Customer centric communications. It is not about you.

Another Picture of the Masses of People in Hyde Park

I am following a variety of communication projects and numerous campaigns from time to time.

What I am really surprised at lately is how many social media consultants will actually run a campaign as if its content has to represent . . . →

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The lecture that was fun | Social media, the Paladin, the guy from Cairo and other adventures

World Domination | Social Media and some interesting research questions they raise

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My PhD advisor kindly invited me to give a lecture on social media and the research questions they raise for his module on Digital Creativity and New Media. I’ve done presentations for him in the past but . . . →

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Convergence, Connections and Social Media

I have the pleasure of being invited by my Supervisor to present two sessions at the E-Business: Strategy and Policy (EBSP) course at Birkbeck, University of London this semester.

I gave the first presentation today on some themes around Convergence, Connections & Social Media.

Convergence, Connections and Social Media

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Social Media and government. A note on communications.

Jump on the social media bandwagon Uploaded by Matt Hamm on 15 Oct 08, 10.07PM GMT.

We had this discussion the other day with Stavros Kontaksis (blog in Greek) – @stakon on Twitter – the fact that parties . . . →

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The question that comes BEFORE social media. Who are you and what do you want to do?

Anti-Social Media? Uploaded by Intersection Consulting on 23 Apr 09, 6.48PM BST.

I don’t know why but as comms people we frequently get over-excited by the latest shiny thing. In that respect I think we are a little bit like academic researchers – go crazy over . . . →

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Don't underestimate the need for social media

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I recently heard from a newspaper man that Twitter is definitely a fad but one which cannot be ignored. It kind of reminded me the old Nielsen study (back in April) which was much touted as a ‘twitter is a fad’ research (even though it was . . . →

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The one with the swearing

Again, another amazing piece of content – this time a presentation – which I ‘d love to incorporate into my Intro to Social Media work.

—————— Following a database meltdown (long live the server move processes) this post and any comments were uploaded again manually.

Social Media Revolution

I know a lot of people have published/ blogged/ tweeted/ shared about this video already.

I was just thinking that next time I present an Intro to Social Media I might use this before Brian Solis’ <a href="http:/

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How you can UNfollow thousands on twitter

Twitter icon for a fluid app Originally uploaded by mfilej

I blogged a few days ago on how you can follow thousands on Twitter or rather on how I manage to do it. It sure isn’t easy and I now follow about 1500 people (which I need . . . →

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How can you follow thousands on twitter?

Twitter icon for a fluid app Originally uploaded by mfilej When I did the Intro to Social Media I was asked how many people I follow on twitter. I said over 1500 but the accurate count (today at least) is 1901.

“Impossible”, the man said, “how can you . . . →

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