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I AM now offering two-day in-house workshops on social media, covering both the tactical essentials to get your organisation started and the more in-depth strategic issues. Harnessing the latest tools to time-effectively manage your online reputation and relationships, you will learn how to make your online communication activities successful. You will learn from numerous case […]

My friends at Melcrum are gearing up to run their annual Strategic Communications Summit – a highly-regarded event in the internal communications industry. They are now calling for papers: Across the globe, we’re all gearing up for SCM Summit season and we want to know what you’ve been working on. Have you got a compelling […]

Despite only being into the third month of 2011, the world has already seen a trio of devastating natural disasters this year. Tragic events that have been made all the more real for the rest of the world through sites like Twitter, YouTube and Mixi. It’s fair to say that the communications landscape has changed […]

A long discussion on Facebook started by Heidi Miller about the pros and cons of PowerPoint and Keynote introduced me to another presentation tool, Prezi. On the same day, I received an email from Michael Kolowich, founder and CEO of KnowledgeVision. The two tools — Prezi and KnowledgeVision — are not in competition with each […]

Here’s the slidedeck and videos I used in today’s presentation to the LGMA (SA) at the Adelaide Zoo. LGMA(SA) Social Media: the bear facts View more presentations from Lee Hopkins Technorati Tags: lgma, local government, management, social media, business communication, lee hopkins

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Presentation at Anglicare National Conference

by Lee Hopkins on September 16, 2010 · 1 comment

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Here’s the presentation I gave to the Anglicare National Conference yesterday, 15th Sept 2010. I didn’t capture a sound recording of it, unfortunately, but you should be able to get the general drift of things. Anglicare and Social Media – Sept2010 View more presentations from Lee Hopkins. Technorati Tags: anglicare, charity, not-for-profit, nfp, social media, […]

But what we can’t do is tell you in advance whether Twitter is going to be a better bet for you than Facebook. Sorry.

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the pros and cons of digital mediums in this new era of PR, fan power and brand democratisation