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In case you didn’t know already, March 24th is going to be date of Twestival 2011. Twestival® (or Twitter Festival) uses social media for social good by connecting communities offline on a single day to highlight a great cause and have … Continue reading →
Thank you for making this happen: @Oliverjlewis – Thank you for catching the vision and wanting to take it to the next level – can’t wait to rebrand the fine town of Croydon with you! @Timothygodfrey – Thank you for … Continue reading →
Below is question five of my Twitter game – #140exegesis. The rules are here. As always, I’d love to hear from people who aren’t on Twitter so please feel free to answer in the the comments box below!
The great thing about social media is that you can know what people are saying about you and your product at any given time. Scott Gould describes it as “trackable Word of Mouth”. This is useful for businesses and marketers … Continue reading →
I’m a BIG FAN Croydon. The people and places in my local borough are all very dear to my heart and it is a robust, effervescent community. However, it would be incredibly remiss of me to downplay Croydon’s seedy underbelly. Croydon is one of the … Continue reading →
Last week, during the Social Media for Social Change conference held at All Souls Langham Place one comment in particular stuck with me: Churches need to create quality content To which which my exact immediate thoughts were: Which seems harsh, but I think … Continue reading →