Monthly Archive for June, 2010

In relation to my blog post ‘Improve Organizational Efficiency via Social Media, Part 1’ where I addressed how Mindjumpers, as an organization, seem to have great benefit from working socially, and thus improving organizational efficiency, I would now like to address how the adaptation of working socially can positively influence the relation to, and collaboration […]

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As a continuation of one of our previous blog posts about the social media platform Hoist, I would now like to address how the organizational adaptation of working socially positively influences the workflow of internal processes, thus improving the organizational efficiency. As mentioned, Hoist is a browser-based working platform build on the idea of social […]

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I have previously written about the advantages of running a company blog and some of the strategic considerations to make to get you on the right track. In this blog post I will quickly go through some of the most popular blogging services. There are pros and cons for all of them, but it depends […]

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An important date The United Nations has designated 26thJune as the International Day Against Torture to emphasize the importance of the right to personal dignity and security of all individuals around the world, guaranteed within the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Through joined efforts from bloggers all over the world, today will hopefully be a […]

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The large social media blog Mashable founded by Pete Cashmore is celebrating social media with a Social Media Day on the 30th June. According to Mashable there are plenty of reasons to celebrate social media, because it has changed our lives – not only in the way we communicate, but also in the way we […]

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We have stumbled across this useful resource made by the Candadian marketing company Eloqua. The 42 pages long Social Media Playbook contains information and best practices on blogs, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, YouTube, Wikipedia, Delicious, Flickr, Google Buzz and Geosocial Networks. The report is to give you information on how to engage and interact more effectively […]

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In a previous post, I have already written about some of the advantages of running a company blog, so this post will mainly be focused on some of the strategic considerations to make to get you started. At a later post I will get into the practical stuff like finding a service. 1. Be strategic […]

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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. Viral marketing is one of the most applied methods in online marketing. The arrival of social media and the integration with other interactive marketing methods like […]

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I am a strong believer of social media and the fact that technology can make our social lives more convenient. A huge event like Roskilde Festival that takes place in Denmark 1-4 July is a good example of that. The festival uses social media with their blog, community, Facebook page and Twitter profile etc., which […]

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Guest blog written by Christian Hermansen – a hyper person living and working in Stockholm. He is fascinated by media and what you can do with it commercially and personally. Honestly, I don’t like the concept of an Event. What I hate even more is a Happening or what about a Stunt. It sounds both […]

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