Meryl Williams

Communications Coordinator

Meryl is the Communications Coordinator for AAMA. She produces national and regional newsletters, writes editorial content and helps lead AAMA’s social media outreach, including the Socially Speaking blog. She has seven years of professional communications experience in both journalism and public relations.

Recent Posts by Meryl

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LinkedIn Isn’t Just for Job Hunting

While some may see LinkedIn as a utilitarian service meant only for getting a job, it’s one of the most used social media platforms among AAMA members. Just a few weeks ago, the site hit a major milestone of more than 500 million users. Even if you’re currently in a role you love, there’s still a lot of merit in keeping up with the career-focused social media site. Take a look at some tips for using LinkedIn and get some ideas for what you could...

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How Video Can Help You with Event Promotion

Live video at events is becoming more and more prevalent, but even if you don’t have the manpower to use Facebook Live throughout an event, you still have options when it comes to video marketing. AAMA will be working on some of these as we head into next month’s Summer Conference, June 18-21 in Newport, RI. (Say hi if you see me with AAMA’s camera!) Here are some ways you can use video for your company, whether it’s to promote a corporate event or to...

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Use Social Media to Promote Tips, Best Practices During Window Safety Week

Happy spring! This change of seasons means it’s almost time for warm weather and open windows letting in fresh air. It also means it’s time to brush up on some window safety tips, since open windows can be dangerous for young children who are not properly supervised. The Window Safety Task Force, of which AAMA is a member, has put together tons of tips and resources for Window Safety Week, the first full week of April each year, and companies can easily follow along and...

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How Podcasts Could Help You Reach New Customers

Are you already a podcast listener? If so, I bet you can name at least a few of the sponsors of your favorite shows. The hosts of those podcasts are always introducing episodes by naming them and telling listeners what’s so great about them.Maybe you’ve even tried out a service or product because you heard about it that way – I became a loyal user of Blue Apron’s meal services because I kept hearing about it on shows like Gilmore Guys and Reply All. You...

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