Posted by Colleen Frye & filed under Friday Fun, Social Media Marketing.

For the second year in a row, hundreds of thousands gathered together to celebrate “Social Media Day”, on June 30th.  This event is a celebration of the technological advancements that allows for everyone to connect with real-time information and communicate with one another miles apart.

In honor of “Social Media Day”, Mashable, the leader in social media news and web culture reporting runs a global event where they ask web users why their city should be considered the most social place on the planet.

This year, thanks to Blair Ward, Cincinnati, OH (the home of Upright Communications) was chosen as the most social city on earth.

Take a moment to see why Cincinnati is just so social and so cool I might add!

#Cincinnati – The Most Social Savvy City in the World

 


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