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Please note not all of the Social Media Club chapters are listed here. A complete list can be found at http://www.socialmediaclub.org).


We have also had to lock this page down due to spammers. If you are interested in launching or connecting with a Social Media Club in your area, please contact us at info [at] socialmediaclub [dot] org.


















CURRENTLY IN THE WORKS: (register your interest by adding your name to the page). New pages can be set up by first going to SAMPLE LOCAL CITY CHAPTER page and copy the text as a template. You should then 'CREATE NEW PAGE'. Once your city page is created, you will need to come back to the LOCAL TEAMS PAGE and add your city name in the list. You need to hot link it to the new page you created, and then you are done. If you need assistance, please email kristie at socialmediaclub dot org. For what is needed to launch a new chapter, see the bottom of this page:

















  • Dubai (United Arab Emirates)
  • Tel Aviv, Israel

  • Tunisia (Africa)








Want to launch Social Media Club in your city?

In March 2006, Chris Heuer and Kristie Wells launched Social Media Club (‘SMC’) as a simple grassroots effort of loosely coupled social media enthusiasts and turned it into a modern professional association. SMC submitted an application to operate as a 501c6, member owned non-profit, and is awaiting official designation from the Internal Revenue Service (expected Fall 2010).

Social Media Club is organized for the purpose of sharing best practices, establishing ethics and standards, and for promoting media literacy. Our community is made up of diverse groups of people who care about social media and come together to discover, connect, share and learn.

As of July 15, 2010, there are 230+ chapters organizing worldwide with several coming online each quarter.

What are local chapters?
Local chapters are independent groups founded to support and promote Social Media Club within a specified geographical region (city, state or country) that aim to share our mission as stated above. Chapters exist to further the goals of SMC and do so by engaging in a wide range of activities, which include but is not limited to the following:

    •    Organizing local events and initiatives
    •    Sharing content discussed in local chapter with global SMC community
    •    Promoting SMC projects (i.e. SMCEDU, Adopt A Blogger, etc)

SMC chapters differ in how often they meet, where they meet, what tools they use to reach their community, and what they discuss.

We want to see you and your local chapter succeed, and host weekly chapter phone calls every Wednesday, rotating between 8am PST and 5:30pm PST. The schedule can be found online in the Social Media Club event calendar. We are there to answer questions and provide advice to help your chapter be a success.

Conference Dial-in Number: +1 (712) 432-0180
Access Code: 509633#
If you are interested in managing a local SMC chapter, please schedule a time to join us on one of the weekly calls. International chapters can schedule a separate Skype call, please contact Kristie Wells to make arrangements.

We recommend you review this guide prior to joining us on the call to ensure you have an understanding of what goes into managing a local SMC chapter.

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