Is Today Tonight Breaking Facebook Competition Guidelines?

Is the TV show Today Tonight breaking Facebook terms and conditions by running a competition requiring fans to like the Today Tonight Facebook page?  You can’t run a competition on Facebook, on your wall, by asking fans to like your page. You just can’t. And yet, Today Tonight is running a competition where the first…

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Australia: Cult of Traditional Media

I’m tired of being told that we bloggers, (which is, y’know, the general population) are: in an echo chamber and have no original thoughts, that we only copy and paste traditional media articles and add no value, that we find other bloggers we agree with and never hear the opposing point of view (*falls off…

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Australia Event: Social Networks and P.R.

I thought I’d post up the 10 minute spiel I gave the RMIT Communicator of the Year audience this morning. I took the “social network worst case scenario” storyline. Lots of fun, usually I focus on social media for Good Not Evil. A nice change. This is it, in essence: ******************************************************************** | View | Upload…

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