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    [Blog] Book Review: Social Media Marketing
    “Participating in social media isn’t just about creating a page, making a blog post, posing a question, or tweeting. Blogs. And in fairness to Li, in chapter 31, she questions how “social&# Seth Godin’s blog is; a gutsy but admirable move. With Social Media Marketing: Strategies for Engaging in Facebook, Twitter & Other Social Media , the inimitable Liana “Li&# Evans has provided the definitive handbook for social media marketers. Don’t automatically assume they use the most popular social networks. Instead, they want to connect.
    [Blog] Dave Barnes & Matt Wertz: Music & Social Media Done Right.
    View Comments to “Dave Barnes & Matt Wertz: Music & Social Media Done Right&# Online Education Guide Says: August 16th, 2010 at 9:33 am First of all I’d like to say, well written post! I’ve got a small question bothering me, I really like the layout of your blog and tried to download the same theme on my Worpdress site. Leave a Reply blog comments powered by Disqus 105 SUBSCRIBERS 50161 FOLLOWERS Home About Me My Videos My Resume Contact MeNone more so then from 2 of my current favorite recording artists, Dave Barnes and Matt Wertz.
    [Blog] Yes, Another iPad Review, But From Someone Who Still PCs Too!
    Apple Magic Mouse Review My 9 Favorite iPhone Social Media Apps Mobilize Your WordPress Blog! Leave a Reply blog comments powered by Disqus 105 SUBSCRIBERS 50161 FOLLOWERS Home About Me My Videos My Resume Contact Home About Me My Videos My Resume Contact Me Browse > Home / Apple , Computer Hardware / Yes, Another iPad Review, But From Someone Who Still PCs Too! Subcribe via RSS Yes, Another iPad Review, But From Someone Who Still PCs Too! It’s not easy admitting being an employee at Microsoft. If Microsoft did (or even came close), I’d be all over it. Ugh. 2.
    [Blog] “Social” Attitudes, Attacks & Popularity
    Whether you blog for personal or business engagements doesn’t matter. Some people have an attitude of self- righteousness and they attack others when their “self- righteousness&# is challenged. You can see the “self-righteous&# aggression throughout social media when  people claim stupid positions then attack  when others disagree with their positions. The term “self-righteous&# implies confident of one’s own righteousness and intolerant of the opinions and behavior of others. In other words bigoted. Those who hang together rise and fall together.
  • DAVE FLEET  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 2010
    [Blog] Sysomos Audience Moves Towards Measuring Social Media ROI
    It does so by examining peoples’ previous web activity, including competitors’ websites, blogs, social networks and so on. Social media ROI is a hot topic right now, as social media begins to (slowly) mature. The purists who insisted that the conversation alone was and end, rather than a means, are diminishing in volume and a more rational, approach is emerging balancing the revolutionary aspects of social media with those that are simply evolutionary from existing business practices. came away impressed. Placing a Value on your Visitors. Community management. Sales.
    [Blog] Inc. 500 Companies Seeing Positive Results From SM Use
    Interesting to note that Facebook success rates have gone up from 54% to 85% while services like twitter and blogging have gone down. 500 Companies using Social Media and ACTUALLY seeing positive results is on the rise.  More small businesses need to view the importance of Social Media the same as their larger counterparts. Overall the importance  of Social Media in a Inc. 500 companies business strategy has gone up 16% year over year. These companies will continue to use these conduits for client acquisition and retention as 2011 unfolds. -. Article from eMarketer [link]. 500 companie
    [Blog] Community Only Means Something If You Keep It Warm
    Your blog, your email list, your Twitter stream, your whatever. When Switch came out, I promoted the heck out of it, because I loved it. I got a nice little note from Chip and Dan Heath calling me the “mini Oprah.” ” A year or so later, I finally get the chance to meet Dan Heath, and of course, he remembers me because of this experience, and he kinda knows my name from around. At this moment, if I reached out with a reasonable request to Dan, he would probably give it some consideration because we only saw each other a few weeks ago. No, that’s not the point.
    [Blog] The ChromeOS CR-48 Experience: Fast, Promising, Early
    must have groused about it enough that my wife finally took to her blog to lodge complaint with Google (somewhat tongue in cheek). While the tech elite gained notifications early in the month that their Google ChromeOS-powered CR-48 notebooks were on their way, and thousands of others flocked to submit their names to become one of the lucky chosen 60,000 few to get access to what could be the first version of the next big operating system, my e-mail box remained empty. The major hypothesis of the ChromeOS plan is that the future is the Web. Web sites, Web services and Web applications.
    [Blog] NOOKColor Combines Specialization, Potential & Android
    While you're probably not going to make the NOOKColor your primary Web surfing device, it's great to have in the background if you absolutely must check a few news sites, blogs, or even Twitter. In a world full of multi-purpose gadgets which ping, beep and blink at you to signal more messages coming your way to demand your attention, there's something remarkably comforting about a device like Barnes & Noble's NOOKColor , which is designed not to distract you with many things at once, but instead, to bring a powerful reading experience. Electronic book readers are not new, of course.
    [Blog] Why Won't Bloggers Dig Into Detail?
    The Spinks Blog A Fresh Look Into Social Media Home About Contact Me Under 30 Professionals Why Won’t Bloggers Dig Into Detail? When the “thought leaders&# limit the depth of their thoughts and advice, experienced readers get to a point where they can’t learn any more from reading blogs. think that blogging is slowly becoming the heart and voice of so many industries as more and more professionals are turning to blogging to learn, share and grow.  If we don’t help them grow beyong the “beginner&# level, the advancement of the industry will suffer.
    [Blog] Capturing One Day of Your Life
    Justin Levy Marketing and Social Media Home About Archives Contact Disclosures Newsletter Speaking Capturing One Day of Your Life Written on July 7, 2010 by Justin Levy in community , video 0 Comments - Leave a comment! If youre new here or just an old friend, Id love it if you subscribed via RSS feed. Thanks for taking time out of your day to come hang out here! Would you like your chance at being co-director of a film that will be premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival? Well, depending on how interesting and creative your life is on July 24th, you may just have your opportunity.
    [Blog] Last Minute Superbowl Party Planning Tips
    Learn more tips and tricks for a great Superbowl party from this blog post Even if you’ve never had a Superbowl party before, there’s still time to plan a great one. The hardest part will be inviting your friends, I promise. Once you’ve done that you have all day Saturday to plan a great Superbowl party. Start my planning the menu and decorations. You can do most of it yourself very easily. Decorations are easy to make yourself, and you can even get your kids to help. Print off some Game Day Commercial Bingo cards to entertain your guests during your party. Viola!
    [Blog] Advertisers Embrace Facebook, Other Social Networks
    Tagged as: ad spending , Advertising , Branding , Facebook , Marketing , MySpace , Social Media , Social media marketing , Social Networking [link] Vote on this article at Advertisers Embrace Facebook, Other Social Networks… Social ad spending will become a higher priority in 2010, generating more opportunities for advertisers to reach their target markets for branding and engagement… [link] bookmarking » Blog Archive » Advertisers Embrace Facebook, Other Social Networks | pamorama [.] An interesting post today. and in many other countries.
    [Blog] How to spice up your networking
    Imagine Your Reality Business and Social Media Coach Blog Home About Taylor Ellwood Services Social Media and Business Classes How to spice up your networking Posted August 25th, 2010 by admin and filed in networking Tags: creativity , networking , Taylor Ellwood View Comments Recently I attended a biznik event where MJ Cherkauer and Teresa Rodden presented an interesting approach to networking. For example, I was asked the second question I mentioned above. decided to describe my business in terms of how it could help someone navigate busiest traffic on on a very busy street.
    [Blog] Upcoming Workshop: Marcus Evans Social Media Marketing Conference.
    Gauravonomics Blog For Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists How To Organize and Energize Your Evangelists Blog Speaking Writing Bio Media Subscribe Slideshare Twitter LinkedIn Facebook IdeaSliver Labs Tumblr « Hindu Story on Facebook Groups, Data Portability and Privacy Upcoming Workshop: Marcus Evans Social Media Marketing Conference 2010 Welcome to the Gauravonomics Blog for Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists ! Subscribe to my blog to never miss a post again. 2. More details here. For more, read my bio. Here are some things you should do: 1. Lets talk.
  • PAMORAMA  |  SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 2010
    [Blog] Social Media: Everybody's Doing It, But For Different Reasons [Charts]
    But even with all the Twitter chitchat, Facebook fan groups, and blogs to be followed, consumers believe face-to-face communication is the most powerful. pamorama marketing, life, social media Home About Bookshelf Links Contact Social Media: Everybody’s Doing It, But For Different Reasons [Charts] by Pam Dyer on March 7, 2010 Share While the demographics of the average social media user mirror the average U.S. adult (i.e., The survey, “Social Media: An Inside Look at the People Who Use It”, compares U.S. users on the social Web to the average American adult. GeeksRoom [.]
    [Blog] I Can’t Afford It
    The majority of people who read this blog don’t live at or below the poverty line (except for a few of my homeless friends, and hi to you! We have fascinating views on money, don’t we? When we think about what we spend our money on, it’s always an interesting series of choices, isn’t it? All this came to me as I watched someone at my local grocery store buying $10 lottery tickets from a lottery vending machine. have this thing about lottery tickets. Why do people invest in a gamble? All Spending is a Choice. When I first read it, I felt that I understood it.
    [Blog] Style 2.0 - Wow!
    As many of you who read this blog know, I am constantly searching for things that are new and social to write about. The campaign itself will run over the course of three weeks with embedded widgets in each post by the Social Coalition providing cross linkages and additional value to each blog’s readers. To that end, I couldn’t resist jumping on the news my friend, Mike Pratt , recently shared with me about some exciting things he and the Style Coalition (which he and his wife Jean  co-founded with Yuli Ziv ) are doing to change the fashion industry. You go Mike! Style Coalition
    [Blog] #HAPPO Day for PR Folks is December 8 2010
    Tweets, blog posts, job pitches, Twitter chats, Facebook status updates – you name it, it’ll be happening. If you have a blog, write a post about why potential employers should give you a chance (telling them Danny Brown said so might work, but don’t put all your chickens in that basket!). Offer an email where agencies can contact you. (If you don’t blog, leave your details in the comments and/or email me and I’ll tweet you out). There’s an event taking place tomorrow, Wednesday December 8, called Help a PR Pro Out , or HAPPO. So I did.
    [Blog] Why the Enterprise 2.0 Vs Social Business Debate is Really Going On
    There’s been some interesting blog fodder as of late around whether or not the terms Enterprise 2.0 or Social Business are more applicable in describing this shift towards emergent collaborative tools being used within the enterprise. (Chess puzzle, white to move and mate in 2, can you figure it out?). Let’s start things off with a few links to re-cap what’s going on. This was started by a post by Andrew McAfee who is of course biased since created the whole Enterprise 2.0 “thing.&#. Social Business is Past Retirement Age - Andrew McAfee. Larry Hawes.
    [Blog] The 11 Types of Alexa Hot URLs and How to Get There
    The Mainstream Blog. There are three mainstream blogs that seem to always have something on the Alexa Hot URLs list, at least once a day: TechCrunch , Mashable , and Huffington Post. Some blog posts and whiny rants might even last a day on the Alexa Hot URLs list. The Unknown Blogger’s Blog Post. I’m only calling these bloggers “unknown&# because they just haven’t hit the mainstream blogging list yet. Examples – It’s great blog posts like this and this and this one that make it to the Alexa Hot URLs. Sports News.
    [Blog] I’m Not Selling to YOU
    The Arguments Are All Interesting. I’ve seen dozens of comments and posts and blogs saying “How someone can claim to be an expert after 250 hours is laughable.&# Also funny is that you all subscribe to my blog and read it fairly consistently, if only to make yourself feel better about how much more noble you are, or some such.). I’m not selling to you. You’re not my buyer. There are lots of people who are very interested in just learning a system. They will go into Google+ and look around, click some buttons, and figure it out just fine on their own.
    [Blog] Listen to Your Super-Consumers and Engage the Engaged to Grow Sales
    while ago Eddie Yoon, a Principal with The Cambridge Group , posted an interesting article on the Harvard Business blog. Social media marketing is, among many other things, about dialogues with people. At first they are connections, some can be or become fans, followers and ‘friends’. And sometimes they become relationships. Relationships matter much more than connections in business. relationship occurs between two people. In a relationship people talk and listen. Many marketers forget that behind all their social media connections, there are real people. Talk to them.
    [Blog] Catching Up With You
    Dear Diva Marketing (Blog) and Community, It's amazing how days turn to weeks and weeks turn to months. Life gets in the way of life and before you know it the best of intentions slip through the proverbial cracks. In this case the best of intentions, are of course, to write and share learnings about marketing and social media with you. And so, I must apologize for the long lag in posting. Here's why.   . I've often said that social media gives back more than it takes and this part of my story is another testimonial to that belief.
    [Blog] How to use Twitter for PR
    Subscribe to updates from the FreshNetworks Blog. Again this week, Twitter has been high on the media agenda. As is always the case during a time of innovation, brands are experimenting with lots of different ways of using Twitter. Some successfully and some less so. Time will tell which are the most appropriate and which have the highest return on investment, but it is worth all brands learning the basics of Twitter usage for marketing purposes and in particular for PR. Monitoring. Live-reporting. Journalism. Activism. Public Relations. Political Communications. Crisis Communications.
    [Blog] The Social CRM and Enterprise 2.0 Experience Continuum
    Social Media Globetrotter Home Consulting Speaking Travel Blog About SOCIAL MEDIA GLOBETROTTER The Social CRM and Enterprise 2.0 blog comments powered by Disqus Connect with me Subscribe to Social Media RSS RSS About Jacob Email Me Jacob Morgan is the Principal of Chess Media Group , a social business consultancy that works with medium and enterprise companies on developing Enterprise 2.0, If you enjoy traveling be sure to check out Jacobs travel blog. space.  Social CRM and Enterprise 2.0 and I couldn’t agree more.  and external SCRM efforts. Good work.
    [Blog] Week in Review July 6 – 12, 2014: Posts and Podcasts
    One way to do this is by combining your blog posts or other content into a week in review on SlideShare. Week in Review July 6 – 12: Posts and Podcasts from ConverStations and SmallBiz Tracks Daily Podcasts. The repurposing of content to reach new audiences and extend the shelf life of your efforts is something we always coach. SmallBiz Tracks Week in Review: July 12, 2014 from Mike Sansone. You can catch a complete review, in addition to top links to  give your small business a L.I.F.T  by  subscribing to Whistle Stops Weekly  email newsletter. Consider leaving a comment!
    [Blog] Quotes n Notes: To be Alive is to be Vulnerable
    In coaching blog writers and public speakers, "love them" is a mantra we incorporate often (it's not about you - it's about them). “When we were children, we used to think that when we were grown-up we would no longer be vulnerable. But to grow up is to accept vulnerability. To be alive is to be vulnerable.” – Madeleine L'Engle. One of the words that keep coming up around me these days is "vulnerability."  In conversations, in books or articles, and radio talk shows. Uncanny. believe that the two of the greatest character traits a person could have are love and vulnerability. Be alive.
    [Blog] How to Use Tumblr and Automated Tweets to Drive Awareness
    Jake Sorofman shares some highlights from the Gartner 2015 Marketing Spending Survey on the Gartner blog. Tweetable Moments It’s all about keeping it relevant and providing content that is really useful and helpful to people. barimogil Tweet This. Much More Than Sales. Bari Mogil is half of the digital team at the headquarters of Corcoran Group , a high-end real estate company with over 2,200 agents. Providing helpful information that will be valuable to their audience is key to Corcoran’s strategy. The use of IFTTT (If this, then that) is just one incredible example. Holy Social!
    [Blog] The Organizational Dangers of Personal Brands
    Yet, when it comes to LIVESTRONG social media it’s really about the community and that’s clear from tool to tool, from Gowalla to the blog. Lots of people talk about their personal brands online and how they are important to social media. Beyond the obvious self centered narcissism and the off-center marketing theory behind this pop ethos, organizations needs to be wary of personal brands harpooning their social media efforts. The dangers range from the obvious to the experienced-based hidden results of personal brands. Teams. Some personalities naturally rise to the top.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  SUNDAY, JULY 17, 2011
    [Blog] 6 Killer Writing Tips from a Great-Grandmother of a Copy Editor
    Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This guest post is by Aman Basanti of Meet Ailsa Campbell. Ailsa is a great grandmother of an editor (pun intended): she’s been teaching English longer than many of us have been alive. Needless to say she knows a thing or two about writing well. Here are Ailsa’s top tips for becoming a better writer. 1. Get your homophones right. “Homophone&# sounds like an alien word, but you use homophones every day, and often incorrectly. Here are some common homophones that bloggers get wrong. compliment—to praise (e.g.
    [Blog] Earned Media Tip # 6: Connect with a Like-Minded Community
    Other senior-focused sites and blogs republish AARP content.  It’s a match made in heaven for earned media mentions. This is number 6 in the Earned Media Series. Tapping into a community that supports your activities, aligns with your mission, or uses your product, is an obvious way to increase earned media mentions. Rosetta Stone did it very successfully with AARP.  After doing a social audit Rosetta Stone discovered that people over 50 regard learning a new language as a way to keep mentally alert and fit.   And there is indeed scientific evidence to support this idea.  Facebook.
    [Blog] Does Google News Sitemaps New Format Help Publishers?
    Blog content does get some extra exposure however. When a user clicks on the “all X news articles” link at the bottom of a story cluster, Blogs is the second section on the full coverage page: Two other new tags in Google News Sitemaps are and. Shining a Spotlight on Video News Webmaster Tools: Updates to Search queries, Parameter handling and Messages Twitter data lets NPR glimpse a future of app-loving news junkies Shared Items Disclaimer The opinions expressed on this blog are Adam Sherks own and do not necessarily reflect the views of his company or its clients.
    [Blog] A Challenge to Government 2.0 Camp Attendees
    Search Twitter for the tag #gov20 and start clicking through to people’s Twitter accounts and blog posts. Developed a briefing, white paper, blog post, etc. Melissa [link] Andrea Baker As I was proofreading my post that is scheduled tomorrow, I looked back at the ATOM I had included referring to blogs posted about Gov2OCamp. link] Andrea Baker As I was proofreading my post that is scheduled tomorrow, I looked back at the ATOM I had included referring to blogs posted about Gov2OCamp. web20 wiki Have This Blog Sent to Your Email! Government 2.0
    [Blog] How To Market Successfully On Social Media Platforms For Absolutely Free
    Creating ‘word of mouth’ promotion through your content is a well and truly priceless marketing attribute, yet it can be exceptionally prosperous for any brand, business or blog. By Andy Havard. Andy Havard is a Marketing Executive at Skeleton Productions, a UK based Internet video production company. Marketers, bloggers, brands and businesses worldwide are always looking for engaging new ways to connect with their audiences, and social media platforms seem to be the latest way of doing so. Facebook. Facebook is certainly becoming the talk of the town of late. LinkedIn. Twitter. Google+.
    [Blog] Ideas on How to Think Differently - Pt 4
    Part 4 of the ideas on how to think differently blog are the links to the previous three. The world is still struggling to get through the recession, though I smile sometimes that suddenly a recession makes you look at cost and value.mmm.shouldn't that be at the heart of all you do even in great times! . But cost should not restrict creativity, indeed I feel strongly that cost can increase creativity. Having money makes things easy, and easy doesn't help creativity and it doesn't necessarily make a better product. . He tells of the Raiders of the Lost Ark.
    Last month I mentioned SN-REACH and said I would try it on my blog and share the results ; the SN-REACH campaign has been running exactly one month (August 13th – September 13th) and generated 100 visits to the SN-REACH Multiplier page that was set up for this campaign.  The campaign itself was based around a white paper I created to give a way for free (compelling offer). Given that I didn’t have tons of traffic and we’re only talking about 100 visits to the multiplier page what are the takeaways here? Webmetrics 9.13.10. View more presentations from Marshall Sponder.
  • ARI HERZOG  |  FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 2015
    [Blog] Weekend Reading
    Please sign up to receive blog posts by email. Here are some articles I’ve read and shared online over the past week. enjoyed them and you may too. Have a great weekend. Discover why Facebook is making changes to its Messenger chat application. Be repulsed by partying elephants. Read how citizen journalism is evolving. Understand why leaders should not be nice. See what a company called Banjo is poised to do online. Step up and tell your employees what to do. Celebrate yourself with selfie photography. Don’t drive in the best U.S. cities that don’t need cars. Reading
    [Blog] 10 Best Marketing Books Written By Marketers
    Whether you write lengthy blog posts or tweets, you are engaged in writing, and you need to do it really well. Be sure to stop by and grab a copy of my free 8,000+ word guide to guest blogging and become a fan on Facebook. Marketing in the digital age does not come from theory. In fact, marketing theory is in a state of transition. The old “rules” do not apply any longer, and developing marketing campaigns that work takes a lot of trial and error, a lot of assessment, and continual changes. One thing for sure. And doing that means getting the advice and then practicing. Chapman.
    [Blog] Is Your Customer Service Up To Scratch?
    About Us What’s a Maverick? » Is Your Customer Service Up To Scratch? Customer service is one of the most important issues when it comes to reputation management. Handling customers’ queries and problems quickly, quietly, and efficiently is a must in today’s online world. It takes only one disgruntled customer to have their say on a social media site and every other disgruntled customer will join them. Of course, not every customer will complain directly to you. Sometimes they will go straight to their Facebook or Twitter page. This can make your approach much easier.
    [Blog] Ode To Spam: Is It All Your Fault?
    About Us What’s a Maverick? » Ode To Spam: Is It All Your Fault? A lot has been said of Google’s most recent algorithm change, which was designed to kill the content farms. They call it the farmer update. But what started this? Google has always tried to control the spam. That’s its mission. The sole purpose of the search engine is to help searchers find the best information for their search queries. Spam gets in the way of that. Consider this: You decide you want to buy a new plasma screen TV. So you go online to search for one. In the No. And it doesn’t help you.
    [Blog] GoDaddy: Good Marketing Or Reputation Problem? | Small Business.
    About Us What’s a Maverick? » GoDaddy: Good Marketing Or Reputation Problem? GoDaddy has been the center of controversy before. Their Super Bowl commercials with scantily clad women have upset some people despite the Web hosts increasing business as a result of the advertising. But recently, the company has taken controversy to a new level. Bob Parsons, GoDaddy’s CEO, filmed himself shooting an elephant in Africa and posted the video online. Was that a good move? Believe it or not, Parsons is defending it. Are you wowed? This kind of “charity&# is going to make you enemies.
    [Blog] The Perfect Website For Off-Line Marketing
    About Us What’s a Maverick? Yahoo! Unloads Delicious » The Perfect Website For Off-Line Marketing Ever wonder how you can use online sources for off-line marketing? There actually is a website that is perfect for this and that was created specifically for that purpose. It’s called Meetup. Meetup allows you to create groups on any topic. You pick a location, start a group, and start congregating. Really simple, right? Yes, sort of. But there’s more to it than that. Just like any group you start in the real world, there’s ongoing work involved. when your store closes.
  • FEVER BEE  |  SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 2012
    [Blog] Only Communicate Things That Are Interesting To Members
    You might want to communicate that the site has changed, or the navigation is simpler, or members can now create their own blog posts, or an array of tweaks and changes you have made to the platform. The problem is this; members don't care about the platform.    They care if it's broken. They care if it's difficult to use. They care if they can't instantly find what they're looking for. They care if their private details are being mishandled.    But they really don't care about the platform. The platform should be transparent. 
    [Blog] 5 Age Old Issues We Blame on Social Media
    Yet we scream bloody murder when someone takes $500 to write a blog review of a product, gets a book for free and has the gall to review it while they ooze bias, or puts their ebook up for the appalling price of $35 because “the internet should be free&#. Then of course along came blogs and email was dead… Then blogs were dead because of social networking sites… The funny thing is ALL of those tactics still exist, are still effective when executed properly. And they simply aren’t. Here’s a bit about what I mean. 1. But their existence? Not new.
    [Blog] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #72
    "I wrote a Blog post on July 4th of this year titled, Bored. Often, I have an idea for a Blog post and as I start to write it, something else takes shape and form. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? "On my last trip to New York, I was once again struck by the city's desire for the authentic: every food needs a string of adjectives, a backstory, to make it worthwhile and interesting. " (Alistair for Hugh). Want to Remember Everything You'll Ever Learn? " (Alistair for Mitch).
    [Blog] Self Worth
    And it’s not the same as this blog. When something stinky happens, it’s hard not to feel almost immediately that it’s because you’re somehow bad or not worthy or something like that. Maybe I should speak for myself. When something bad happens to me, I tend to think it’s because I’m not worth it. But I was thinking about something and then it dawned on me. The solution is built into the phrase. It’s called SELF worth for a reason. We’re not good enough. I’m not good enough. Clearly. Or else, it would’ve gone a different way.
    [Blog] [infographic] Industrialized vs Humanized Companies
    infographic] Industrialized vs Humanized Companies is a post from: Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media Consulting. “Life finds a way.” ” Jeff Goldblum’s character in Jurassic Park leveled this caution to the scientists resurrecting the dinosaurs about their inability to control organic evolution. That line struck me as I read Humanize: How People-Centric Organizations Succeed in a Social World by Jamie Notter and Maddie Grant. It’s all about command and control. Centralized thinking. On a “Need to know” basis.
    [Blog] The Era Of Exponential Marketing
    Please go back to the top of this blog post and re-read those iPad stats courtesy of MediaPost). Most everything we look at in the marketing realm is linear. We'll look at things like mobile adoption and it's always with a linear perspective. It wasn't too long ago that several brain trusts were telling me that smartphone adoption was at 28% one year and expected to grow to around 32% the following year. Linear growth. We're quickly entering the world of exponential growth and it's something that few of us are prepared for. increase from the previous quarter's 18.7 million and 66.2%
    [Blog] Overcoming Stage Fright
    special thanks to Gini Dietrich who inspired this blog post by asking me if I still get nervous when presenting during a webinar that we recorded earlier today ). Whether it's a boardroom or a convention center, it's common (and normal) to have stage fright. Volumes of books have been written about overcoming stage fright. These include books that have been written by psychologists, neuroscientists, performance coaches and more. What do I know? In 2006, I was asked to speak at a full-day leadership event that featured Dr. Phil. It was an event that hosted thousands of people. boardroom.
    [Blog] Google Living Stories – Just Snazzy Topic Pages or is Google on to.
    Shining a Spotlight on Video News Webmaster Tools: Updates to Search queries, Parameter handling and Messages Twitter data lets NPR glimpse a future of app-loving news junkies Shared Items Disclaimer The opinions expressed on this blog are Adam Sherks own and do not necessarily reflect the views of his company or its clients. Home About Contact PR Publishing SEO Social Media Subscribe Adam Sherk Google Living Stories – Just Snazzy Topic Pages or is Google onto Something? Living Story takes it one level deeper by applying the concept to a specific story about that topic.
    [Blog] Day 9: People of color impacting the social web – Terrance Gaines – #29DaysofDiversity
    Website/Blog: In addition to his blog, Terrance has also written technology news that empowers the African American community for & (now apart of Madame Noire), and currently writes mobile app news and reviews for, small business mobility and productivity articles for As we all know, February is Black History Month. Even though it’s black history month, the goal for 28 Days of Diversity is to feature not just African-Americans but other minorities in the web/tech space.
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 2015
    [Blog] Be The First One In
    Because that time is so fresh and solitary, that's the time that I use to read, take notes (lots and lots of notes) and write (sometimes quick little shots, sometimes longer blog posts, prep work for client-related content and more). Go ahead, call me a Type A personality. I'm not so sure that would be the truth. Being self-reflective, I often find myself being super-lazy, binging on way too much Netflix , or watching a movie on the plane when I should be writing. if there's one thing I cherish and try to do as often as possible, it's this. want to be the first one in the office.
    [Blog] Getting Ahead Of Myself
    For blogging and writing, I’m finding that there are plenty of ways to get things together. Schedule Your Blog Posts. This is probably the easiest way to schedule your blog posts. have a somewhat more automated Twitter account, @broganmedia , that blurts out my blog posts when they go live, plus some other sharing features, but my main Twitter account, @chrisbrogan , has been 100% me. Tags: blogging howto Lately, I’ve been working on improving my efficiency and my productivity. For some kinds of work, this is difficult. What do you think?
    [Blog] You Can’t Talk About Yourself Enough, Apparently
    With over a quarter million Twitter followers and almost that many readers of this blog, most people weren’t especially aware of what I do. I had the most fascinating experience recently. I put out a survey to the subscribers of my newsletter. The very last question on the survey asked whether you’d refer Owner magazine to their friends. Some number of them said, “I would, but I don’t even know the URL.” ” Others said, “I didn’t know you started a magazine.” ” And so on. swear, to ME, it feels like it’s all I talk about.
  • DANNY BROWN  |  SUNDAY, JULY 11, 2010
    [Blog] Gen Y Isn't Leaving Social Media – Are You Ready For Them? - Danny.
    Home About Me Charities 12for12k Kiva Work With Me About This Blog Disclosure Comment Policy Headway Archives Contact Me Great Blogs Gen Y Isn’t Leaving Social Media – Are You Ready For Them? Are you reading blogs from the likes of Matt Chevy , Lauren Fernandez , David Spinks and Teresa Basich (amongst others) to understand this audience better? Back to Business and Thank You Response to Barbara Talismans Misinformed 12for12k Post Is Twitter Killing Blog Comments? July 11, 2010 25 voices share yours! So what does this mean for you, as a business owner?
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  FRIDAY, MAY 31, 2013
    [Blog] CTRL ALT Delete Live
    Don''t panic, I will shortly be returning to our regularly scheduled barrage of blog content, but many people have asked about my upcoming speaking events. blog content. austinkleon bizstone blog blogcontent businessbook canadianmarketingassociation charlesduhigg cma cmanationalconvention cmopanel contagious ctrlaltdelete davidusher exacttarget ideasatrotmanspeakerseries jonahberger rotmanschoolofmanagement salesforcemarketingcloud sethgodin speakingevent steallikeanartist thefutureofmarketing thepowerofhabit webinar Interested in coming to hear more about CTRL ALT Delete
  • PROBLOGGER  |  FRIDAY, MAY 27, 2011
    [Blog] Everything’s Already Been Said. Now What?
    Blogging is a medium that allows for wild creativity and individuality. believe that Steve Pavlina is currently the best in personal development blogging. That personal connection is what makes blogging beautiful. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This guest post is by Stephen Guise of Deep Existence. Over the course of human history, nearly everything has already been written about extensively. Despite this, more people are writing than ever before. It’s because there will always be more to say. want to have good sentences. Teach an old idea new tricks.
    [Blog] Good Service is Like a Great Steak
    probably would have blogged about how clever companies are those that customize service and make it seem like it was the company’s pleasure to serve. I swear I’m not obsessed with food, but I am obsessed with service. In an older post about room service, specifically, I wrote about how Warm Bread is Not Toast. Well, here I am again with a room service post. In my most recent stay at my favorite hotel in Las Vegas, I needed to order some lunch around 11am Vegas time. wanted steak and asparagus (or some other suitable green). Room Service:Steak and eggs? Room Service:Right.
    [Blog] Writing a book on Social Media Analytics and Web Journal Oct 3rd – Oct 9th, 2010
    But nothing quite caught my eye as much as the “Social Media Villains&# info graphic I read about in Marketing Tech Blog.  In fact, I have a pretty good idea on how my book is going to stand apart from what else is out there or is in the works.  Certainly I’ll reach out to my readers as well. Certainly, to me, Steve Rubel’s article suggests it even if it doesn’t come out and actually say it outright (see below). The moral of the story here is that every business today must try to catch up to consumers by becoming one that loves living in real time. Interesting.
    [Blog] I Wish Chris Brogan Would
    Chris’s blog posts are too short. Chris’s blog posts are too long. I wish Chris Brogan would write more about marketing. wish he’d talk more about social media for nonprofits. wish Chris would write more about software (and why I don’t ). Chris doesn’t cover social media. Chris writes too much about himself. Chris is too into money and not spiritual. Chris takes , takes , takes. He is aloof. He forgets where he comes from. wish Chris Brogan would… And While I Have Your Attention. Please swing by and skip something to feed hungry kids
    [Blog] to End Poverty
    In addition to the above, I plan to announce a new way I think can completely end Street Begging and truly feed and put a shelter over the heads of those that really need it around the world.  I’ll be announcing that shortly on this blog, and I hope to recruit volunteers to help with it at the Conference.  If you come for anything, be sure to come for that, as I’m sure it’s likely to turn heads. Thus far,  several projects have been proposed : “Building a Fighting Poverty Apps Store&#. “Twitter GPS Locator App&#. “First Aid App&#.
  • ARI HERZOG  |  TUESDAY, MAY 6, 2014
    [Blog] Finding Order in Chaos: Month 5
    Please sign up to receive blog posts by email. Related Stories Finding Order in Chaos: Month 2 Finding Order in Social Networking Chaos No More: Daily Blogging. April taught me to follow everyone on Twitter. No, that’s not fair. Jessica, Jonah, and their friends taught that lesson. Nevertheless, I am following more people and things (companies, landmarks, etc.) on Twitter today in May than I did in the past year. small percentage of those I follow are manually added to a list. have many private lists but here’s a public list of social builders , for instance.
  • TAYLOR MAREK  |  SUNDAY, JULY 18, 2010
    [Blog] Important Announcement
    will have a separate blog post on this soon so that you have the full story. Take note. :) Filed Under: Blog , Business , General Tagged: announcement , membership , taylor marek premium Speak Your Mind Tell us what youre thinking. will be moving to Taiwan for a year with my sister to teach English in the schools. This is the best opportunity God has shown us yet, and from what we can see, this will open so many doors and new opportunities. Some of the information is quite amazing, and we are excited to be on this path. Memberships do. Click here to cancel reply.
    [Blog] Food Blogger Cookie Swap – yum!
    spotted it on a blog and figured what could be better than baking some goodies for some other food bloggers (I love giving presents)…but even better, getting three lots of surprises back! This year, I joined in The Great Food Blogger Cookie Swap! made some Low Fructose Christmas Flapjack (click the link for the recipe) which was really quite tasty, even if I do say so myself. I was a little worried that the bloggers getting my baked goods wouldn’t like flapjack, so I also made some ‘stained glass’ biscuits: Stained Glass Biscuits. sunflower oil, for greasing.
    [Blog] Speech! Speech! 6 Ways You Can Sell It Like A Politician
    As a dyed-in-wool Toronto Maple Leafs hockey fan, PR veteran Elissa Freeman jumped at the chance to guest blog for a guy with the last name ‘ Esposito ’ from Boston.  A 20+ year PR veteran, she was named one of Twitters’ Top 75 Badass Females and Toronto’s Top 150 Social Media Influencers. This is a guest post from  Elissa Freeman. The speech is making a comeback. Actually, it never went away. We forget how powerful a collection of words can ignite an electorate, re-ignite dormant political passion and turn the most jaded onlooker into a passionate supporter. Just ask Michelle Obama.
    [Blog] $1m Case Study: My $550 Domain
    told you I was going to launch a blog and I’m doing it right now. usually don’t get intrigued by Blog posts, because, well, most are filled with fluff… however, I love Case Studies, and so far this is a very cool (and thoughtful) step-by-step case study so far. Reply Ebooks blog says: November 30, 2009 at 11:24 pm Can you tell what exactly you gonna do to optimize for that phrase. write a blog on automated trading systems development. The problem is that the blog is growing nicely and if I decide to do a change of URL, the earlier the better.
    [Blog] Jeremy Schoemaker’s Ninja Tricks for Long Form Sales Pages
    Web entrepreneur and founder of hugely successful ShoeMoney Media Group and the Shoemoney blog , Jeremy Schoemaker has found incredible success in the use long form sales pages. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This is a guest contribution from  Stephan Spencer. Although at an early point in his web-marketing career he questioned the effectiveness of such approaches, once he actually started using long form sales pages to market his online products, he was amazed by their success. Surprisingly, they work. Ninja Trick #1. Pre-populate fields on your sales page  .
    [Blog] 2 Amazing Movember Case Studies That Will Make You Grow it Back
    During Movember, moustaches of all shapes, sizes and awkwardness were made to be celebrated, whether through photos, videos, or article round-ups or Tumblr blogs on the best ‘staches of the month. Movember may now be but a fond memory, but Mo’vangelists and content enthusiasts alike have a lot to learn from how the movement was driven online and through social media. According to data from Topsy , there were 1.5 million tweets about Movember, with more than 790,000 of them generated from the United States. So, what was fueling the social conversation? Movember participants!
    [Blog] Facebook On The Brain
    So, the naysayers who feel more manipulated than usual over Facebook are digging through their archives and, primarily, updating the same stuff that they blogged about when the Facebook Beacon debacle happened in 2007 - 2009. Facebook is messing with your mind, people. what''s wrong with you? say that with an accent like an old dude from the sixties). There is this very real, very public outcry against Facebook (again). Since the news broke, Facebook has explained and apologized for this incident (the incident took place in 2012). It''s about the ethics. Consumers feel manipulated.
    [Blog] MY Next Level Interview with Anthony Gemma 11/9/11
    Here’s the video clips of the Next Level interview with Anthony Gemma yesterday: I’ll have more to say about it later – hope anyone in NYC who reads my blog comes to my book signing later tonight – see info on sidebar of this blog. Social Media Analytics book McGraw Hill Social Media Analytics The Book Anthony Gemma Marshall Sponder interview The Next Level Webmetricsguru
    [Blog] MeatLiquor Leeds: Burgers & Cocktails
    There didn’t seem to be any copies of the actual menu for it’s proper opening…it would be good to see what they will be serving up (*update: I found the menu online ). I’m keen to see what different types of burgers they will be serving, we’re big fans of Byron (also just opened in Leeds… blog post coming soon), so they are going to be hard to beat in my eyes. Fellow bloggers Faith from Music & Eyeliner and Kellie from Big Fashionista were also at the party, you can check out Kellie’s blog post here. MeatLiquor Leeds: The Food.
    [Blog] The Zoetica Salon and the Business of Free
    There’s a real cost to free, which most people don’t take into account when they launch their services or blog. Zoetica Co-Founders Kami Huyse and Beth Kanter. Zoetica launched its Salon today on Beth Kanter ‘s personal fan page on Facebook. The Zoetica Salon meets a nonprofit marketplace need for basic peer-to-peer conversations about social media adoption. This begs the question why market a free service? After assessing the current offerings out there, there was no free service. With no organization formally serving that need, a clear opportunity existed.
    [Blog] Humbled and proud
    I don’t often gloat or get overly excited about personal awards on this blog. However, I am very humbled and proud to announce that I’ve been named one of three finalists for Community Manager of the year… Congrats to the CMY of the Year Finalists: @ vistaprint @ jeffespo , @ vocus @ sacevero , & @ sfballet @ teacupinthebay #cmy12. Oracle (@Oracle) October 16, 2012.
    [Blog] Campus Cyberbullying: A Tragic but Preventable Crime
    member of the University faculty or staff uses his or her blog or social media account to berate or otherwise discuss engagement with or judgment of a student’s work or other information considered confidential or proprietary by FERPA or HIPPA. A currently trending news report alleges that Twitter messages posted by singer & platinum recording artist Rihanna set off the cyber bullying of a fan  for wearing an outfit to her prom mimicking an earlier outfit worn by the popular singer.  Naturally, my thoughts about cyber bullying on college campuses led me to remember Tyler Clementi.
    [Blog] OptinSkin Update: 96 Hours Until Our Launch Price Disappears
    Just invested in OptinSkin by @ viperchill – so far I am mightily impressed! A 9.5% opt-in rate straight off the bat on my test blog. This isn’t a post based on any marketing tactics or insights I have to share with you, so I’m going to keep it fairly brief, since I know you’re all busy. After Sunday, we’ll be raising the price of OptinSkin from $47 to $67. We’re closing in on 3,000 customers now, so I definitely think that’s happened. Add in dozens of bug fixes and other feature additions, and this alone I feel justifies an increase. Thanks.
    [Blog] Day 28: People of color impacting the social web – Navarrow Wright #28DaysofDiversity
    Website/Blog: Wright currently blogs about these issues on his site His blog posts have been featured on and the As we all know, February is Black History Month. It’s a month where we honor those who have made an impact on American culture for equal rights, those who have invented, those who have a helped others and those who have inspired everyone to be the best they can be, not only as a person of color but as a human. Twitter: @navarrowwright. and BlackPlanet. sites. He prides. Wright.
    [Blog] Traffic Technique 6: Backlinks
    That means that the links to your blog won’t all read the same way, they won’t all talk about the same product or promotion you’re running, and they won’t all be crammed with keywords. They won’t all link to the homepage, either—over time it’s only to be expected that different people will link to different pages on your blog, in discussions about those different topics and posts. Don’t forget, either, the menu, sitemap, and footer links on your blog. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. Links and search. your content.
    [Blog] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #89
    TechDirt is a well-known tech blog, and they posted a popular and exhaustive story explaining why SOPA and PIPA are a bad idea. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? "This week, I had the pleasure to hang out with Jon Bruner of Forbes as we ran a conference on business and Big Data. He finds fascinating stories in the nooks and crannies of the otherwise mundane, and this is a good example: an inside glimpse at the LA traffic light system." " (Alistair for Hugh). What do we hate the most? apple.
    [Blog] Tips for Using Facebook Fan Pages
    On the home page of its regular web site is a link titled Community Hub , which leads to the company’s blog as well as providing links to its Facebook , Twitter and YouTube accounts. You have a Web site, maybe a blog, perhaps a Twitter account and a few other social media vehicles. you might find your blog posts displaying multiple times on the same network, which really bothers most people. Several clients have told me recently they don’t think their Facebook pages have as many fans as their brand seems to warrant. Why do you have a Facebook Fan Page? Apple has1.3
    [Blog] The Problem With Being Liked
    In truth, if you think an article is worth sharing, most networks, blogs, etc. “Be liked and you will never want.&# “I’m well liked in Hartford.&# - Willy Loman, Death of a Salesman. When Willy Loman talked about the importance of being liked, and whether he was liked or not, he didn’t really know what it was to be liked, or whether it really mattered. It was an awkward way for Willy to express the importance of popularity and acceptance. The same is true of social networkers who are often presented with a thumbs-up icon they can click to “Like&# an item.
    [Blog] Using Foursquare to Maximize Engagement at Conventions - Jeff Korhan
    Jeff Korhan - New Media and Small Business Marketing Home About Me Working With Me Speaking Favorites Trends Subscribe « Typepad vs Wordpress Series - Own Your Blog | Main | The Bright Lights of Social Media Good » March 18, 2010 Using Foursquare to Maximize Engagement at Conventions Move over Twitter, Foursquare is now the hot social media tool for maximizing engagement at conventions, meetings, and events. I've attended more conventions, meetings, and events than I could ever recount.  Tweet Subscribe in a reader See how were connected Start Blogging Today!
    [Blog] Guest post: 3 reasons your website needs work
    Whether it’s offering house cleaning services or promoting a blog, visitors should be able to immediately identify what they’re viewing and why it’s important to them. The following is a guest post by Ken Myers. His bio is at the end of the article. Getting a website online is a huge accomplishment, and one that takes quite a bit of work. From learning about coding to finally committing to an online presence, there’s no shortage of things you need to do to successfully make a site go live, and it’s easy to feel like your work is done once the site is up and running.
    [Blog] Mr Bezos – Amazon is Making a Big Mistake –
    Amazon Is On A Kindle Hiring Binge (AMZN, AAPL) ( Amazon Beefs Up Its Kindle Team to Take on the iPad [Kindle] ( Tagged as: Amazon , Ipad , Jeff Bezos , Kindle , Steve Jobs Written by Stanford Im Stanford and I want to help you stoke your passion, spread your message, and help your blog get noticed and promoted. Close How to Write Spectacular Blog Posts That Get Noticed Blog success starts with Spectacular blog posts. One post can launch your blog and kick-start your business. Jeff, you and I have always seen eye to eye. 
    [Blog] Social Success Comes from Individuality
    And they can also ask the vExperts to blog about new products or share new releases with their social circles. Some of them were talking about creating a wonderful individualized experience for customers, while others emphasized tailoring a social experience based on the individual strengths of the brand. We pulled out some of the insights from each show: Chief Community Officer, Mike McCamon Mike McCamon, @mccamon Mike’s team has distinguished their work at through creative partnerships. Bob found very little resistance to his efforts.
    [Blog] The Five Forms of Mobile Media via Geoff Livingston
    via Five Forms of Mobile Media on Geoff Livingston’s Blog. Geoff Livingston has a great post called a the Five Forms of Mobile Media. Below is an excerpt but click on the link below to read the entire article. 1) Short Messaging Service (SMS). 2) Native Mobile Web Use. 3) Applications: iPhone, Android, Blackberry, Windows… You name the OS, it’s hard to imagine that an application hasn’t been developed yet. Plus there is the whole tablet market. As Ken informed me, the applications marketplace is not the same as the smartphone market. Marketing centric applications rarely take off.
    [Blog] Grey
    The post Grey appeared first on Scott's Blog. Is ok. It’s where the learner plays. How the growing toddler says. When leaders make mistakes. And turn them into breaks. The base the designer makes. Without grey we’re fakes. Without grey we’re complaints. Pretending to be completes. In grey we trial and tweak. Beauty in tragedy will speak. Where an artist is forced to meet. With tension’s blessed leaks. writer’s made to think. An artist finds a link. Grey is a playwright’s ink. For life is not neat. Drama’s made from heat. Black is derelict.
    [Blog] How Checklists Make You Smarter – The Works
    The second kind of checklist would be repeatable processes, which you might use for projects like creating your newsletter, or publishing your blog, or doing the actual guts of the work that relates to your business. “Discovering” something that everyone else knows about is like planting your nation’s flag in the flower bed at the mall and feeling accomplished for the effort. Checklists are what drives one through The Works. Checklists Push You To Cover More Ground. We are driven by a need to feel accomplishment that comes from some place far back in our primal days.
    [Blog] Storytelling for Business
    He brought up old blog posts of mine as part of his interview process. Telling a story on YouTube is different than telling a story on Facebook is different than telling a story on Twitter is different than telling a story on a blog. I’ve written about storytelling before. In one post, I wrote about the velocity of real time storytelling. In another, I wrote about the storyteller’s promise in presentations. In another, I wrote about at least one way that stories help your community. Stories also work well for business. Storytelling for Business. That’s okay.
    [Blog] Proof that Savvy Social Media Users are the Most Contagious Viral Seeds
    The research I did on viral content sharing shows that frequent users of social web technologies like Twitter, blogs, and social news and networking sites tend to share online content with more people, more often than those that do not. The same applies to those who read blogs, and use Twitter. An interesting detail of this data is that while frequent users of Facebook and web forums share content with more people and more often in some aspects, generally they’re not as virulent as the users of less-mainstream technologies (with the exception of blog readers).
    [Blog] TED and Reddit interview Evgeny Morozov
    Sign In | Register Themes Speakers Talks Translations TED Conferences TEDx Events TED Prize TED Fellows TED Community About TED TED Blog TED Blog « Robots that "show emotion": David Hanson on | Main | Life lessons from an ad man: Rory Sutherland on » 13 October 2009 TED and Reddit interview Evgeny Morozov Today, Internet scientist Evgeny Morozov answers questions from the latest Reddit -powered, TED community-driven interview. Today we confront “the other&# on a daily basis — they stare at us from their blogs and Facebook profiles.
    [Blog] The End Of Customer Service
    Back then, you would do an online search and see massive corporate websites vying for search engine optimization over someone with a blog and a bad customer experience. Now that everyone complains. nobody cares when there is a complaint. There was a time (not that long ago), when someone''s complaint online would be rocketed to the executive office, changes were made and brands were being held accountable for their foibles and mishaps. It was the early days of social media (nearly a decade ago). We had the Slashdot effect and more. David meets Goliath. It''s not easy. Sadly. dell hell.
    [Blog] Why Are Celebrities in India Obsessed with Twitter?
    To promote their blog or fan community. 4. I have seen that the three drivers of Twitter’s growth in each country are: 1. Citizen reports on Twitter during national crisis situations like earthquakes and terrorist attacks. 2. Celebrities like actors, sports stars and politicians who engage with their fans on Twitter. 3. TV channels and newspapers that use Twitter to encourage direct response from their audience. Priyanka Chopra (@ priyankachopra , >716000 followers). Sachin Tendulkar (@ sachin_rt , >714000 followers), - Shahrukh Khan (@ iamsrk , >703000 followers). Digg this!
    [Blog] Roskilde Festival is on Foursquare
    Blog About Clients Cases Tribesourcing Video People & Contact Bloggers « Defining a Strategy To Use Content In B2B Marketing Meet The Founder of The Bees Awards » Roskilde Festival is on Foursquare Posted by Anne Herngaard Jul 5th, 2010 Tweet I’ve been attending Roskilde Festival. Four days of festival and more than 70,000 festival guests leaves the opportunity to do something social – also when it comes to digital media. already had my phone with me, so why not just use a digital version.
    [Blog] Facebook Introduces Location Service: Places
    Blog About Clients Cases Tribesourcing Video People & Contact Bloggers « For Companies: 10 Questions to ask yourself before entering social media Facebook Goes Live with New Video Channel » Facebook Introduces Location Service: Places Posted by Anne Herngaard Aug 19th, 2010 Tweet Geolocation has been buzzing for some time now – especially with the location based services Foursquare and Gowalla. Now Facebook is following their footsteps and introduces their own location service called ’Places’. But no one really knows how long it will take. How does Places work?
    [Blog] Facebook Introduces Location Service: Places
    Blog About Clients Cases Tribesourcing Video People & Contact Bloggers « For Companies: 10 Questions to ask yourself before entering social media Facebook Goes Live with New Video Channel » Facebook Introduces Location Service: Places Posted by Anne Herngaard Aug 19th, 2010 Tweet Geolocation has been buzzing for some time now – especially with the location based services Foursquare and Gowalla. Now Facebook is following their footsteps and introduces their own location service called ’Places’. But no one really knows how long it will take. How does Places work?
    [Blog] Watch out for Danish start-up – bringing you a social work.
    Blog About Clients Cases Tribesourcing Video People & Contact Bloggers « Will iTunes’ Ping Be a Success? Social Media Marketing Goals & Tools An Interactive YouTube Campaign By Tipp-Ex Subscribe to Blog Subscribe to Danish Newsletter TOPICS Best Practise Cases (46) Facebook (53) Linkedin (5) Marketing & Communication (104) Mindjumpers (32) Social Media (219) Social Network (128) Social Responsibility (43) Tech Development (51) Tips (25) TribeSourcing (15) Twitter (23) FLATTR MINDJUMPERS Mindjumpers © 2010 All Rights Reserved Well read on!
    [Blog] Youtube Makes Interactive Gallery
    Blog About Clients Cases Tribesourcing Video People & Contact Bloggers « 5 Tips for Making a Consistent Social Media Effort Social Media Marketing Policies and Education: The Employee Perspective » Youtube Makes Interactive Gallery Posted by Anne Herngaard Sep 8th, 2010 Tweet You may remember Youtube’s user-generated film project called Life in a Day which I wrote about earlier this summer. As a smart way of showing all the footage, Youtube has created an online interactive gallery on their channel.
    [Blog] Glympse: Location Service As a Utility
    Blog About Clients Cases Tribesourcing Video People & Contact Bloggers « 3 Infographics on Why You Should Use Social Networks as Marketing Tools How Users Engage With Advertising on Facebook » Glympse: Location Service As a Utility Posted by Tehneyat Waseem Sep 13th, 2010 Tweet The new smartphone application called Glympse is absolutely brilliant. Where Foursquare allows your friends to see where you are, Glympse allows your friends to see where you are heading. It combines everything that has previously annoyed me about other location services such as Google Latitude.
    [Blog] Glympse: Location Service As a Utility
    Blog About Clients Cases Tribesourcing Video People & Contact Bloggers « 3 Infographics on Why You Should Use Social Networks as Marketing Tools How Users Engage With Advertising on Facebook » Glympse: Location Service As a Utility Posted by Tehneyat Waseem Sep 13th, 2010 Tweet The new smartphone application called Glympse is absolutely brilliant. Where Foursquare allows your friends to see where you are, Glympse allows your friends to see where you are heading. It combines everything that has previously annoyed me about other location services such as Google Latitude.
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