book review

It’s funny how sometimes you receive something just at the point in your life when you need it the most. That is certainly the case with this book. On the eve of a new venture starting up and in need of some guidance and direction comes this excellent guide to success. As the author, famed […]

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Any social media initiative an organisation undertakes needs strategic direction, most often starting with addressing the question, “What problem are we trying to solve?” Answering, even just posing, that question helps move an organisation along a long way. The range of social media options open to organisations is vast—having an end-point in mind will help […]

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Much has been written about examples of incivility—the flame wars, the death threats, the ‘trolls’. But very little has been written on what to do about it if you are the victim yourself, or your organisation is. And nothing has been written as succinctly and calmly as this book

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Entitled, “The Five Key Elements to Nonverbal Communication in Business” it covers, well, five key components for good nonverbal communication.

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Social media ROI is more than just saying, “We grew 1,000 fans this month”; it’s saying why it is important that we grew 1,000 fans, and what the business outcome is of such growth.

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My new report from Ark Group: Measuring the Impact and ROI of Social Media – By Lee Hopkins and Anne Bartlett-Bragg  is out. Pre-publication price $275 plus gst ($15 postage and handling) – save over a $100. Here’s the Order Form [pdf] and here’s a summary [pdf]. Packed with practical tips and real-world insights, this […]

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It’s also a damn instructive one, too. Stellar Presentations: An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Giving Great Talks. Want to know how to present properly so that you don’t bore your audience? This book will tell you. What to know how to present so that you don’t look like a poor copy of the late, great Steve […]

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Mandatory reading from the brilliant folks at Step Two. I don’t know how long this offer will last. But follow this link to Amazon and get it while it does. Technorati Tags: james robertson, kindle, step two, intranet, reading, book, management, business communication, lee hopkins

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Chapter One explores the essential background to social media and explains why measuring and analysing social media metrics is so important to the success of any social media programme

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I’m lovin’ the new Kindle

by Lee Hopkins on January 30, 2012 · 2 comments

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Just before Christmas I was sent a new Kindle by Amazon. Very kind of them! I was too busy using it to write a blog post in time for the Christmas rush, but there’s never a wrong time to write about something you like (a lot) so here’s my review of it. It’s light, easy […]

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