We’re excited to announce a new blog category on SAP Community Network today. 

The new category is: “Social Media & Social Networks”.  Here’s a link to subscribe to this tag in SCN.

It’s a topic that we at SAP, and especially the SCN team, get many questions, comments and requests for more information.  Our goal is to start healthy dialogues and explore how to truly engage and build relationships with our audiences when using these tools. It’s more than just information repeated through multiple social media channels. We want to encourage conversations about how to leverage Social Media and Social Networks to better engage with your audience, extend your reach, better target what you have to say to those most interested, and to generate greater interest in what you have to share.

The moderators for this area are Jeanne Carboni, Gail Moody-Byrd and Bonnie Richards.  Feel free to reach out to any of them for support as you start using this new category.

I welcome your comments – positive or negative – to this addition, and I look forward to contributions from those of you who plan to write blogs about this topic.

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  1. Harshit Kumar
    Hi Chip,

    It’s a great initiative. Through this forum we would be able to focus more on ever increasing interest on Social Networks.

    Harshit Kumar

  2. Tridip Chakraborthy
    Hey Chip
    This is indeed a game changer, just the other day I was talking to Natascha on how to drive traffic to this area though we have been constantly blogging the need of these engines
    Can I tag my very important 3 blogs with this new tag?….am sure that this initiative of yours is going to get those target audiences to take it with a new element called “sense of purpose” thanks for blessing the SCN community with this category
    Follow me on twitter @tridipchakra
    1. Chip Rodgers Post author
      Yes, everyone should feel free to go back to previous blogs that were related to Social Media and Social Networking and add the new tag to your old blog.  Works just fine.  (I did that to a blog I posted a couple months ago that is still relevant.)

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