The DuSu: Click-ish, But Never Clique-ish on Social Media!
Visit us at the following hubs of social interactivity:
Some people call it “Crackbook” or “Facecrack”, but these seemingly derogatory titles merely hearken to the fact that this social networking site is so much fun it’s addictive. So we’re on there. Of course we are. You can become a fan of the DuSu, or a member of TheDusu.com group. If you have a Facebook account you can automatically connect to our site through it. It’s just one more way we’ve sought to streamline your social networking experience. Aren’t we thoughtful? Now go friend us!
We’re taking up room on MySpace, as well. We’d like to meet you, your friends, your friends' friends, and possibly even their friends (except that guy who always smells like corndogs). Connect with us there, and it’ll totally make our mood: happy! MySpace is a great place to get in touch with The DuSu, find out more about The DuSu, and check out our updates. It’s a great way to stay on top of all that’s DuSu in the Duluth-Superior area.
Friendster: Add us! Send us a message! Become a friend of TheDuSu! It’s totally easy and one of the Friendy-est things you can do. At Friendster, you can contact others, share media and content, and maintain your contacts. The DuSu Friendster page lets you keep on top the action, with our network of contacts and their videos, photos, thoughts, and opinions on the community, the Lake, or just about anything you can think of. Except that bananaphone song. We'll un-friend you for posting that.
Network with us in the uber- professional context of LinkedIn. You know us. We know you. Add us as a connection and we’ll both be one “who’s who” closer to greatness! Linked In is a place where you can easily network with others and create insider connections for jobs or business opportunities. Anyone can connect with The DuSu and contact someone directly, or add The DuSu to their network. Linked In is a great way to gain more information about The DuSu, get linked to it, and get linked to the community, all without the need to wear pants (much less a full-on suit and tie).
We don’t often chirp or squawk at TheDuSu, but we do tweet. Twitter is The DuSu’s way of keeping the people in the community up to date on our goings-on. The DuSu regularly tweets about interesting happenings, pictures we have to share, our many profound and enlightening ideas, and much more. By following The DuSu on Twitter, you’re able to know all the inside information, keep up to tabs with The DuSu and know what’s happening in the community.