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Webinar Recap: Community Manager Spotlight with Maggie McGary

Maggie McGaryBy Shannon DiGregorio Abram, Relationship Manager at The Community Roundtable.

Last month we were lucky enough to sit down with Maggie McGary, Web & Social Media Administrator at AOTA. Maggie is a community veteran – and has been an active member of The Community Roundtable since our inception in 2009.  Maggie is a writer and digital strategist with over five years of hands-on experience managing websites, online communities and social media for associations. She has deep experience in all facets of content marketing including blogging, social media marketing, community management and web content development. A well-respected subject matter expert, Maggie presents frequently at ASAE and other industry events, and blogs about social media both on her blog, Mizz Information, and Socialfish.

In addition to over 10 years experience in the association world, Maggie is a blogger whose guest posts have been featured on numerous blogs including The Washington Post, SocialFishing and Social Media Today. Maggie blogs about social media at, and you can find her on Twitter @maggielmcg.

Below you’ll find the complete Community Manager Spotlight webinar featuring Maggie. She provides a fantastic framework for supporting and encouraging engagement and provide great advice to any community professional – not just those in the association space.


Don’t miss our next Community Manager Spotlight webinar featuring Ian White from Rackspace. Ian will be sharing best practices for community-based customer support. Register now!


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