Monthly Archive for May, 2010

Guest blog written by Steffen Hedebrandt, who is passionate about entreneurship, networking, personal and professionel development, which he is trying to grasp through on Ambidextrous. He currently works as a COO at VintageandRare.com I have previously posted ‘LinkedIn – Your New Best Friend’ on Mindjumpers Blog, and would like to elaborate on some of the […]

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Yesterday, many people who run a Facebook page with customized tabs suddenly experienced that their custumized tabs looked like a mess: images had either shrunken or become blurred. It turned out that the changes was due to a bug and not due to the a change in tab width that Facebook been planning to implement. […]

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Cars – one of the products that always leads to a series of advertisements. I guess we all can virtualize how they look. A shiny car going along the road. Something about how safe it is and what pleasure it is to drive. Toyota has launched a campaign that takes a step away from the […]

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We have been working on this tremendous great project for the last five months and finally the day of launch have arrived. Together with the human rights NGO – The IRCT (International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims), we have developed a new identity to support and bring awareness towards an extremely important cause all powered […]

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The Danish newspaper Urban recently launched a facebook page to start a dialogue with users and readers in a new way. The page “Det må du (heller) ikke” (You’re not allowed to do that (either)) relates to a series of articles about the increasing number of rules and regulations in Denmark. Urban already has an […]

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For many of us studying and working with social media the overall concept makes perfectly sense. How connectivity between vast amounts of people produces content through social interaction. However, it can be very difficult to share this understanding with nonbelievers. Especially in short sentences at social gatherings, in a bar or where you tend to […]

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The evolution of social media has for the last two years been rocket-up-my-ass-blowing-away from the number of media, users, tools and services to the number of experts, ninja’s, cowboys and gurus.  And way to often it almost seems like the cure for everything for companies. To be honest in my darkest hour – I do […]

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Based on experience from several meetings with both medium and large companies in Denmark, one thing is striking: most organizations are yet to figure out where to place responsibility for social media. The touch points for a large organization when it comes to social media are many: • The marketing department taps into it when […]

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Mindjumpers collaborates with bloggers associated with the Social Marketing Forum. This guest blog is written by J -P De Clerck, who is an experienced interactive marketing journalist and blogger. The usage of social networks is increasing daily. Clearly, the whole social phenomenon is still far from over. Its impact for marketers and companies is huge. […]

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Are you considering whether it would be valuable for your business to run a blog. There are many excuses to get around the issue: “we don’t have the time or resources” or “it doesn’t make sense in our industry”. Many people hesitate on using social media including blogging because they feel like they can’t control […]

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