communication

What Would Charlie Do?

by: David Armano

I'm a sucker for successful communication whether it be visual, written, or oral. So take a look at this presentation from Scott Gavin titled "What is Enterprise 2.0"?  It uses a persona based approach to tell a story.

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Ten (Nine) Questions with Anastasia Goodstein

by: Guy Kawasaki

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Web2.0 Business Readiness Self Assessment & IABC Presentation

by: Alexander Osterwalder

This week I was invited to do a presentation on social media for the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC). While preparing the slides I thought I'd through in a little extra and added a quickly done tool (I see it as a prototype):  A Web2.0 Business Readiness Self Assessment Canvas.

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Rise of the artist site

by: David Jennings

The flipside of sites run by fans is of course sites run by artists, and yesterday the New York Times ran a feature — Sex, Drugs and Updating Your Blog (hmmm, not a bad title; I wonder if I could adapt it…) — about what it refers to as 'B-list' artists and how they communicate with fans online. 

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Networking: burden or pleasure? It depends on how you approach it

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Social Media Disrupts All Company Communication

by: Karl Long

I was inspired this morning by Daniel’s post on his Emergence Media blog titled Marketing Changes: CMOs, Evangelist, Social Media Programs, Website Strategy Positioning, it’s a very meaty article and worth a good read.

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The Conversation Age

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The Seven Tips for Agency Survival

by: Alain Thys

If advertising is so effective, why are CNN, airport billboards and business magazines free from ads in which agencies promote themselves to business audiences?  I always ask this question "tongue in cheek", but lately the cheekiness is waning.  Ad-effectiveness is plummeting all-round and both brand owners and consumers are nearing the point where indifference turns into annoyance.

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In Order to Exist Online We Must Write Ourselves into Being

by: Lynette Webb

A few days ago I got 'meme-tagged'... thanks Alan. broadstuff.com/archives/153-Putting-the-Me-in-Memetics.html

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xbox and yahoo games have very different interaction

by: Lynette Webb

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