Social Fabric: Will You Be My Valentine?

A year and a half ago I became a part of the Social Fabric community and my life changed. It might sound a bit dramatic but it’s totally true. It doesn’t take long as a member of Social Fabric to figure out that it’s something different. Something special.

In a blogging community you’d probably expect various opportunities and perhaps an occasional sponsored post. The team at Collective Bias works hard to bring Social Fabric members amazing opportunities every day. They ask for our insights and value our voices. The work is exciting and inspiring. We get the opportunity to create genuine content and share our insights to help influence others.

But there’s so much more than just what you see on my blog. Collective Bias and Social Fabric have provided me with the chance to work behind the scenes, too. I’ve been honored to serve as a Campaign Leader for Del Monte, Smarties, Champions for Kids and GE Lighting. I’ve had the opportunity to co-host Twitter parties. I’ve even been featured on the Collective Bias and SoFabCon blogs. The experiences I’ve had as a part of Social Fabric were more than I ever thought possible.

But what is different…what is special about Social Fabric? It’s the community. The connections. The sense of collaboration. Social Fabric is genuine conversation. It’s a collection of bloggers who come together to connect and support each other. And they’re my friends. Actually, they’re more than my friends. They’re my online family.

So when I say Social Fabric has changed my life I mean it. They’ve provided me with opportunities and support beyond my wildest dreams. They’ve given me an online home full of amazing people who share my passion for the work that we do.

Now there’s just one question. Social Fabric, will you be my Valentine?

Join in the Social Fabric love by following the #luvsofab hashtag on Twitter!

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  1. says

    Love this post! So happy to be a part of this wonderful community. I feel like I have “met” such amazing people through this community, that I feel like we all in one way or another know each other. That is all thanks to cbias! :)

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  3. says

    “Call it a clan, call it a network, call it a tribe, call it a family. Whatever you call it, whoever you are, you need one.” ~Jane Howard So glad you are a part of ours :-)

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