Government vs Social Media and YouTube bullying video

Today the Australian Government stepped up it’s campaign to hide the extent the epidemic of bullying that is occurring in schools by banning the evidence. As social media sites continue to turn over the rock of social evils and shine a light on social ills that we assumed were “rare” or “exaggerated” the Government’s response…

Japan’s Tsunami is Gods Way of Teaching A Lesson – Social Media Fraud

If someone puts up a video on the social network YouTube saying that God is Good and teaching Japan not to be heathens by sending them an earthquake for Lent do you think: oh that’s so right! wot a nutjob! a fake – like LonelyGirl or some other prank. Attention seeking viral campaign thingie. UPDATE:…


Influencers- Friend or Stranger?

Do you listen more to strangers or to friends? When it comes to social media and the influencer who wins – those you know but aren’t experts or those you don’t know who are? Digg has changed it’s social networking strategy from spotlighting key influencers who “digg” a lot of articles to collect followers (crowd gatherers) to news from your friends. The savvy Public Relations social media advocate is planning campaigns based around our mates, not celebrity Twitterati/Bloggerati, no?

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