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LinkedIn Profile Tips for Career Success

| January 8, 2014 | Comments
LinkedIn Profile Tips for Career Success

Your LinkedIn Profile is more than just an online resume.  It is also a powerful career tool if you invest the time into improving your profile. In the New Year, it is a good time to review your LinkedIn profile and make some improvements!

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Social Media Success Metrics

| January 29, 2013 | Comments
Social Media Success Metrics

Measuring the success and return of investment of Social Media is challenging.   Lux Narayan wrote an article earlier this year for Forbes titled Three Reasons Why There’s No Measuring ROI on Social Media.   In his article he states that the three primary reasons that ROI can not be measured for Social Media include:

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Publishing Twitter tweets as a Newspaper.

| August 28, 2010 | Comments
Publishing Twitter tweets as a Newspaper.

Twitter has well established its status as an online news source.  I use Twitter to find and share links to interesting articles about design, usability, photography, dog training, social media and technology.  Owing to the broad range of topics, sometimes I can tweet / share up to 50 or 70 links a day with the […]

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Social Media Legal Risks for Australian Banks.

| August 24, 2010 | Comments
Social Media Legal Risks for Australian Banks.

Overseas, many banks have embraced the use of social website to assist with healing the financial industry, develop trust with their customers and to promote their latest deals.    Lon S. Cohen described five ways international banks have embraced Web 2.0 technologies which include:

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Social Media success stories for Intranets & Websites

| August 22, 2010 | Comments
Social Media success stories for Intranets & Websites

Some incorrectly assume that Enterprise 2.0 is a term used to describe the use of consumer-orientated Web 2.0 tools (Facebook,  LinkedIn,  Twitter) by businesses to improve their communications internally and externally.    Web 2.0 and Enterprise 2.0 do share a similar foundation as highlighted by Andrew McAffee’s SLATES model, however there are significant differences between […]

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