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. 2003; Stokols, Harvey, Gress, Fuqua, & Phillips, 2005).

Blog Design for ROI Rule #3: Shower Attention and Appreciation On Your Community

ProBlogger

Today we’ll talk about integrating your community into your design. One of the great benefits is that an engaged community promotes your blog, providing word of mouth marketing. How do you show that you care about your community? How to shower attention on your community.

A digital media framework for smart marketing communications

Sherrilynne Starkie

Magazine reading time down 77.5 Before 2005 our goal was to get our clients in the news. Before 2005 this would have included customer magazines, flyers or newsletters. This means posting stories and managing conversations to keep the community engaged.

Facebook Intensive Class – Computer Class, 1 Day

Laurel Papworth

All your questions will be answered as your facilitator has been managing Facebook Pages with 1 million plus fans for several years and growing online communities in general for 20 years. Looking for a very indepth Facebook class?

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Social Media Training: 3 Day Intensive Advanced Class

Laurel Papworth

Lecture : Laurel was named in 2012 by Forbes magazine in the Top 50 Social Media Influencers globally, and Marketing Magazine named her “Head of Industry, Social Media”. Laurel is the CEO of The Community Crew managing massive gaming and online communities including Facebook and forums for reality TV shows such as Junior Masterchef. Students will develop strategies on how to monetize their customer communities.

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Cyberbullying and blogs – a case study Mumbrella

Laurel Papworth

If you move that into personal attacks – continually identifying e.g. pointing the finger and naming a person – you will find that you create a negative community with negative comments and a negative tone. The reasons why have to do with community practice… 1.

Social Media Intensive Course – August 2016 – Sydney Training

Laurel Papworth

Laurel is the CEO of The Community Crew managing massive gaming and online communities including Facebook and forums for reality TV shows such as Junior Masterchef. Are you looking for an intensive social media course for advanced or professionals?

Sydney Social Media Course – 3 Days with Laptop

Laurel Papworth

Laurel manages massive gaming and online communities including Facebook and forums for reality TV shows such as Junior Masterchef. Since 2005, Laurel has been teaching online community management at the University of Sydney and she has been managing virtual communities since 1989.

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The Top #Nifty50 Women in Technology on Twitter for 2012

Webbiquity SMM

Not only leaders in their professional lives, nearly all these women use their social profiles to express their passions outside the workplace, which range from NASCAR, art, travel, billiards, wine and music to community service, politics and, of course, family.

103 Compelling Social Media and Marketing Statistics for 2013 (and 2014)

Webbiquity SMM

are now active on at least one social network, up from 67% in 2012 and just 8% in 2005. More than 80% of B2B decision makers say they visit vendor-independent communities or forums, vendor-sponsored communities or forums, and LinkedIn at least monthly for business purposes.

Social Media Course – $176 – 13 June 2012 Sydney with @InforumGroup

Laurel Papworth

She was named in 2012 by Forbes magazine in the Top 50 Social Media Influencers globally, and Marketing Magazine named her “Head of Industry, Social Media.”

BABSONKNOWLEDGE.ORG: 6 Common Attributes of Knowledge Work and Knowledge Workers

Buzz Marketing for Technology

» October 14, 2005. Posted by Tom Davenport on October 14, 2005 04:09 PM | Permalink. Your experience squared with Danny OBrien who was cited in a NYT Magazine article last week about Life hackers. Elliott | October 20, 2005 04:50 PM. Communities. December 2005. November 2005. October 2005. September 2005. BABSONKNOWLEDGE.ORG. Knowledge Work, Management & Productivity. « Analyze This | Main. Knowledge Management Lives!

3 Day Social Media Intensive – Hands on! Sydney 2014

Laurel Papworth

Workshop Facilitator: Laurel was named by Forbes magazine in the Top 50 Social Media Influencers globally, and Marketing Magazine named her “Head of Industry, Social Media” Author of Social Media Revenue, Laurel has consulted globally including with Singapore Government and Middle East Broadcasting, and in Australia, with Westpac, Sony, local, State and Federal Government. Shares Hiya, I’m running my last 3 Day social media intensive for this year, in December.

Change or Die | Fast Company

Buzz Marketing for Technology

From Issue 94 | May 2005. See All Responses What do you want to ask the Fast Company community? Magazine. ); document.write( ); FastCompany.com | Where ideas and people meet. Feedback. Find People. Find Groups. Find Blogs. Search. Fast Company. Google. SUBSCRIBE. CURRENT ISSUE. ISSUE ARCHIVES. Innovation. Technology. Leadership. Management. Careers. Design. Social Responsibility. Work/Life. Connect with Fast Company. People. Ideas. Business Networking. Membership is free.

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. share photos and exchange messages with friends, and create communities focused on shared interests. MySpace: One of the earliest social networking sites, MySpace was launched in 2003 and acquired in 2005 by News Corp. Ning: Launched in 2005, Ning is a platform for creating social networks around specific areas of interest. Magazines. Real Estate.

What if You Can’t Find Your Niche?

ProBlogger

I launched ProBlogger in September 2004, and it wasn’t until 2005 that I went full time. ( What blogs or magazines do you read? Finally, if you’d like a hand brainstorming about your new niche, come over to the ProBlogger Community group on Facebook.

Seth Godin on Steroids: Here’s My Evernote Password

Viper Chill

2005 was our roughest year. ” Source: Inc Magazine. ” Source: Inc Magazine. As a result, Dean Craven Laycock insisted that he resign from all extracurricular activities, including the college humor magazine. ” Source: Inc Magazine.

Hawaii Officially Dips Toes in the Waters of Social Media

Bare Feet Studios

I personally logged over 200 hours of my time producing the event – 100% volunteer for this community service.

Personal Knowledge Management - Pollard

Buzz Marketing for Technology

November 2005. < £ Salon Bloggers & > November 23, 2005. -->. While we did not coin the term, what we use the term to mean has received considerable uptake in the KM community, and is starting to be used, at least in part and in pilots, in quite a few organization. © Copyright 2005 Dave Pollard. Darwin Magazine. Grist Magazine. Intentional Communities. Orion Magazine.

How to Save the World - PKM An Update

Buzz Marketing for Technology

November 2005. < £ Salon Bloggers & > November 23, 2005. -->. While we did not coin the term, what we use the term to mean has received considerable uptake in the KM community, and is starting to be used, at least in part and in pilots, in quite a few organization. © Copyright 2005 Dave Pollard. Darwin Magazine. Grist Magazine. Intentional Communities. Orion Magazine.

Friday Fun: For the Heart, Head & Soul

Diva Marketing Blog

In 2005, he created one the first higher ed blogs, Wharton MBA Admissions Blog , He was one of the first to incorporate student blogs as a support tactic when he taught marketing at University of Delaware. Two: The community votes on the best business concept.

Fifteen Years of Online Social Interactions

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

I became a big fan of playing games (bingo especially) at a little hub on AOL called RabbitJack’s Casino , which was considered a unique community within the AOL borders with a close-knit group of people from all walks of life.

When is Brand Evangelism a Crime? Exploring the Royal Caribbean.

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

In my upcoming book, The New Community Rules: Marketing on the Social Web ( Amazon link ), which is slated to be released in late Spring, I talk about the importance of brand evangelism as part of an effective community management strategy.

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A great opportunity for Nokia that no one has mentioned…

The Way of the Web

Integration with Xbox Live and gaming on mobiles has been mentioned by senior Microsoft staff for years, even before the Xbox 360 launched (One of the chief people involved in the Xbox project, J Allard, talked about it in-depth in an Edge magazine feature back in 2005).

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Atlanta Women In Social Media Marketing_1

Diva Marketing Blog

Began in social media marketing : 2005 (Bloggy disclosure GourmetStation was one of my first social media marketing clients. I've been blogging since May of 2005, and was an early adopter of Twitter and Facebook (when it went beyond colleges). 

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244: How to Find More Traffic for Your Blog Offline

ProBlogger

The first time I met him was at a conference, probably was in 2005, a blogging conference. The first ProBlogger event we ran was for 100 people but before I did that, in 2005 I ran a meet-up and 10 people came in. I know four of those people still today read ProBlogger and they’ve been reading ProBlogger since 2005. Now there’s lots of community groups out there who are doing this type of thing, a running free workshop on things. How to Promote Your Blog Offline.

How to Become a Niche Rockstar: The Guide

Viper Chill

Even though there are thousands upon thousands of micro-niches and active communities discussing the most peculiar topics, there’s still only room for a handful of ‘rockstars’ to emerge from each of them.

192: 3 Key Things Bloggers Do to Grow Their Blogs into Businesses

ProBlogger

Also, check out the Facebook group, the ProBlogger Community Facebook Group. Email is so important if you want to sell anything to your audience, if you want to build traffic to your blog, if you want to build community with your audience. If you think back to 2004, 2005 on the Internet, the big cool thing back then was banner advertising. We began to see in probably 2004 or 2005, people began to just show excerpts of their articles.

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192: 3 Key Things Bloggers Do to Grow Their Blogs into Businesses

ProBlogger

Also, check out the Facebook group, the ProBlogger Community Facebook Group. Email is so important if you want to sell anything to your audience, if you want to build traffic to your blog, if you want to build community with your audience. If you think back to 2004, 2005 on the Internet, the big cool thing back then was banner advertising. We began to see in probably 2004 or 2005, people began to just show excerpts of their articles.

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Social Pros 18 – Ike Pigott, Alabama Power

Convince & Convert

B2B Magazine, which also has a website, B2B Online, put out a little research this week that said that amongst B2B companies, 33% of them have “fully embraced social media marketing.” I’m in a little tiny unit now called “Strategic Issues and Community Affairs.”

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227: 3 Travel Bloggers Share their Stories and Tips

ProBlogger

Building that community early on was very powerful. I’ve got a regular writing gig with a magazine in Margaret River, that’s been going for two or three years now. I started the podcast in July of 2005. 3 Travel Bloggers Share Their Tips and Stories. Once again I’m handing the podcast over to you, our listeners, to share your stories and tips of starting and growing your blogs.

How to Build a Superblog: Insights from the Technorati Top 10

Viper Chill

TMZ, for example, was a robot hobby site up until December 2005 when it started to cover celebrity gossip as it still does to this day. With almost 200 posts per day, it’s hard to still think of the Huffington Post as a blog rather than an online newspaper or magazine.

The Future of Blogging: I Had to Tell You This

Viper Chill

The magazine industry is crumbling. Though both sites have been around since 2005, TechCrunch quickly established itself as the industry leader, with founder Michael Arrington’s personal rants and opinions gaining attention around Silicon Valley and beyond.

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