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3 Most Frequently Asked Questions on Customer Communities

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Media Co-habitation and Experience Design

by: Idris Mootee

I
was running an offsite scenario planning exercise with my three
business partners yesterday on the future of broadcast media. A lot of
interesting foresights came up. Just want to share some of the thinking
and after thoughts with you here.

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Green Content Syndication: Part II - Top Environmental Diggers

by: David Wigder

One of the most effective ways to syndicate content is to activate power users on sites such as Digg. Quite simply, “Diggers” uncover and bookmark interesting content – news articles, images and videos – for others to view.

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10 Forces That Shape Headline Writing

by: Ilya Vedrashko

I remembered a great quote from an old colleague of mine: "The web is the only medium in which you must create content which impresses machines." This is especially true for headlines, and, increasingly, not only blog headlines.
With online versions of traditional newspapers adding Digg Me
buttons and incorporating automated contextual advertising and other

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Web Shows What We Have Chosen to Care about

by: Lynette Webb

I’ve always been fascinated by efforts to map cyberspace… most maps seem to focus on the physical network connections but the ones I find the most interesting are those that try to map the diversity and connections between content. This quote nicely articulates why.

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Blended Distribution Strategies & New Marketing Opportunities

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Measuring Green Blogging Influence

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Decisive Factor Is Not how We Create but How We Consume

by: Lynette Webb

I've come close to buying the book "Cult of the Amateur" a few times now, but have shied away as I sensed it was going to be one of those books I threw at the wall every few pages in frustration.

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Book: The Cult of The Amateur

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how to turn your large organisation into a web 2.0 wizard in 15 steps

by: Yann Gourvennec

introduction

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