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Recruiting Landscape Changing over Next Few Years

Recruiting Landscape Changing over Next Few Years

At E Week , they shed light on a new research done by Robert Half, International which believes that over the next three years, professional...

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Corporate Blogging

Corporate Blogging

Are you thinking about starting your corporate blog? Here’s a great list of some Fortune 500 Companies that are already doing it. Take a ...

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What happens when you take the community out of online communities?

What happens when you take the community out of online communities?

With the end of the writer’s strike, many TV fans are rejoicing with returning their returning TV series. The show Gossip Girl , which is ...

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Let's Not Forget Face-to-Face

Let's Not Forget Face-to-Face

There is no doubt that online communities have become robust, sophisticated, and customizable to a degree never seen before. Aside from many...

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Facebook: Creating networks no matter who you are

As reported in the BBC Friday, April 18, the Prime Minister of Denmark, Anders Fogh Rasmussen organized a group of 100 people to go jogging...

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Segway Scooters get a Social Network

According to AdWeek , Segway Scooters have started a social network. Segway scooters are self balancing electric scooters for adults. ...

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Social Media is about the People

In a recent post at Cosmedia, Geno Cosme brings up a very important point that is often forgotten when it comes to social media companies a...

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Podcasting plans for Community 2.0

As a guy who's done a fair bit with podcasting over the last couple of years -- both producing my own show and editing episodes for cli...

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Community 2.0 Webinars This Week!

We’re excited to deliver to you the most up to date information directly from the experts. So this week, we have two webinars on community ...

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Social Marketing Efforts

Today, the internet is seen as a place to strike gold. With little effort, you website and/or online community will instantly take off, and ...

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Six Tips to Starting Your Social Media Project

At the Beacon Marketing Group blog, they’ve recently posted six ways to start your new project. Change is not something that is always wel...

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The Power of Twitter

We've often posted about the reach of Twitter. Often as a business user we might wonder how effective we can actually communicate with o...

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Facebook’s New Blog Post Application

Facebook’s New Blog Post Application

One of the downsides to Facebook was that you would have to exit the site in order to write a post on your favorite blog site. Six Apart h...

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AP Joins Online Video Distribution

In a recent article at CNet, they reveal that the AP News Network has been working with Microsoft to create an online advertising system th...

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To Each Their Own

To Each Their Own

Here’s a great graphic I found on Tim O’Reilly’s blog . Le Monde displayed this graphic in August of 2007, detailing by continent which so...

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Facebook: To Ban or Not to Ban?

There is an ever-growing debate on whether employees should have access to Facebook in the work environment. This presentation on eWeek h...

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Community Connect bought by Radio 1

Community Connect was bought by Radio 1 for a price of $38 million. Fox Business reported this Thursday, April 10. Community Connect i...

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Understanding the power of communities - even when you do not have a critical mass of users...

Understanding the power of communities - even when you do not have a critical mass of users...

[cross-posted from emergence marketing ] Based on research in the field of virtual communities, most business thinkers will agree that the...

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Answers from: WE' Company: The New Competitive Edge Webinar

On Wednesday, author, Barry Libert and I did a webinar leading up to the Community 2.0 event . The theme was "Building a 'WE' ...

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Record Companies feeling Push to Adapt Online Communities

In a recent post on CNet, they shed light on EMI ’s attempt to adapt the ever-growing digital world into a system that has had trouble ad...

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Beyond Second Life:  Kids drive virtual worlds

Beyond Second Life: Kids drive virtual worlds

The future of virtual worlds focus is kids. In this recent article at the New York Times focuses on the success of Club Penguin and Webk...

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Reading Meets the Internet

In an experiment to keep relevant with the ever-evolving social media tool, Penguin Books has set out to find a way to use Twitter to tell...

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TweetClouds Taking Over

There’s been a recent buzz about the latest applications released from Twitter called TweetClouds and TweetStats . This latest CNet artic...

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Levels of Engagement in Online Communities

In a recent blog at Social Media Today, Colin Delaney lists what he believes are the four stages to interaction with online social media. ...

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Budgeting for Social Media Marketing

Budgeting for Social Media Marketing

At EMarketer, they recently took time to look into the current spending on social media by enterprises. In this article , they uncover that ...

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Building a 'WE' Company: The New Competitive Edge

At the Community 2.0 event, we’re dedicated to bringing you the most up-to-date information on opportunities in building your online web com...

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Facebook Beacon’s New Enemy

Facebook Beacon’s New Enemy

Facebook recently launched privacy controls in which users are able to choose what part of their profile is visible to friends. The proble...

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Participation in your community

At Sean O’Driscoll’s blog, he recently wrote a blog contemplating the nature of participation in communities around the internet. First o...

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Social Networking: Will it ever be a huge business?

In a recent article at the Economist, they discuss the current state of social networking. The article began by addressing the fact that ...

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