Social Media Time Management: Selecting Tools This post is the third in a multi-part series on Social Media Time Management, intended to supplement the content of the presentation I gave at BlogWorld Expo 2009. Click here to see the collection of posts in the series. When you’ve planned and are ready to actually start engaging in social media, selecting the right tools can go a long way to helping you manage your time. Remember, the tools you select should reflect what you’ve learned through your listening efforts, and help you accomplish the goals you’ve set. When it comes to social networks or types of social media, select two or three. Dance, Biology & New Media A Discussion "Relation between Dance, Biology & New Media" with : Thierry Giannarelli (France), Prof.Irfan D. Pridjambada (Indonesia) and HONF (Indonesia) Presented by HONF and Culturel Centre Français de Yogyakarta/LIP Jogja Saturday, 10th October 2009 - 04.00pm at HONF lab
How Facebook Brand Fans Interact Post ‘Like’ Hoping to build engagement with their fans on Facebook, brands and companies chase after “likes.” But engagement means different things to different people, and consumers are open to several different ways to interact on the social site. A January 2011 survey from Chadwick Martin Bailey and Constant Contact asked Facebook users who were fans of companies how they interact with brands on the site. Japan earthquake and tsunami: The moment mother nature engulfed a nation By Daily Mail Reporter Created: 12:48 GMT, 11 March 2011 Japan was today plunged into chaos after a cataclysmic earthquake sent merciless tsunami waves rushing through its helpless streets. The unforgiving tide of water unleashed after one of the biggest quakes in recent history obliterated tens of thousands of buildings, devouring almost anything in its path.
Toni Krasnic (Concise Learning) If you’re looking for the mind mapping webpage, click here. "The words of the language, as they are written or spoken, do not seem to play any role in my mechanisms of thought. The physical entities which seem to serve as elements in thought are certain signs and more or less clear images which can be voluntarily combined." –Albert Einstein Did you know that approximately 3/4 of our brain’s sensory resources are dedicated to vision?
An Integrated Social CRM Process If there is a characteristic that makes the current conversation on Social CRM so interesting and challenging, it is probably its intrinsic nature inherently disrespectful of departments, business functions, inside-outside boundaries, separate processes. Even only to imagine an organization that is able to generate business value strategically and operationally putting the customer at the center probably requires smoother operations and more transparent, more integrated, more coordinated actions from all the constituent parts. As if you suddenly pass by a group of soloists in separate rooms to an entire orchestra that plays in equilibrium but around the notes of a new musician that nobody knows. The Gifts for The Gifted Children « A Holistic View of The Human Being Young children, particularly preschoolers, usually strike us as bright, full of wonder, eager to learn, and artistically inclined. They delight us by asking questions like little philosophers or by making playful, aesthetically pleasing paintings that sometimes resemble the work of 20th-century masters. Assuming a normal brain and home environment, these gifts are nature’s largesse to most children. Occasionally, however, we observe a child whose abilities so far outstrip those of the typical toddler that we realize not all preschoolers are genuinely gifted. The more extreme the gift, the rarer the child. Sadly, we know far less about such exceptional children than we do about those with exceptional deﬁcits: retarded, emotionally disturbed, and learning-disabled children.
How Facebook is reinventing digital advertising The rise of digital content marketing is making it clear to forward-thinking marketers that thinking (and strategy) need to shift in order to find balance between an advertising/media buying model and newer paradigms in which marketers become publishers, creating and disseminating media and messages to their audience themselves. Developments in platforms and products over the last few weeks illustrate how quickly these shifts are accelerating. They aren't just affecting marketers, but also "real" publishers, i.e. media companies that are suddenly faced with new and largely untested ways to deliver and monetize their content. In the Q&A following the f8 keynote, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg was asked how brand advertising will change. His reply? Ads are becoming more social.