Computer based social media classes on how to use Twitter, Facebook fanpages, setting them up and also blogging and rss readers and so on.
Best social media campaigns, well, my favourite case studies anyway. Michael Watkins over at Mudo Media isn’t impressed. He thinks –via Digital Ministry – that social media strategists are all talk and no media. Is he right? Probably. But irrespective of whether anyone is actually hiring consultants, employing traditional agencies or just dumping it on […]
Not my usual well thought out – *frowns at you* – post , just some jottings on the consumer economy. BANKING 2.0 – social network personal banking and peer to peer loans will take off in a big way. Perhaps not the way Virgin Money/CircleLending, or Zopa or Prosper see it, but it will happen. […]
Are you going? Media 08 Australia’s Annual Report for Digital Professionals. Friday 7th March, 9.00am – 5.30pmJones Bay Wharf, Pyrmont, Sydney Australia’s leading digital media organisations, Fairfax Digital and X|Media|Lab, bring you a one-day executive briefing on all you need to know about digital media for the year 2008. “Media ’08” brings together world leading […]
EDIT: *getting cross* NO it’s NOT the same ACT. September was Crime and Terrorism. Federal Police inform ACA of sites that are blocked due to crime and err terrorism. December is Content Services. First is Opt In and Second is Opt Out. Cos we know that pr0n is so much worse than crime and terrorism. […]
I asked my network on Twitter (hmm a hundred or so followers?) to research how many companies were running tweets to announce news and links, and name them. They told me to not be so cheeky and do my own research…. *grumble* Ah well, a few came through with the goods. Namely Magnetic, JJProjects, NickHodge […]
From Mashable (why didn’t I see this anywhere else? hmmm?): Is Australia the New China? by Kristen Nicole Several privacy advocates are in an uproar in response to a bill introduced by Australia’s Parliament, which would grant the country’s federal police the power to control which sites can be accessed by users of the Internet. […]
Lots of chatter in online communities on this one – mostly from marketing people, not teens though: SPRITE PIONEERS NEW CONSUMER CONNECTIONS THROUGH MOBILE TECHNOLOGY The “Sprite Yard” is the first “community-to-go” that combines photo sharing, message board, planner, and digital downloads in one simple interface for mobile phones ATLANTA, June 6, 2007 – The […]