List of Brand-Side Corporate Social Strategists: Twitter Edition
FEBRUARY 28, 2011
Jeremiah Owyang recently published a fantastic List of Corporate Social Strategists for 2011 (Buyer/Brand Side) , an impressive compilation of individuals either holding the title or performing the role of corporate social strategist, defined by Jeremiah as “the business decision maker for social media programs – who provides leadership, roadmap definition, and governance; and directly influences the spending on technology vendors and service agencies..
Help Me Find My Next Job?
AUGUST 21, 2010
I’ve applied to several job vacancies over the past week including social media manager at a national retail chain, government affairs director at a pharmaceutical firm, marketing and communications coordinator for an urban affairs organization, communications manager for a health care advocacy organization, and chief of staff to a university president.
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Buzz Marketing for Technology
JUNE 27, 2008
accountants, instructional designers, education, consultants), knowledge that is both part of the physical product and the product itself (software engineers, hospitals, retail), and knowledge needed to produce and service a physical product (process engineers, customer service, repairmen). These would include industries such as healthcare, pharmaceuticals, defense contractors, and banks. skip to main | skip to sidebar. Connecting 2 the World.
Content aggregation drives viewers, but can it drive profits?
OCTOBER 12, 2010
Watershed Publishing , for example, has created a profitable business around trade publications in three sectors: marketing/advertising, retail/e-commerce and defense. ” Six sections will be edited continuously—pharmaceuticals, healthcare, energy, media & marketing, telecommunications and technology. ” Six sections will be edited continuously—pharmaceuticals, healthcare, energy, media & marketing, telecommunications and technology.
Science 2.0: Great New Tool, or Great Risk?: Scientific American
MARCH 17, 2008
The explosively growing World Wide Web has rapidly transformed retailing, publishing, personal communication and much more.