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Clippings from the BetterComms Garden

by Lee Hopkins on November 2, 2009 · 0 comments

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articles that are MOST DEFINITELY worth your time reading!

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links for 2008-04-02

by Lee Hopkins on April 2, 2008 · 0 comments

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10 Cool Uses of Twitter | Geekpreneur Still think Twitter is for the birds? This collection of twitterific tools will help push you over the edge (or over the cliff). I am going to get an Adelaide traffic update going on twitter. More news soon (tags: twitter traffic adelaide adelaide_hills)

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links for 2008-03-29

by Lee Hopkins on March 29, 2008 · 0 comments

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Hashtags – hashtags I have been wondering how to track certain events — such as Adelaide traffic for speed cams or something. This may be the service… Not sure how it will work out, but there is definitely a service needed in Adelaide that bypasses the 8 radio stations we (tags: twitter speedcamera road traffic […]

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links for 2008-03-25

by Lee Hopkins on March 25, 2008 · 0 comments

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Introduction to \”robots.txt\” If you ever wanted to make sure that only certain sections of your website could be ‘found’ by the search engines, or ensure that certain parts/pages weren’t found, here’s how (tags: google howto search tutorial useful web robots.txt)

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links for 2008-03-24

by Lee Hopkins on March 24, 2008 · 0 comments

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We’re all doomed! “Internet is addictive, addicts are mentally ill” proclaims psychiatrist Hat tip to Trevor Cook who spotted this over at news.com.au. I guess you could count me as one of the addicted; Mrs BetterComms would certainly support the claim (tags: addiction health internet psychiatry trevorcook mentalhealth) ALA TechSource | Planning a Virtual World […]

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links for 2008-03-23

by Lee Hopkins on March 23, 2008 · 1 comment

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Ad:Tech – Brand marketers still looking for digital marketing solutions Jennie Beattie reflects on PR and the recent Ad:tech conference. The points she makes are very valid and will inspire a longer post from me shortly. Great post, Jen! (tags: digitalpr pr brand newmediajen adtech marketing socialmedia)

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links for 2008-03-22

by Lee Hopkins on March 22, 2008 · 0 comments

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Social Media- Talk is Cheap for Businesses | chrisbrogan.com Another in his excellent series of articles about Social Media and business. Thought provoking and definitely worth reading (tags: blogs business community presentation socialmedia tools) The science of religion | Where angels no longer fear to tread | Economist.com A huge study on religion and its […]

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links for 2008-03-20

by Lee Hopkins on March 20, 2008 · 4 comments

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Young PR: does your social media effort equal spin or substance? Paull Young on why so many companies still get it so wrong. Social Media is NOT about ‘viral’ and ‘spin’ and ‘snaring new customers’. It IS about sharing and GIVING before receiving (tags: blog blogger Blogs journalism links marketing media pr social YoungPR PRBlogs) […]

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links for 2008-03-19

by Lee Hopkins on March 19, 2008 · 0 comments

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TED | Talks | David Keith: A surprising idea for “solving” climate change (video) Blimey! You NEEEEED to watch this! Climate Change is solvable, is do-able right now. Winners, yes; losers, yes. Politically sensitive, yes. Mandatory watching, yes, yes, yes. (tags: environment TED science climatechange climate video research future government green ideas politics change) The […]

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links for 2008-03-16

by Lee Hopkins on March 16, 2008 · 2 comments

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8 Groundswell Examples: News, Education, Religion, Cops, Restaurants, Music, Conferences, and Analysts Jeremiah Owyang on groundswells of public movements via social media. Fascinating! (tags: owyang web2.0 socialmedia socialnetworking socialnetworks) A Groundswell at SXSW: How The Audience Revolted and Asserted Control Jeremiah again on how twitter and other micro-blogging platforms can take over if the audience […]

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