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Local Social Media is full service online marketing agency helping businesses manage their online presence.
Since 2011, we have worked with over 250 businesses to find their online voice.

January 2022

Have You Met Alex Fischetti
068 Magazine

Have You Met - January/February
by Birgitta Stone

If you’ve ever attended a show at the Ridgefield Playhouse or a gala here in town, most likely you’ve met Alex Fischetti. His shining light of a personality naturally draws people to him, and if you are lucky enough to be his friend, you are rewarded with a lifelong loyal relationship with a very special person.

Alex, 32, is a social media manager, head usher, and steadfast volunteer. As a person on the spectrum, Alex calls himself “Alex the Aspergarian” and everything he does, he gives it his all. He’s a magnet for making friends and meeting celebrities, many of whom have had a huge impact on his life.

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Have you Met... Alex Fischetti

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December 7, 2022
Why Small Businesses Matter (Hamlet Hub)

Shop small, do big things for your community!

Why Small Businesses Matter puts a spotlight on the local merchants who donate their time, talent, goods, and services for the betterment of our community. The shop local movement spreads virally as local businesses who are “tagged” have the opportunity to share their story!

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August 24, 2020


How to define the ideal customer profile?" (DiTech Media)

Established in 2011, Local Social Media has earned the trust of over 250 companies across the United States in creating a consistent LOCAL brand for our clients. We were one of the first to use the influence of social media to give our clients the edge over their competition. Birgitta’s expertise in local business marketing and sales brought her skills together to create a thriving business. Starting with a social media specialty, Local Social Media is now a complete online marketing agency, creating effective online marketing solutions for small and mid-size businesses. 

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July 7, 2018 - present

Post University has asked Birgitta Stone, the founder and president of Local Social Media, to be an adviser on the school’s five-person panel lending real-world expertise to shape the curriculum of the social media concentration under the bachelor of arts in communication and media studies program.

Read more here.

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September 28, 2016
Connecticut Chef's Challenge
Courtesy of Fairfield After Dark

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Local Social Media keeps

businesses current on Web
By Macklin K. Reid on June 2, 2013

The Ridgefield Press

Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn. How does someone trying to run a small business — keep the doors open and the floor staffed, meet payroll, do the ordering, the inventory, the bookkeeping, pay taxes — find time to tweet and twiddle and Google and ’gram?

Even if business owners can do social media, how do they manage the regularity needed to keep their business in people’s minds?

Where do they find the time?

They don’t. Or they don’t have to. That’s where Local Social Media, Birgitta Stone’s new Ridgefield-based business, comes in.

Read more here.

Birgitta Stone of Local Social Media met recently with one of her clients, Mario Galeano of Milillo Farms. —Macklin Reid photo

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