interviews

There’s a new social network in town and it’s rustling up some interest in interesting places. Posse.com aims to tap into the power of personal networks to help bricks and mortar businesses become more successful. Founded by Rebekah Campbell, it is still in Alpha testing phase but is already garnering some interest amongst early adopters […]

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A great interview with Kevin, who spills the beans on what social media has done for the real estate group Raine & Horne in South Australia.

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We were bribed with the opportunity to sit in the new Cruze Hatch, a locally-made and Australian-designed new car from the Holden stable

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MY GREAT friend Shel Holtz interviewed me recently about what I’m up to with my doctorate. Here’s what I said… Lee Hopkins on Symbolic Convergence Theory and Twitter   For Facebook fans, you’ll find the video over on YouTube. Technorati Tags: shel holtz, symbolic convergence theory, twitter, business communication, lee hopkins

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DAN IS a marketing consultant based in Melbourne who services the small/micro business market. She interviewed me recently and the interview is now ‘live’. Dan’s excellent podcast is able to be subscribed to on iTunes – visit the iTunes podcast’s page. You can listen to Dan’s podcast over at iTunes and podomatic. You can also […]

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There’s a wealth of information that Frankie kindly shares, including that the Megan Washington advert (specifically shot for the campaign) generated over 10,000 ‘likes’ on Dell’s Facebook page.

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Answers to a MSc Marcomms student

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Who are they looking to reach; Why do they want to reach them…

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Courtesy of the suave, sophisticated and debonair (and almost 30 but don’t tell him I told you) Lukas Picton at Text100, I had the opportunity to catch some time with the very busy Simon Crisp at IBM (you can find out more about Simon at the bottom of this post). Simon is part of a […]

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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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I normally don’t get involved with politics, as long time readers of this blog know, but those who follow South Australia’s (or even Australia’s) politics could not have failed to notice that there’s been a bit of argy-bargy going on within the Liberal Party in the last few weeks. I’m not going to comment further, […]

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