Monthly Archive for: ‘July, 2011’

Twitter – between a rock and a hard place

G+ is not a FB killer but seriously hurts Twitter It looks like Twitter is now paying a price for sloppy technology, ignoring it's long time advocates and lack of innovation. The "uncomfort" of Tweepl is growing rapidly. Robert Scoble just posted his view why "Twitter is boring"  Twitter revolutionized the way we communicate by giving us a platform for …

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Google+ what changes – a detailed review

Under the new Google Management – with Larry Page on the helm – things seem to change. Google+ is out and unlike the many products before like Wave, Buzz and others, G+ looks pretty promising. Is it a "Facebook Killer" like several early promoters suggested? I absolutely don't think so. Is it a "Twitter Killer"? That one is much more …

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Do you record every call, every meeting, every conversation?

Most likely you don't record every phone call you make. You probably also don;t put up a recorder on every meeting you participate in. And I guess you don't record every conversation you are having with colleagues, friends or customers. That was my thought too when I thought about the enormous amount of time people wasting with their email inbox. …

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Social Media Guidelines – encouraging and fun

I researched many Social Media policy documents in the last 2 years and what’s interesting is the different ways companies address and define social media guidelines. I have read policies where every paragraph started with "Thou Shalt Not….; and other polices looked like more like mystery books. Great to see many enterprises guiding their team and their social engagements in …

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