September 2009

links for 2009-09-24

by Lee Hopkins on September 24, 2009 · 0 comments

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How Doctors Are Using Social Media The ultimate conclusion from our examination of how doctors are using social media and the web is that this is an area of rapid growth that our clients should be crafting a specific strategy for in relation to any of their product lines and marketing activities. (tags: socialmedia social […]

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Fabulous reminder from Jim Stewart

by Lee Hopkins on September 22, 2009 · 18 comments

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Even the most (to you) mundane things are pure gold to your fans – let them see inside!

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- a very cool set of tools to help you cut through the noise and actually engage with your employees

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links for 2009-09-18

by Lee Hopkins on September 18, 2009 · 0 comments

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Stats: Tuesday is Social Network Ad Day, But Probably Not for Women – The Steve Rubel Lifestream "'The Digital Disconnect’ Emerges'" study found that even though 52% percent of the 1,000 women surveyed have befriended or become a fan of at least one brand on a social network, 83% nonetheless feel 'neutral' or 'negative' when […]

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The wise communicator will get involved as soon as possible, even if just in a small way, lest their own career prospects become limited

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You may have seen the ‘shift’ video (I play it all the time in my workshops) but this will be the follow-up (and same music, too!)

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links for 2009-09-01

by Lee Hopkins on September 1, 2009 · 0 comments

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I'm not an AI-based avatar, I just play one One of my favourite SL thinkers, Botgirl Questy, on how she and others manage their multiple online identities (tags: botgirlquesty secondlife) Forrester Research List of reports on Virtual Worlds. Yes, they still exist; yes, they are still relevant; yes, I still believe they will be the […]

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