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Social Media Tutorial Makes it Easy to Connect with FGIA

FGIA has several tutorials for members, detailing processes for things like how to join an FGIA committee or task group, how to access and use the FGVL or how to access meeting and conference call information. We have also started doing some short, instructional videos about how to best make use of our social media channels, including our relatively new Facebook page and our other social media accounts - Twitter, LinkedIn company page and groups and Instagram. A tutorial giving an overview of all four...

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Fall Social Media News Roundup: New Features for LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter

It is time for a new social media news roundup, in which I share some added features or major moves being made over at our favorite online networking platforms. This fall, there are changes happening to how Facebook users can interact with Instagram content, an explanation of why Twitter revamped its Trending Topics section and a breakdown of LinkedIn’s new features, which include video calling capability and LinkedIn Stories. Let’s get into it!View Instagram Stories Directly Through Facebook: The Verge reported on this news, which...

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Social Media Roundup | What’s New with Twitter, Facebook, More

It’s been a while since we last checked in with some updates about how social media is changing, which means it’s time once again for a social media news roundup! Here is a summary of the biggest moves being made in the social media world this spring, and how they could impact your business.InstagramInstagram is reaching out to smaller businesses to help them through the current COVID-19 crisis. Some tools it is rolling out include a “Support Small Business” sticker which can be used in...

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Join in on the Action of the FGIA Annual Conference with Social Media

Will you be attending the inaugural FGIA Annual Conference in Ft. Lauderdale next week? I will be there, live tweeting from conference speaker presentations and Instagramming our members enjoying beach parties and other networking events. Everything across platforms will include the event hashtag #FGIAconf so be sure to follow along.These are some of FGIA’s social media platforms:Twitter: @FGIAonlineInstagram: @FGIA_onlineLinkedIn: @FGIAonlineFacebook: @FGIAonlineYouTube: @FGIAVideoChannelI don’t want to give any spoilers for what’s to come, but if you will be at the conference in person, it might be...

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Follow FGIA on Social Media

It’s only the third day of 2020 and a lot has happened in the industry already. As of January 1, AAMA and IGMA “united for good” to officially become the Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance (FGIA)! After a 2019 vote by both bodies to unify, the two organizations have come together to create an exponentially stronger alliance. This big move means there are new social media accounts to follow to make sure you stay in the loop with what’s new in the industry.New Social Media...

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Here is What’s New in Social Media This Summer

It’s time once again for a social media news roundup! Here is a summary of the biggest moves being made in the social media world this summer, and how they could impact your business.InstagramThe image-sharing platform has long tried to make it easy for users to toggle back and forth between accounts. But now, Instagram is simplifying things even more for those with multiple accounts by allowing them to connect them all and use one login for all those accounts with the same password. This...

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AAMA Commits to Window Safety Through Continual Code Action

It’s that time of year. After a brutal winter, people long to open windows to let in fresh air. And, at this time of year, many of us are also hard at work honing building code proposals.AAMA’s commitment to window safety is at work year-round through our proactive support of building codes. Window safety comes into play in a number of ways in today’s building codes. For example, in the Seventh Edition, 2020 Florida Building Code (FBC) discussion now in progress, AAMA opposes F 7662....

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Make a Plan for Getting Your Message Across on Multiple Platforms with November 6 Webinar

For the last four AAMA conferences, I’ve offered social media workshops on a range of topics. It was great to see several of you who participated in those sessions. So far, members have learned how to make the most out of using LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram. During the Q&A section of a recent workshop, I got a great question: Which platform is BEST?As I’ve written before, there’s no simple answer to this question. But it got me thinking about why we choose some platforms over...

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