(NOTE: please consider the following a critique of an existing podcast – not just criticism. I know some of the people involved and feel comfortable in offering some advice in improving their podcast. I won’t link or show the podcast out of respect for them.) After watching a few episodes of a company’s first foray […]Read more "Sorry – this is not a podcast, nice try though"
Thanks to Richard Harrington from RHED PIXEL for posting these links. Although this is a group from the U.S. some of their ideas and strategies can apply and be used here in Canada – federal, provincial and local. Check it out! Richard’s blog post with the links Facebook group – New Media for a New […]Read more "Government and new media – Facebook group"
If you were finally getting around to setting up a profile on Facebook so you can be part of the latest new web crew, forget it. All the cool kids have moved to Twitter! Of course I’m being a little sarcastic . Facebook and blogs and podcasts are still going strong. It’s just that Twitter is growing in leaps […]Read more "All the twitters go tweet, tweet, tweet!"
Who manages your online presence? Things like your website, blog updates, podcasts, Facebook group, what others say about you out on the web, sends out Tweets on Twitter and the list can go on and on. Do you have someone who has a full-time job doing this or is it a task included in someones job […]Read more "Online community manager – a real job?"
Walter Schwabe, a social media strategist in Edmonton has put out a challenge to the global online web community through a Facebook group to promote donations to local food-banks. The goal is to post one million photos of one million food-bank donations before the end of 2009. Go to http://www.facebook.com/ and search for “fusedlogic Food […]Read more "Facebook Foodbank challenge"