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- Video Social Media Insight 08: How to use visual elements in the Facebook Timeline
- Video Social Media Insight 07: Ways to do personal branding on social media
- Video-Interview: Do women fail to rule social networks?
- Video Social Media Insight 06: How companies benefit from transparency
- Video Social Media Insight 05: How to prevent a Social Media crisis
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Having an actual person to talk to rather than just a company logo open up a totally different type of dialogue with your stakeholders. Many people feel that companies appears to be more approachable, more open and even more authentic … Continue reading →
On a networking event in Jan 2012 I was interviewed by Tanja Gabler about women and how they network. From the answers of my fellow interviewee I gather that frankly I wasn’t too far off with my assumption that women are … Continue reading →
Many companies are still afraid of putting themselves out there to tackle the transparency that comes with social media and online communications. However, there are many benefits if they face the challenge. In this week’s Insight I am sharing what … Continue reading →
Putting your company or brand out there for the whole Internet-world to see and discuss will lead to a dialogue with your stakeholders – but sometimes that dialog can turn into the unwanted situation of massive negative feedback. In this … Continue reading →
On social media we share more than mere status updates. We share moments, inspirations, and passions. The new network ‘pinterest’ helps us to put pictures to these. Even though pics usually trigger more interactions within social media than just texts … Continue reading →
As promised last week, this weeks Social Media Insight is about strategies that can help you get ideas for content topics. A content strategy needs to be based on a clear idea of who you are (your brand is) and … Continue reading →
When I got a text message from a friend the other day I caught myself instinctively looking for the ‘Like’-Button. Facebook, Google+ and Co. taught me to show my approval of things to the world by clicking ‘Like’ – now, … Continue reading →