Angela Connor, online community strategist: » Online communitie Angela Connor, auteur de « 18 Rules Of Community Engagement », a une vraie passion pour les communautés. En plus de précieux conseils, elle nous livre ici une belle leçon sur la mission et les qualités requises pour être un bon responsable de communauté. Indispensable. Greenpeace vs. Nestle: How to make sure your Facebook page doesn’t become a PR trojan horse – Part 2 In Part 1 of this post, we did a quick recap of how Greenpeace and hundreds of outraged environmentally-conscious web denizens turned to Nestle’s Facebook wall to air grievances on Friday March 19, and essentially turned the company’s Facebook embassy into a battleground. If you missed it, check out the post (and the comments) here. Today, we’re going to look at ways that this Social Media management disaster (and PR black eye) could have been handled by Nestle, had their Social Media team (internal or outsourced) been prepared for that kind of crisis. We already covered some of the major points of how to avoid this yesterday (hiring professionals to manage your Social Media outlets, planning for crises, training in crisis management and real-time PR, etc.), so – for the purposes of today’s post – let’s assume that Part 1′s advice was taken to heart and that trained, experienced professionals are now in charge of all of the company’s Social Media properties, including Facebook. 1.
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10 Rules for Increasing Community Engagement Getting people to interact with others and upload content to a community-driven site enough may sound easy, but engagement doesn’t happen automatically. It takes time and work, and much of the right formula is deduced through trial and error. Here are 10 tips for increasing user engagement that work for news community web sites, but can apply to all types of online user-engagement communities. 1.
Seven Reasons Your Company Needs To Prepare For Crises Does your company have a communications plan for when it gets hit by a crisis? Chances are, you don’t. Time and time again I’ve seen organizations plow ahead with communications programs that focus on generating proactive results, but do little to prepare for the flip side. In the last few days we’ve seen another example of activism in social media, as Facebook users slammed Nestle for its environmental and business practices in the developing world. Fab Tree Hab Living Tree House This home concept is intended to replace the outdated design solutions at Habitat for Humanity. We propose a method to grow homes from native trees. A living structure is grafted into shape with prefabricated Computer Numeric Controlled (CNC) reusable scaffolds. Therefore, we enable dwellings to be fully integrated into an ecological community.
Starbucks Fans Can Become ‘Baristas’ on Foursquare - Bits Blog - Beginning Thursday, latte addicts who visit Starbucks outlets can get more than just a caffeine fix. They will also be rewarded on Foursquare with a barista badge. FoursquareThe Barista badge on Foursquare. Location-based mobile services like Foursquare are at the cutting edge of a transformation in the way offline businesses and their customers interact, by breaking down the barriers between the physical and the virtual.