Here is a new piece I published on the Community Management Appreciation Day blog yesterday. I have been on Twitter 7 years today. It seems like it was ages ago. … Lire la suite
Enterprise Social Networks are ubiquitous According to European analyst Lecko, 70% of firms have set up their enterprise social network this side of the Atlantic. Yet, is it working? Opinions … Lire la suite
Discovery Channel were the 3rd presenters in track1 of Blogwell on November 9 in Philadelphia with Amber Harris and Gayle Weiswasser delivering the presentation. Shark week is one of the … Lire la suite
Setting up one’s company is a difficult task. Stephanie Stewart wrote this very honest and straightforward report of her new social media venture entitled WiseOz. I thought that this report … Lire la suite
The tide of marketing is turning at last. After more than 13 years of battling against autistic — and largely inefficient — old world marketing techniques and visions, we are now witnessing a few cracks in the ice of top-down marketing strategy. Firstly, Regis Mc Kenna and Geoffrey Moore introduced new ways of dealing with clients mainly in the IT world at the end of the 1980s and the beginning of the 1990s. The approach was no longer demographic but behavioural.
There are risks associated with adopting any new technology, and Enterprise 2.0 is no different. Enterprise 2.0 holds the promise of dramatically increasing business productivity, stimulating greater innovation, and creating … Lire la suite
All recent studies demonstrate that word-of-mouth (WOM) has more of an impact than any other traditional forms of communication. Having a word-of-mouth and social marketing strategy is, therefore, becoming essential … Lire la suite