Monthly Archive for October, 2009

Written by Thilde Vesterby Think Social is a new non-profit initiative dedicated to advancing the use of social media in the public interest. The mission of the project is to connect people and ideas to advance the use of social media to address the most pressing challenges of society. Think Social is built on the […]

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Written by Richard Lalleman Richard Lalleman is a guest writer on Mindjumpers blog. Richard holds an MSc in Information and Knowledge Management from the London Metropolitan University. Currently, Richard is working on projects and programmes to enhance innovation by developing organisational learning environments. A crucial part in this work is embedding social media tools at […]

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Written by Jonas Klit Nielsen Times are changing: Brands that use and embrace social media tools can flip everything around over the next couple of years. The world’s largest soccer brand Manchester United and huge brands like Real Madrid C.F. and FC Barcelona have been beaten by Liverpool FC in reaching 1 million fans on […]

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Written by Jonas Klit Nielsen When working with social media it’s not hard to find a topic to talk about with people you just meet or with old friends for that matter. One of the trending topics seems to be the discussion of companies closing down the possibility of using social media at work often […]

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Written by Thilde Vesterby Are you having trouble settling an argument or deciding who is right and who is wrong? Well, now you can get help online and let the world decide who’s at fault. On the community site sidetaker.com and with the Sidetaker Facebook app you can upload your side of the argument and […]

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Written by Jonas Klit Nielsen In this high speed evolution environment there was no doubt that it was time for Facebook groups to get a facelift. But is this the right one? In the beginning of this week, Facebook started to implement the new changes to groups and they’ve probably already changed all 45 million […]

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Written by Thilde Vesterby There is no doubt that crisis management has changed because of social media. If something within your company goes wrong the world will know – thanks to YouTube and Twitter. Take this very recent example: Just the other day, on October 15th blogger Jonathan MacDonald uploaded a video to YouTube. The […]

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Written by Thilde Vesterby As they have done last year and the year before, Mashable are now running this years Open Web Awards. According to Mashable, the Open Web Award is an international online voting competition that covers major innovations in web technology and achievements in social media.  You can submit any company, brand, person, […]

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Written by Tehneyat Waseem Sony Ericsson has made a really cool video in order to increase their customer base and to up their image. They allowed people in Barcelona to personalize a hopping ball, and this is what happened when 500 hopper balls invaded the streets of Barcelona: What we really like about this campaign […]

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Written by Jonas Klit Nielsen This post is based on an interview with CEO, Per Gasseholm and Marketing and campaign responsible, Erica Scott from BLEND a/s. On October 12th I praised the campaign “Blend the World” launched by the Danish clothing designer brand Blend in our blog. It’s a truly great campaign as it focuses […]

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