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FEBRUARY 22, 2009 Six ways to make Web 2.0 work - The McKinsey Quarterly - Six ways Web 2.0 work - Business Technology - Application Management
In earlier IT campaigns, identifying and prioritizing the applications that would generate the greatest business value was relatively easy. Rather than dictating the use, management broadened participation by supporting an awareness campaign to seed further experimentation. pharmaceutical company tried to generate new product ideas by tapping suggestions from visitors to its corporate Web site. Register now for immediate access to hundreds of articles. First time here? Read our Quarterly Basics. Forgot Password? work Web 2.0 Your e-mail address* Send me a copy. work Web 2.0
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DECEMBER 15, 2008 Crowds predict better than professionals: Google predicts the next flu
Marketing wise, health care and pharmaceutical companies can plan their marketing efforts more accurately, and effectively choose the right timing to advertise medicine and cold relief products. About Google Flu Trends : Each week, millions of users around the world search for online health information. Current USA Google Trends Flu Graph. Google Flu trends works!
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JUNE 27, 2008 50 Habits of a Highly Effective Blogger " EdithYeung.com
How about “know the language you’re blogging in or carefully proof your own work to ensure you’re not corrupting it? “List out is redundant; “audience is singular yet you say “who are the audience, etc. Health (1). Edith Yeung.com Dream Think Act --> Edith Yeung.com Dream Think Act. Home. --> Home. About Edith. Speaking. Archives. Contact. « Free Personal Branding Teleseminar by A Brand You World Summit. Essential Tips to Get the Most Out of Trade Shows, Conferences & Seminars (Podcast) » Tuesday 13 Nov 2007. Be honest.
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