The Big Book of Social Media Offers Excellent Tips for All Organizations

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<p>Time to hold up a post office or two…<br />
I have fallen in lust with the Vanhulsteijn Cyclone.<br />
There is even a tumblr http://vanhulsteijn.tumblr.com </p>
<p>This looks very interesting …. if it would survive a bike race?” />Found at <a href=The Big Book of Social Media Offers Excellent Tips for All Organizations.

Let me share a thought that I am sure you’ve entertained at some point in the past year: Social media can feel overwhelmingly commercial.

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Conversation Agent: Do Customers Really Want to Co-Create Your Product?

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My pov. Minimum position is that value is always created outside the company. And at the max it is indeed c0-creation.

Found at Conversation Agent: Do Customers Really Want to Co-Create Your Product?.

 

Do Customers Really Want to Co-Create Your Product?

Business Model Canvas

Innovation is a fundamental component of true market differentiation — and consequently a key component of business growth

To be continued at Conversation Agent: Do Customers Really Want to Co-Create Your Product?.

 

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Read this: When does the online community manager’s job begin

Life Process of a Successful Community
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Reading When does the online community manager’s job begin? – Many community ma… http://ow.ly/17lQKQ

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Reading Millennials Need Instant Gratification @Social Media Today

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Why is it that Millennials demand instant gratification?? If you put yourself in our shoes, though, can you blame us? We grew up on technology. I used a computer for the first time in the fourth gra..
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Apply Knowledge Management 3.0: This time it’s personal

Found at  KM 3.0: This time it’s personal.

KM 3.0: This time it’s personal

Most people have just started to understand KM 2.0, but it was already a hot topic back in the old days (2007). It has not been very successful so far, and I believe the main reason is that it doesn’t solve the real problem with knowledge management.

Here is a simple overview of the differences between KM 1.0 and KM 2.0 by Mixotrichabased on a presentation by David Gurteen. I have added KM 3.0.

KM 1.0 KM 2.0 KM 3.0
KM 1.0 KM 2.0 KM 3.0
techno-centric people-centric productivity-centric
command and control social practical
centralised monolithic systems decentralised ecosystems personal and decentralised systems
email, newsletters, databases social tools (blogs, wikis, IM’s) personal, social, practical
KM is extra work KM is part of my work KM is helping me do my work
IT select the tools I select my tools We select our tools
(IT + I together)

It’s time to move on to KM 3.0, and finally solve the real problem.

To be continued at http://www.ppcsoft.com/blog/km-3.asp

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Reading Blogging Innovation: Role of Social Media in Creating Word of Mouth and Customer Experience

Found at  Blogging Innovation: Role of Social Media in Creating Word of Mouth and Customer Experience – Innovation blog articles, videos, and insights.

by Paul Williams

Role of Social Media in Creating Word of Mouth and Customer ExperienceWhat’s the role of social media in creating Word of Mouth (WOM)?

You could say there are two parts to WOM – the analog and the digital.

  • Analog is person to person… face to face. I’ll also put written and print media into the analog category.
  • Digital WOM is converted and stored in a format that can be sent and re-sent electronically.

Social media refers to tools that allow us to easily spread the story electronically, digitally. Like a pyramid marketing scheme I tell my network, and they tell theirs, and they tell theirs… Social media tools (blogs, Facebook, Twitter etc) make the spread easy.

To be continued at http://www.business-strategy-innovation.com/2010/02/role-of-social-media-in-creating-word.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed:+business-strategy-innovation+(Blogging+Innovation+(Hosted+by+Braden+Kelley))

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SharePoint 2010 Social Computing Overview from Matthijs Hoekstra made me a SharePoint fan

Up to now I never appreciated SharePoint. The orientation at documents and the dominance of IT-departments were the main obstacles for me. After having watch this video, I believe that essential Enterprise 2.0 features are embedded. And this may transfer the power from the IT-dinosaurs to the operational field!

Great to see and indeed if there is substantial deployment – and that will happen – the Enterprise 2.0 will accelarete. Just wonder if the leadership will be aware of that.

Found at  SharePoint 2010 Social Computing Overview | Matthijs Hoekstra | Channel 9.

: Matthijs Hoekstra | 2010–01–31 @ 2:18 AM |
In this (Experimental) presentation from SharePoint Connections 2010 in Amsterdam you will learn all about the new social computing capabilities of SharePoint 2010. Social bookmarking, tagging and ranking, blogs and wikis and social search for people. After an introduction about Social Computing from Daniel McPherson, Robin Meure and Mark van Lunenburg demonstrate how social computing works in practice.
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5 Lessons for Bloggers From Chris Brogan’s Presentation to Dallas Social Media Club

Trust Agents
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As a biker I understood that looking at professionals and then acting accordingly, results in substantial improvement. As a blogger I follow the same principle. Great read to see the point of view of one of the world-class bloggers. Hope that you can connect to it and act!

Have fun as a reader and as blogger!

Found at http://how-to-blog.tv/general-blogging-tips/5-lessons-for-bloggers-from-chris-brogan

by Jerod Morris on January 22, 2010

Post image for 5 Lessons for Bloggers From Chris Brogan’s Presentation to Dallas Social Media ClubBy almost any measure, Chris Brogan is one of the most successful bloggers in the world.

If you are new to the blogging game and thus unfamiliar with Brogan’s work, here’s a link (hint: look who’s #2) that provides just one quantified example of the esteemed reputation that Brogan has built over the last decade. He has built this reputation based on his ability to use, and teach others how to use, “social media and both web and mobile technologies to build digital relationships for businesses, organizations, and individuals.”

In addition to his widely read blog ChrisBrogan.com and highly influential twitter account, he has a book out called Trust Agents that was a New York Times bestseller.

To be continued at http://how-to-blog.tv/general-blogging-tips/5-lessons-for-bloggers-from-chris-brogan

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