One of the limitations of twitter is that if you want to share a website link such as http://londoncalling.co/2010/10/using-your-own-branded-short-urls-on-twitter-part-1 then the link actually [...]
As a regular and long standing blogger in the social, mobile, advertising, tech and digital marketing spaces, I regularly receive approaches from PR companies hoping to promote a client’s [...]
Update: 20 November 2010: Over 3 weeks have passed since I started the $100 RapLeaf experiment – still no word from Rapleaf….and don’t expect to hear from them. Over the last [...]
Forming, storming, norming and performing - how teams form and how you can describe a social media community writes Practical Futurist, Andrew Grill.
Amazingly I have held this post in draft for over 12 months (I have been busy working with blue-chip clients in social media and running after a 4 year old). I was prompted to take it out [...]
I am regularly introduced as a “social media expert” which is on one hand incredibly flattering, but on the other totally incorrect and inappropriate. When introduced as such before I [...]
While in Australia in July I had the opportunity to present to a room full of people who had never used twitter. I was also able to sign them up in real time and introduce them to a new medium. [...]