With recommendations and reviews everywhere online, trying to find out about the best tools for social media, blogging and content marketing is trying to get a drink from a fire hose.
Monthly Archive: February 2013
In last week’s post, we looked at the hazards of choosing a technology platform for a hybrid meeting before deciding how that meeting will be set up, who it’s supposed to serve, and what it has to achieve.
One of the best new strategies for making conferences more audience-friendly and less carbon-intensive might soon be dead on arrival—not because the answer is incorrect, but because event organizers are asking the wrong questions.
Our bread and butter revolves around social interaction. Twitter, Facebook, instant messages, text messages, blogs and a vast array of other online distractions compete for our attention and often suck us into unproductive activities.
And once that content is in hand, what do you do to wring every ounce of impact, exposure, and momentum out of the new knowledge you’ve generated?