How to stop Google Plus spam in calendar events and hangouts. TWO places to turn off!
Darren Rowse, Australia’s number one blogger is on the speaking circuit.
I hate it when I see that an audience has paid a truckload of $$$ to attend a conference and what they get is advertisements from the speaker on the podium. *smack* This came outof TEDTalks via Tim Longhurst (today): Thou Shalt Not Simply Trot Out thy Usual Shtick. Thou Shalt Dream a Great Dream, […]
Courseware for Social Media Workshops I’m going to gradually, as time permits, migrate all my courseware across to the new format, offer it for free download under Creative Commons for download (lulu or scribd), or physical colour workbooks via publish on demand Lulu (http://stores.lulu.com/laurelpapworth) . WARNING: I’ve ordered the new format printed workbook from Lulu but […]
Sydney Australia: I’m presenting at a public short (morning) course run through LAMP (Laboratory for Advanced Media Production) and AFTRS (Australian Film Television and Radio School) on 22nd April from 9:30 to 1pm. The fee is $60 and Jackie Turnure (Hoodlum) and Justin Baird (Google) are co-presenting. Innovations in Multi Platform Content A selection of […]
Satirical cartoon- even wouldbe bank robbers need social media training from PR. 😛 I will be in Singapore 31 March – 1 April teaching a 2 day course: Understanding and Implementing Social Media into Your Crisis Management Strategy When advice needs to flow quickly from group to group, social networks are critical in the dissemination […]
Sydney Event: Tuesday and Wednesday next week. Read the full program but the speakers are: Brian Giesen, Digital Specialist, Ogilvy PR 360 Digital Influence Australia Graeme Wood, Founder and Executive Director, Wotif.com Mia Garlick, Assistant Secretary, Department of Broadband Communications and the Digital Economy Francisco Cordero, General Manager, Bebo Andrew Cordwell, Director of Sales, Fox […]
Want to know where money will come from, when everything is free? Well, one area is real time events. Synchronous (happening now, not delayed) means you are either there or you miss out. No place shifting, time shifting, format shifting. So events become important. Sort of the opposite of a few years ago when concerts […]