Refresh Savannah: Facebook Housekeeping

Three months in a row? Inconceivable! We also have a new location this month, which is exciting!

This month, we’re talking about Facebook with Jillian Stafford, who is awesome. Here’s her description:

Facebook’s mission is all about connecting people, but sometimes that goes too far. Jillian Stafford will teach you how to clean up your Facebook page, and maintain it for personal and career purposes. Learn how to control what people can and cannot see, control what type of content is shared on your page, and how to keep your Facebook experience painless and free from embarrassment.
Jillian Stafford is an award winning, nationally recognized social media manager. She handles accounts for businesses of all sizes based mostly in Savannah, Georgia. Some of her most notable brands include Parker’s Convenience Stores, Jalapenos Mexican Grill, and The Creative Coast. Jillian specializes in cultivating, maintaining and growing positive relationships between brands and their customers through thoughtful interaction and active listening.

Like I said, we’re at a new location this month: Gauge Interactive! We’re also going to try out nvite to handle RSVPs (which we’ve never done before either).

So, RSVP here (it’s still free), and we’ll see you there!


  • What: Refresh Savannah
  • When: 3/10/2015 @ 6PM (we’re moving it up a week because we don’t want to compete with St. Patrick’s Day)
  • Where: Gauge Interactive: 2413 Bull St. About parking from Mark: “There is a parking lot behind our building which is accessible from DeSoto Ave, at this time of day there will be room for people. If people choose to park in the back, it is easiest if they walk all the way around the building to the front door. There is rear entrance, but its easy to miss and hard to describe.”

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Kevin Lawver

I'm a geek. I moved to Savannah last summer to become the Chief Architect at Music Intelligence Solutions, building cool apps with Ruby on Rails. I came here from AOL, where I spent 13 years building giant web apps, working on web standards and presenting at conferences on web development, mashups and social networking.