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From Shared Databases to Communities of Practice: A Taxonomy of Collaboratories

Buzz Marketing for Technology

From shared databases to communities of practice: A taxonomy of collaboratories. From Shared Databases to Communities of Practice: A Taxonomy of Collaboratories. The types are: Distributed Research Centers, Shared Instruments, Community Data Systems, Open Community Contribution Systems, Virtual Communities of Practice, Virtual Learning Communities, and Community Infrastructure Projects. Community Data Systems. Virtual Community of Practice.

How to Grow Your Fitness Blog to 100,000 Monthly Visitors in Less than a Year

ProBlogger

On the other hand, it’s the companies that make millions per year by selling meal plans, diets, supplements and sometimes just hope to help those people achieve their goals. In the middle, we have giant websites (newspapers, online magazines, etc.) Build a community around your blog.

Best Social Media and Digitial Marketing Research and Statistics of 2011, Part 1

Webbiquity SMM

companies now use social media for marketing (though the figure varies widely based on size of company)? companies now use social media for marketing. 22% of Fortune 500 companies have a public-facing blog that has at least one post in the past 12 months. 500 companies.

Confessions of a CKO: What I Should Have Done

Buzz Marketing for Technology

May 2004. < £ Salon Bloggers & > May 31, 2004. -->. I have already written about where I think KM is headed: From content to connectivity , with social networking applications and expertise-finding and community-building processes taking over in priority from the populating and management of massive, just-in-case, context free repositories of documents, and From corporate content management to personal. © Copyright 2004 Dave Pollard. Fast Company.

Friday Fun: For the Heart, Head & Soul

Diva Marketing Blog

One: Within the public forum entrepreneurs ask the business community at-large for advice. Two: The community votes on the best business concept. Sure have come a long way from when Elisa Camahort , the fonder of BlogHer, launch the blog for 42nd Street Moon (Theatre) in 2004.

Technology for Small Business

Buzz Marketing for Technology

From building business to getting a straight answer, social networking sites offer up a wide-ranging community. Friese found LinkedIn helped her get in the doors of companies she wanted to participate in TalentEgg. ?I Orkut: A social network launched by Google in 2004. share photos and exchange messages with friends, and create communities focused on shared interests. The best way of describing it would be my companies? Magazines. Real Estate. Careers.

Diva Marketing Talks Blogger Relations With Susan Getgood and Liz Gumbinner

Diva Marketing Blog

Susan Getgood Susan Getgood has been involved in online marketing since the early 90s, and watched the web evolve from the first browsers to the interactive communities we participate in today. Diva Marketing Talks is a live, internet radio (BlogTalkRadio) show. 30-minutes. 2-guests.

278: Evolve Don’t Revolve Your Blogging

ProBlogger

I’ll talk about evolving your engagement with your readers, how to build community on your blog, how to find new readers for your blog, and then, how to monetize your blog. . The second pillar is community. It’s persistence with community and engagement that is so important.

Where Does 'Transparency' Fit In The New Social Media Marketing Model?

Diva Marketing Blog

Unlike most business strategies, social media is built on a culture that is developed by the people who are involved in digital communities. we opened it up to the community to discuss on our blogs, on Twitter and in a few emails. in the end it isn't the bloggers, the company or the agency that will dictate the success.it's The company name on that person’s business card doesn’t matter. brand/company, then I think complete transparency is called for.