Wisdom Of The Crowd Or Idiocy Of The Crowd?

Wisdom Of The Crowd Or Idiocy Of The Crowd?

Last night I attended a presentation by Tom Purves entitled How “Augmented Reality” and the Mobile Web Changes Everything. One...

Social Media Baby Steps Don’t Have To Be Difficult

Social Media Baby Steps Don’t Have To Be Difficult

Yesterday evening I gave a presentation on “Maximising Social Media for Business” to a diverse group of communicators with the...

The Communicator’s Challenge: “We” Are Not “They”

The Communicator’s Challenge: “We” Are Not “They”

Last week I briefly touched on a big issue that, on reflection, is the bane of communicators across various disciplines:...

Social Media Monitoring – Disturbing Or Useful?

Social Media Monitoring – Disturbing Or Useful?

Marshall Kirkpatrick wrote a thought-provoking post today over at Read Write Web, looking at social media listening platforms like Radian6...

New Research Provides A Social Media Reality Check

New Research Provides A Social Media Reality Check

CNW Group and Leger Marketing today announced the results of new research into social media use in Canada (disclosure: CNW Group...

A Little Shortening Goes A Long Way

A Little Shortening Goes A Long Way

As micro-blogging services like Twitter, Brightkite etc grow, URL services are becoming a central part of every social media junkie’s...

Six Lessons From The Ghost Twittering Saga

Six Lessons From The Ghost Twittering Saga

Last week, I wrote a post about an a-list blogger (Guy Kawasaki) who used ghost writers on his Twitter account....

What’s In Your Social Media Toolkit?

What’s In Your Social Media Toolkit?

You can think of social media as a set of tools that organizations can use for a variety of purposes –...

Don’t Like What You See? Fix It

Don’t Like What You See? Fix It

Over the last little while I’ve seen numerous people complaining about how some social media tools are becoming “too mainstream”...

Governments Experimenting With Twitter

Governments Experimenting With Twitter

As Twitter experiences almost exponential growth (Nielsen estimates 1,382 per cent year-on-year growth from in website users alone), I’m seeing a...

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