Curating Mari Smith

Mari Smith & Gary Vaynerchuk at #Gulltaggen

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A Facebook networking maven, Mari Smith is to social media marketing as peanut butter is to jelly.  She’s taught countless social media networkers how social media is done.  She’s captivated and cultivated a huge audience of followers across the socialscape.

And she exudes a seemingly limitless love and energy for social media which puts her in a rare group of thought leaders.

Here are some of the latest highlights from the social Mariverse, with a lot of help from a special piece of software…

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Buzz About Mari on Twitter

RT @davidmfong: Nothing will ever take the place of person to person. –Mari Smith #LinkedOC

By JaneSaundersSJE at 09/15/2011 0:52


key is not who you know but who knows you! – mari smith

By JevonPerra at 09/14/2011 22:43


RT @zee_patel: RT @thebuddygroup: Quality content: Be the voice that is remembered not just heard @marismith

By hollyschwartzOC at 09/15/2011 1:26


Social media has changed B2B and B2C to P2P (person to person) – thanks for that inspiration @MariSmith !

By friendsofsocial at 09/15/2011 1:00


RT @smexaminer: Here’s a free class from @MariSmith on optimizing your Facebook marketing. #fbss11

By SocialWorldBuzz at 09/15/2011 0:37


RT @thebuddygroup: Conversation, especially thru DM, is so important. You never know who your next contact or client could be – @marismith

By jwalery at 09/15/2011 0:36


“Relationships are the new currency. It’s not about who you know, but who knows you” – @marismith #linkedoc #marketing via @thebuddygroup

By ShannonSmith at 09/14/2011 23:20


@marismith, thanks for the insights tonight @LinkedOC. Favorite part = quality over quantity, be the voice remembered and not just heard

By DenaLivefromOC at 09/14/2011 23:21


I’ve left out about 14 gazillion other mentions of @marismith in the last 2 days alone!

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The Latest Wisdom from Mari on Google+

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Mari Smith  -  Yesterday 6:09 PM (edited)  -  Public
Game changer!!! Facebook introduced a new feature that allows users to subscribe to PUBLIC updates on PERSONAL profilesThis essentially lifts the 5,000 friend limit on profiles - a lonnnnnnng awaited feature request!

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Mari Smith  -  Sep 13, 2011  -  Public

Start Something that Matters - stunning poem by David Bowden, inspired by TOMS Founder & Chief Shoe Giver, Blake Mycoskie and his new book by the same name. Wow, so inspiring. I had to play several times!! Small excerpt: ?What the world is missing is what you have always longed to do… I invite you to find your spark, light your fuse, start something the world can truly use. … Shout your dreams,…

David Bowden – “Start Something that Matters”

Poem written and performed by David Bowden This poem was inspired by the new book, “Start Something that Matters”, by TOMS Founder & Chief Shoe Giver Blake Mycoskie. To learn more about the book go to With every book …

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Mari on Facebook

Wowee!! Facebook launched a brand new game changing feature today: You can now allow non-friends to subscribe to your public posts on your personal profile. It is an optional feature that you can choose to turn on at - I just wrote up a detailed commentary on G+, and have copied most of it below, and will turn into a blog post asap too. Some key points to k…
Aha! Facebook started sending less emails. Did anyone else get this message today? (see screenshot) There’s now a new global setting on your notifications for only “important updates and summary emails”:
Do you like? or not? I’m personally not a huge fan of email notifications and have most all turned off.

Public Thanks

I’m sure I can speak for all of your fans Mari; we love what you do in social media.  You bring value.  You bring the goods.  And a lot of people have learned a lot from you when it comes to doing social right!  Thanks for all you contribute!
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