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Want to write better web copy? Over on the Whiteoaks blog, Abigail Harrison has posted a list of tips for writing online copy. It was timely, as I’ve got back to some fairly heavy-duty blogging recently, just as Google retire Google Reader. The post inspired me to add a some additional suggestions to 3 of [...]
This post is, at least in part, triggered by a guest post on Vicky Beeching’s cybersoul blog: Introverts, extroverts, and why Twitter is like Narnia. The post is by Tanya Marlow, and she brings a unique perspective to the issue. It resonated with a couple of posts written here back in 2008, so it seems like a [...]
At the end of 2011, during an interview at the Social Workplace Conference, in London one of the questions posed to me was “what conversations would you like to be having about social media in the work place in 24 months time?” Well, it’s twelve months on, so it’s an interesting checkpoint to see what sort of conversations [...]
This TED talk has now had over 500,000 views on YouTube. I started writing this post 3 years ago. It’s sat in my drafts folder, simply because there are so many things to say about it. And I wanted to get it right. I wonder how many critical business breakthroughs have got stuck, and then [...]
This post is a narrative on thoughts about community in and around the on-line world. It’s not complete, possibly not coherent, and is long. However, it does represents the output of a fascinating and thought provoking roundtable discussion convened by Bernie Mitchell, in the company of Misae Richwoods, Simon Darling, Filip Matous, Julie Hall at [...]
Roll up roll up, it is Social Media Week. Obviously every week is social media week these days, but this is an extra special series of events all around the world. First of all, by way of full disclosure, I am on the advisory board for the London Events, which might make me even more [...]
Bees are viewed as hyper productive, industrious creatures, working away industriously. The bee hive is the very model of business, full of busy bees. But what do they teach us about business?