Social Mediators 7 – Eqentia – Social Media Monitoring Tool For Enterprises

Dave Fleet

Eqentia is a social media startup headquartered in Toronto, Canada. In this week’s episode of Social Mediators , Eqentia’s CEO and Founder, William Mougayar , joins Joe Thornley and me for a discussion about Eqentia, what it does, who it’s aimed at and future plans for it. Still to come in Eqentia’s development – a comprehensive approach to social media metrics. Tags: Social Mediators social media monitoring

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Social Media in Action: Twitter and Emergency Response | Social.

Social Media Strategery

Events Calendar Subscribe: Posts | Comments | Email Social Media Strategery Best Of Best Practices Enterprise 2.0 Development Social Media Social Media in Action: Twitter and Emergency Response Tue, Sep 23, 2008 Social Media If you were reading the news or traveling by plane today, you probably already know about the JetBlue evacuation of JFK airport in New York today. I’m one of the leads for our social media/Government 2.0

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Revisiting the Web 2.0 Dictionary - Part I

The Marketing Blog

Home About In the Media 100th Post and 1 Year Completion Catching Up With Shane Warne April 10, 2008.6:29 Folksonomy – Tom is a ‘photographer’ and he wants to share his ‘Goa trip’ photographs via the web. As Thomas Vander Wal says, the folksonomy is a means for people to tag objects (web pages, photos, videos, podcasts, etc., The image on the left ( original source Thomas Vander Wal’s blog ) is an example of Narrow Folksonomy.

30 Tips To Be a Digital Storyteller

Ari Herzog

Create meta keywords and folksonomy tags/categories for each post. Blogs without comment choice = not social media. Distribute your new posts to social media channels: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc. Enable social icons. Everyone wants to be a blogger. After eight years at it, I know something about digital storytelling. I wrote the below list in 2013 and recently updated it, providing a primer for people who determine if blogging is right for them.

16 Tips for Using #hashtags HINT: You’re doing it wrong :P #socialmedia

Laurel Papworth

If you create content and don’t use a hashtag you are passing it through OWNED media (your subscribers) but it rarely escapes into EARNED media (other people who would be interested. Without the hashtags, status updates, tweets, social objects sit there waiting for the subscribers to see it. Hashtags are about SEARCH and DISCOVERABILITY of social objects. " TIP: include #hashtags to make your social objects on networks more discoverable by Search Engines.

Grow Your Wiki

Buzz Marketing for Technology

social. social media. Social Enterprise: Interview with 7thFloor Magazine. In the interview: Laurence Lock Lee explains how social network analysis reveals the connections between people and the resulting knowledge distribution network. Thomas Vander Wal explains folksonomy - using social taging to organize knowledge based on interconnections between people. La Rivoluzione dei Social Media entra nelle Imprese (Italian). About.

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Intranet Blog :: E-mail fatigue

Buzz Marketing for Technology

© 2006 Prescient Digital Media. Also helping overcome e-mail fatigue at leading organizations are effective policies on e-mail use and the use of social media such as wikis and blogs. Social media. If managed properly, the use of social media tools such as blogs and wikis can reduce e-mail volumes by as much as 30%. © 2006 Toby Ward - Prescient Digital Media. Taxonomy driven folksonomy. Intranet Blog. Main Page.

Fifteen Years of Online Social Interactions

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

Social Media Consultant and Tech Geek at Heart Home About Press Consulting Contact Sitemap Home > Personal , Social Media > Fifteen Years of Online Social Interactions Fifteen Years of Online Social Interactions by Tamar Weinberg on May 19, 2008 Share Many tech geeks will often say that their first forays into cyberspace began with a 300 baud modem and a BBS. but I was an early adopter of social networks from when I first opened my 3.5″