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

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

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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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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!

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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

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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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

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