online communities

Identity and Self in Online Communities

by: Matt Rhodes

There are many issues of identity online. For some the internet offers people the opportunity for people to represent themselves in a way that suits them. They can make themselves sound much more exciting than they really are in social networks if they so choose, talking about a band they just love and not showing certain photos that might be embarrassing from the weekend.

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A Presentation about Community, by the Community - The Finished Presentation

OK. So here is the finished presentation from my presentation crowdsourcing experiment (back story here) that I gave at yesterday's conference. In the end I had about 30 slides contributed. I've tried wherever possible to leave them in as original state as I could, but (perhaps inevitably) I've had to make the odd tweak, usually just to aid the flow of presentation, and ensure that the slides linked together reasonably cohesively.

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Now Even the Mafia's on Facebook

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Insight from Online Communities: 4. Rating and Voting

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Discussing Customers in Social Networks (BBC Radio 4 Interview)

by: Matt Rhodes

Last year we wrote about the case of the Virgin Atlantic employees who were sacked for talking about customers (and indeed their employers) in social networks, and why you should be careful what you say on Facebook. At the time we wrote that:

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Defining Community Management - a Starting Point

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Five Ways to Engage Your Customers in 2009

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Five Ways to Use an Online Research Community in 2009

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Five Things that Probably Won't Happen in Social Media in 2009

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The 4 C's of Community

by: David Armano

From latest contribution to Ad Age Digital:

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