What would happen if you stopped everything you do online? What if you stopped: Blogging Tweeting Facebooking (is that a word?) Linking Commenting Interacting What would happen? Would anyone miss you? Would your clients? Your Community? If the answer is ‘yes’…do you know that for sure? If the answer is ‘no’, what can you do … Read more Would you be missed? Would I?
The High Priests of IT – And the Heretics by Cory Doctorow on HarvardBusiness.org Thank you, Jack Welch by Mike Neiss on The Tom Peters Weblog Innovation, invention and entrepreneurs by Jeffrey Phillips on Innovate on Purpose Solve the Right Problem by Paul Williams on the Marketing Profs Daily Fix Blog How Marketers Should Plan … Read more Links for March 15 2009
I’ve been lurking around the social web for quite some time experimenting with different systems and learning a tremendous amount from all of the ‘experts’ out there. I’ve been on LinkedIn, Facebook, MySpace, Technorati and many many other systems. I liked some and didn’t like some. I recently started using Twitter (@ericdbrown) and Friendfeed (find … Read more Ramblings on Social Media
hey everyone – I’ve been lax in letting you know that I’m on Twitter and Friendfeed…feel free to follow/subscribe. Twitter: http://twitter.com/ericdbrown Friendfeed – http://friendfeed.com/ericbrown
This book, with the full title of “Groundswell: Winning in a World Transformed by Social Technologies” is a must read for anyone trying to figure out how to benefit from the social networking phenomenon. This book is perfect for anyone who doesn’t understand ‘social media‘…and for those that think they do! It provides case-based examples … Read more Groundswell