The San Francisco Blog Club

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One of the fantastic things about living in San Francisco is your proximity to great technology and like-minded thinkers in social media. Tonight’s San Francisco Blog Club Sponsored by Viglink, was no exception. Pizza and drinks were provided in typical San Francisco Bay Area style, making the 6:30 PM start time just right.  

Hosted by the well-circulated social media personality, Murray Newlands, tonight’s MeetUp began with some light socializing between participants. I was able to meet someone from Viglink, to learn more about it, as well as become introduced to a collection of prospective, newish, and seasoned bloggers. It’s a good mix, and because of that, there’s a lot of sharing that can take place.

Murray does a good job with the format of the get-togethers, featuring an on-topic speaker at each. Tonight’s talk was from the CEO of a startup called “GushCloud.”  This company started in Asia and is now breaking into the San Francisco Social Media scene. After all, this is a great place to launch a great, new idea.  Particularly valuable about tonight’s talk was reiterating how powerful we can be as bloggers. Regular day-to-day people can establish themselves as influential brands, and the reach of blogging is one strong channel to do that.

The San Francisco Blog Club meetup was an absolute congregation of inspired, motivated, bloggers who are passionate about what they write about. And with the long-tail reach of the internet, they are finding people who are passionate about the same things.  

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Andre Bourque (@SocialMktgFella) is a cannabis industry media influencer, brand executive and advisor, blockchain marketer, and cannabis columnist. He specializes in cannabis industry partnerships, distribution, and funding. He is a ranked social media marketing and content strategist.

4 Replies to “The San Francisco Blog Club

  1. To work on what inspires you is absolute pleasure. Writers can go on writing for hours without food and water till they give words to their thoughts. Such a nice experience to put down the thoughts into paper and have the whole world to share it with.

  2. I always wanted to write my own blog, with good fresh content just like this one but I guess I don’t want to be obligated into writing articles a few times a week so I don’t make a move.

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