Monthly Archive for July, 2010

This guest blog is written by J-P De Clerck, who is an experienced interactive marketing journalist and blogger. Like Mindjumpers, he is associated with Social Marketing Forum. We know that people talk to others about products, brands and services. Word-of-mouth has always existed, long before online media did. And so has word-of-mouth marketing. But with […]

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Ever since Steve Chen, Chad Hurley and Jawed Karim created Youtube in 2005, it has been growing into the most powerful online video sharing site, enabling millions of people to share their stories with the world. The founders, who all met while working at Paypal, created Youtube because they wanted to share videos from a […]

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Using WordPress Like a Pro

I came across a brilliant article by Mashable about 11 Ways to Speed Up WordPress. It’s brilliant, because as a company working on your online profile, it is absolutely crucial that you set up the best platform for your blog as possible and take into consideration the following measurements when you set up or adjust […]

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Old Spice Spoof nails it! New Spice – Study like a Scholar, Scholar Look at me! Now back to the blog! Doing a spoof of a popular commercial, film or simple a private YouTube hit, happens all the time, a few is good and a lot really bad. One of the most popular and talked […]

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Guest blog by Maria Hilden, Business Development Manager with a background in communications and public relations. She blogs at mariahilden.blogspot.com. Why do people of highly diverse backgrounds connect online? The notion of ‘tribe’ is the predominant way to convey what social connectivity online is all about. It cannot stand alone, however. Indeed, a preoccupation with […]

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Social media has been used as a channel for finding the audience and giving them something to talk about. In this case it was all about creating a buzz around a name – the name of the brand to be exact. Can a brand become word of mouth within days? The Indonesian headache reliever brand […]

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While the engagement in social media within the Danish hospitality industry still remain easy to miss, the Peruvian-based blog WorldClass Hotel Marketing News provides a blogpost on best practices on how to connect with hotel guests via social media – a blogpost that is worth mentioning and reading, not only for its insights but also […]

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On Friday, I am going to visit the SF New Tech – the Big Endless Summer Social event in Los Altos Hills, located in the San Francisco. About SF New Tech SF New Tech is the largest and longest running monthly technology event in San Francisco. Since forming in March 2006 more than 5,000 people […]

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Yesterday, the location-based network Foursquare hit the 100 million checkin threshold. The news of the great milestone was tweeted by Foursquare’s head of business development, Tristan Walker. The NYC-based startup is only about 1 1/2 year old and has been experiencing immense growth, especially since it was announced as the new dominating technology earlier this […]

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It’s time for a recap. Every day we post blog posts about social media, so I have collected 5 of our most popular blog posts within the last quarter. It tells me that our readers like to know about cases and to get the knowledge and tips on how to practice social media. Well, the […]

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