How to Celebrate Social Media Week Florida Keys Style

Celebrate Social Media Week (Feb. 13-17) at the first Upper Keys Social Media Meet Up on Feb. 14th at 9:30am at Bitton Bistro Cafe in Islamorada.

What better day than Valentine’s Day to gather and discuss“How and why ‘LIKE’ is the new LOVE!” The event is an casual presentation of tips you can use to make your business more “lovable” online using Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Google Plus, Blogging and more. You will also have an opportunity to ask any social media questions you may have. The event is free and open to anyone interested in learning more about social media.
If you would like to attend, please RSVP here.
For more information please contact me.

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  • IslaMarada In My Dreams

    My fiance and I currently reside in Alabaster, Alabama. We have only visited Isla Marada once,… last year from March 6th until March 12th. I’m 37 now, and I have every intention to reside there no later than 2019. Unless a path opens to provide financial stability while living there full time before hand. I just want to be there. But I know I must do things responsibly and I am not alone. Like I mentioned earlier I have a fiance and four children two of which are full time. I want to live there, and very possibly die there for it truly is paradise.
    Shirley you have an awesome gift for encouragement and motivation which I believe carries into who you are. Genuine in spirit and not just on a flat panel screen. I have done my research and there may come a time when you could really be an awesome resource for my family and I, or at least from this report I should think as much. I just wish we could be there to experience whats in store for the social media meet.

    My Fiance and I had hoped we could make it again this year around this time. We hope to make it that way as soon as possible. I know there has to be financially gainful people that live there that have careers in the “Information Technology Field” but landing an opportunity like that from here, may take a small miricle fro God. Not to mention, I /we (lol) would love nothing more than to be a guest mate on board you and your husbands vessel as I’m sure he knows where the Mahi Mahi are !!! LOL 😛

    • Anonymous

      Hi “Islamorada in My Dreams,” Thanks so much for your thoughtful comment and I apologize for the late reply. I do feel fortunate to live in paradise but like we say, “paradise ain’t cheap.” What kind of work do you do? I suggest to start connecting with people online and hopefully come for some visits to get to know the community more. Nowadays you can pretty much work from anywhere so hopefully you can keep your dream alive.
      Islamorada is a great place to live and raise a family–schools are A-rated. Keep in touch and I would be happy to be a resource for you.