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what happens when your ‘star’ is poached by a competitor and becomes their ‘star’?

Mega thanks to Gary Hayes for this! Technorati Tags: gary hayes, social media, statistics, numbers

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

Thanks to the wonderful customer support folks at Bluehost.com I am back online — my own tinkering and a slight database hiccup meant that my blog had disappeared for the last 48-72 hours. Thank you again, bluehost team!

It was a small leap from Eve to this very blog before you and some would argue that the language hasn’t developed much in the interim, either

All in all, 126 pages of wisdom, insight and invaluable time-and tears-saving tips, tricks and tools.

I’ll let you know what I think once I’ve had a chance to check it out. Meanwhile, go grab yours while it’s still free.

As part of the 2nd Digital Media Summit I recently attended in Auckland, New Zealand, here are the slides I presented on the current state of social media in Australia.

So when I read comments in newspapers and online, or when I hear comments on radio and television that call people ‘firebugs’ I feel anger wash over me; such a term is a ‘feel good’, lightweight refusal to acknowledge what these people actually are – arsonists and murderers.

I want to have a look at how Social Media in Australia has responded to the devastation of the Victorian fires.