Getup in Australia has had women in Australia speak election candidate Tony Abbott’s words – to an interesting effect. The long tail of political comment are not forgiven by the community if they are not addressed in a timely fashion.
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How to become a Leader and online Influencer through Social Media – presentation I gave FITT at a community luncheon on social networks
Laurel Papworth presenting on social media and leadership, brand reputation, for Females in It&T (FITT) in Sydney on June 12th luncheon. Come join us!
Wherever the grandkids are, the grandparents follow. This is not a-typical. MySpace has been primarily women over 35 since 2005, and 11% of members there are senior citizens. Who has the highest disposable income, most free time and greatest need to connect with family and friends at a distance? Particularly keeping uptodate with young members […]
*UPDATED – adding women community managers*Rod Peno from The Australian (IT) is asking for a list of the most influential Australian Women in Social Media. 50 of the Most Powerful and Influential Women in Social MediaRon Hudson – In every industry there are a few people who are inarguably outstanding at what they do. In […]
I’ve put my name down to speak at AussieChix (thank you Google!) – this is a good event for women to practice public speaking, or to speak about something you are passionate about. AussieChix microconference in Sydney and Melbourne: October 25 2008 AussieChix aims to help women in the Australian Free Software community participate in […]
First, the most important thing, from Read Write Web Article, BlogHer: Who Are Your Favorite Women Bloggers? (Thanks Marshall Kirkpatrick!!) Laurel Papworth, SilkCharm, a fabulous Australian social media consultant I’ve just recently discovered. Finally my fabulous-ness is recognised. Heh. Who do you think is an awesome female blogger – (that list is not only Australian […]