMe lets our users find exactly whatthey are looking for and what they need but it is also the holy grail of marketing for ourmerchant partners. Who else can reach your customers in real time, at the point ofconsumption, at an exact location, based on their specific need?”
We’re very excited to have AskMeTellMe at Social Media Tulsa Conference. You’ll be able to stop by and visit with the co-founders of the app, as well as see the app in action during their review. Get your ticket now!