When I heard Beth Kanter and Allison Fine had created a book on non-profits, I had to pick up a copy. I’ve been following Beth on Twitter (@kanter) for a year and a half and had the opportunity to chat with her for a bit at the Twitterville party just over a year ago.
It’s safe to say that there is no one formula for presenting social media to your company. The approaches will differ based on your position in the company, the company’s culture, formal presentation processes, probably on the size of your company, and the receptiveness of the industry to social media. But if you believe, as I do, that social media is here to stay and that your businesses can benefit from the social revolution, then you should find some helpful tips here for making your big pitch.
Five Ways To Socialize Your Web Site.
Twitter has been giving my @jesseluna account the cold shoulder, not displaying tweets from others for over 8 hours. It’s 9:09AM Pacific Time and the last tweet update was at 35 minutes after midnight.
2009 was full of twists and turns. Big deals, big plays, and big hearts, on all fronts. These are my predictions for 2010.
B2B companies should not look to Twitter as a way to sell widgets, but to view it as a trade show.
If you’re using Twitter, there’s a good chance that you may fall into one of these four “twiques.”
Social Media Is People!