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The Social Media Community... is it a narcissistic, voyeuristic haven for gossipers who turn a blind eye to need?

We talk of having a community on social media, a community built on sharing what we do, liking what other people do, sharing what other people do, following, subscribing, befriending, clicking little hearts and so on. 2,746 more words

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What would happen if your word of mouth advertising went away?

 

Word of mouth is important in building your brand. You can have a great product or service, but if people don’t know about it then it does no good.   408 more words

What this digital world needs is some manners

There is a problem in society today. An epidemic of epic proportions. It’s time that someone say something about it.

I’m, of course, talking about the fact that we are too connected. 762 more words

#SMXChat is One Year Old! That's Like Seven in Twitter Years, Right?

A little more than a year ago, after a couple months of discussion and visioning, Ehsan and Mark decided to take the leap and start… 331 more words

Social Media Experience Chat

2013 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about…

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Serving a community than being served –the Cisco Learning Network story

The story behind the making of ‘Cisco eLearning Network’- A thriving community of about more than 6,00,000 energized and professionals who are actively interacting, collaborating, learning, mentoring, and preparing for certification exams through Discussion forums, Blogs, Video Interviews, Wikis, Other Web 2.0 technologies. 1,021 more words

Life Hacking

Social media's unrealized potential: building genuine community

(Photo by Helen Montoya Henrichs.)

As if we didn’t already have enough trouble believing that we have something to offer the world.

As if we didn’t already have enough trouble daring greatly and walking around in naked vulnerability. 1,304 more words

Wing Chair Musings