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Information and Resource Hub now available for Trucking

May
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2015
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Trucking Social Media

TruckingSocialMedia
Trucking Hub for Information and Resources

We are at an age of information overload, we’ve been there for awhile, and it’s getting even greater.  With that said, is it really overload or is it information disorder, leading to confusion? Let’s face it, we can pretty much ask Google ( or other search engine) ANYTHING we want and find an answer. With the click of a mouse, you can search a word or phrase on the internet, and then within seconds, a list of 100+ results and options pop up! Now what?
It’s still up to us to determine the authenticity and credibility of that information, similar to sifting through the sand for the golden nuggets.

Resources on the web include: newspapers, magazines, journals, blogs, organizations, websites, government sites, forum sites and more. Another popular source for information are social media platforms such as FaceBook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google + , Pinterest, and so many others.

The trucking industry is no different, the information available to us is a tremendous asset.  Along with journals and informational websites, including the option to have up to date news sent directly to your email, there are the increasingly popular Social Media websites sprouting.

Because of the internet and technology, no longer are professional truck drivers isolated as they drive, the only communication being their CB radio.
Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and other social media sites and interactive information site have created a window of opportunity to share information and become interactive to people they would have never been heard from before.

To sum it up, the ability to obtain information and communicate has reached new levels.  Along with that, there is the ability to share information to thousands in an instant “Click”.
To put it simply, the once isolated and voiceless now have  the ability to locate many informative destinations as well as be heard and to share their own vital messages.

But now the question is, ” how do you keep up with it all?”

To aid with that dilemma, Trucking Social Media (TSM) has created a central Hub in attempts to help organize many of the resources available today.

Since the launch of the Trucking Social Media Convention in 2011, it has been our goal to unite with like minded people, sharing our info along with that of others throughout the industry, sharing all knowledge, experiences, and finally our voices.

The Trucking Social Media website is an extension of that original vision and goal.  As we combine the technology,  the internet, and mobile communication, our latest goal is to create a trusted Hub of quality resources and information.

The Resource Page: Informative websites, Social Media Groups, Government Agencies, Blogs, Charities, Advocacy, Health, Cooking, Associations, Directories, etc…  is collected and updated on the website by TSM as well as submitted by those within the industry who would like to offer their resource suggestions and be a part of a trusted community. This vital info can then be shared via Social Media, reaching multitudes of others.

Videos are also a large part of the website as the trucking community shares their voice by sending in their Video URL, such as from YouTube.

Partners Page Our partners are an essential part of the Trucking Social Media Hub.
Our Partners continue to display their commitment toward honesty and integrity by offering the highest quality info, products and services.

SlideShare VIDEO for Truth About Trucking, LLC network

To Learn more about Trucking Social Media and how you can be a part of a trusted community of information, products, and resources, please watch the VIDEO below.
http://truckingsocialmedia.com/620/
contact info- info@truthabouttrucking.com
352-465-7476

Allen Smith shares the purpose and goals for Trucking Social Media

VIDEO LINK Allen Smith shares the purpose and goals for Trucking Social Media

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By: Allen Smith

Allen Smith is a 37 year veteran who started at an early age in a household goods family moving business. He began driving straight trucks in 1977 and moved to the big rigs in 1982. His experience within the industry includes; owner operator, company driver, operations manager, and owner of a long distance HHG moving business, taking many of the long haul moves himself when needed. Allen Smith, a truck driver advocate who is driven by the desire to help others succeed within an industry where injustice, unrewarded sacrifice, and lack of respect and recognition exists. Allen and his wife Donna are hosts of Truth About Trucking ”Live” on Blog Talk Radio. Other websites include AskTheTrucker, TruckingSocialMedia, NorthAmericanTruckingALerts, TruthAboutTrucking, and many Social Media websites. In 2011 Allen and Donna hosted the first Truck Driver Social Media Convention, designed to create unity and solutions for the trucking industry. This is now being extended through the North American Trucking Alerts network as those within the industry join forces for the betterment of the industry. Allen strongly supports other industry advocates who are also stepping up to the plate to help those who share honesty, guidance and direction. He believes that all those involved in trucking need to be accountable for their part within the industry, including drivers, carriers, brokers, shippers, receivers, etc… The list of supporters and likeminded people grow daily, networking together and sharing thoughts and ideas for the betterment of trucking. He has coined the popular phrase "Raising the standards of the trucking industry"

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