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NOVEMBER 26, 2011 [Content management systems, Wiki] How I Got My Job As Director Of Social Media – Step 1: Build Experience Then Blog, Tweet, Collaborate!
” (see this infographic on A Day In The Life of A Social Media Manager for more on that), the answer to the second question takes a little more time. Tools like knowledge bases, content management systems, enterprise search, blogs and wikis all played critical roles in the development of these systems. Social media is about people and relationships.
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JULY 25, 2011 [Content management systems, Wiki] Learning via the Social Media Game
Customized content management systems (CMS) where your staff can access and edit the website and users can create their own blogs within your main site. How often will you use this and what data or content would you like to include? How will you collect and manage cellphone numbers? Commercial online project and content management system for internal use. Can you make time to learn a new system to save time? wiki provides groups with collaborative publishing and work- space. Manage invitees; they discuss and share.
DECEMBER 21, 2011 | KIKOLANI
[Content management systems, Wiki] 70+ Resources on How to Start a WordPress Blog
NOVEMBER 26, 2011 | SOCMED SEAN
[Content management systems, Wiki] How I Got My Job As Director Of Social Media – Step 1: Build Experience Then Blog, Tweet, Collaborate!
JULY 25, 2011 | BARE FEET STUDIOS
[Content management systems, Wiki] Learning via the Social Media Game
JUNE 30, 2010 | PAMORAMA
[Content management systems, Wiki] Social Media From A to Z: A Glossary
MAY 23, 2010 | LAUREL PAPWORTH
[Content management systems, Wiki] Australia Sharepoint Conference June 16/17 2010
NOVEMBER 3, 2009 | SOCMED SEAN
[Content management systems, Wiki] Out With The Old…Rethinking Outdated Intranet Portal Models Part I – Introduction
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JUNE 30, 2010 [Content management systems, Wiki] Social Media From A to Z: A Glossary
Atom also provides a standard way to export an entire blog, or parts of it, for backup or for importing into other blogging systems. “Blog can also be used as a verb, meaning to maintain or add content to a blog. Box.net : Box.net enables users to organize and view all of their content online in a familiar file and folder structure. But never fear! site (e.g. Nice work.
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DECEMBER 21, 2011 [Content management systems, Wiki] 70+ Resources on How to Start a WordPress Blog
Sure, there are other blogging platforms and content management systems you can use on your own domain, but none are quite as popular or powerful as WordPress. Importing Your Content. WordPress.org has a Importing Content guide that includes information on how to import content from almost 50 different sources (or, in some cases, if it is even possible).
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MAY 13, 2009 [Content management systems, Wiki] 50 Ways to use Social Media, listed by Objective « Web Strategy by Jeremiah Owyang | Social Media, Web Marketing
Collectual these folks own social media budgets: LIST [link] in reply to spicedawg56 1 week ago « Community Platform Pricing for New Clients Scorecard: Should Startups Have Community Managers? Couple your email newsletter content with additional website content on a blog for improved commenting. Try out a short series of audio podcasts or video podcasts as content marketing and see how they draw. Practice delivering quality content on your blogs, such that customers feel educated / equipped / informed. Consider the value of hiring a community manager.
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NOVEMBER 3, 2009 [Content management systems, Wiki] Out With The Old…Rethinking Outdated Intranet Portal Models Part I – Introduction
“Traditional” intranet portals that are simply presentations layers with a back-end content management system just don’t cut it anymore. Instead, organizations want their employees to generate peer-to-peer content using 2.0 functionality like blogs, wikis, and tagging instead of relying on one-way messages from the top. Tweet Sean R. New Web 2.0
BUZZ MARKETING FOR TECHNOLOGY | FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 2008 [Content management systems, Wiki] eLearning & Deliberative Moments: The present and future of Personal Learning Environments (PLE)
« Home | First-hand comments about Citizens' Assemblies » | ASCILITE 2006 success » | My first deliberative event » | Reading about Habermas » | Yarra River Values Forum coming up » | Deliberation is complex » | Publish or perish » | The plight of the Systems Dynamics modeler » | The complexity of learning » | YackPack for group discourse » The present and future of Personal Learning Environments (PLE). It was originally part of a class wiki. eLearning & Deliberative Moments. and an expanded view of ePortfolios. MORE >>
LAUREL PAPWORTH | SUNDAY, MAY 23, 2010 [Content management systems, Wiki] Australia Sharepoint Conference June 16/17 2010
This article on IDM – Image and Data Manager has a good wrap up: While it is estimated that SharePoint is Microsoft’s fast growing product, the likely reality is that in many instances the product is not being fully utilised. and I had a poke around on Wikipedia to read more about the actual software: Microsoft SharePoint , also known as Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies , is a content management system with integrated search functionality developed by Microsoft that allows users to work in a web-based collaborative environment. Interesting. MORE >>