Monthly Archives: January 2012

Your First Social Media Contributions

In our previous post, Social Media Engagement Plan Contents, we laid out a suggested outline for your engagement plan. In this post, we talk about your first social media contributions. Some rights reserved by GollyGForce Your First Contributions Before considering … Continue reading

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Social Media Engagement Plan Contents

In our previous post, Social Media Engagement on Your Site, we took a look getting our Website ready for launch your engagement plan. In this post, we detail the contents of your engagement planning document. Some rights reserved by nedrichards … Continue reading

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Curation Gets a Boost from Twitter

My Twitter friend @dberkholz sent me an irritated message back in October complaining about all the Paper.li online newspapers (including mine, The Mike Ellsworth Daily) that glut his Twitter feed. After a bit of an exchange, he pointed me to … Continue reading

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Social Media Engagement on Your Site

In our previous post, Design Effective Social Media Community Processes, we examined some do’s and don’ts of community processes.  In this post, we give some tips on modifying your current Web site to be ready for social media. Engagement on Your … Continue reading

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How Can a Renegade Social Network Survive?

In the previous post, Even the Paranoid Have Enemies: Social Media and Law Enforcement, we examined some good reasons why the Occupy movement might want their own network, which they announced via a manifesto entitled The Global Square: Towards an … Continue reading

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Even the Paranoid Have Enemies: Social Media and Law Enforcement

In the previous post, You Say You Want a Revolution(ary) Social Network?, we examined why the Occupy movement wants their own network, which they announced via a manifesto entitled The Global Square: Towards an Online Platform for the Occupy Movement. … Continue reading

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You Say You Want a Revolution(ary) Social Network?

In the previous post, Anonymous’ Renegade Social Network Threatens Status Quo?, we took a look at the manifesto entitled The Global Square: Towards an Online Platform for the Occupy Movement that the Occupy movement (as in Occupy Wall Street) has … Continue reading

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