Community Management Tidbits – Freshening Up
Tips on how to wake up a tired forum.
Hesitation Generation Hesitation Generation. So as I travel around the ‘net, I also take note of what is happening in my own backyard. What I have seen is an odd and somewhat disturbing trend. I am the Project Manager for Able2know and in some ways it’s got its finger on the pulse. But, a caveat, the […]
Collaboration Do you like collaboration? C’mon, all the cool kids are doin’ it. Well … maybe. We Mean Well We all start off life (or, at least, us American type folk – your mileage may vary) learning to collaborate. First of all, we learn how to share. And we are broken into little groups. Furthermore, we […]
The Rise of the Auto-Service Economy The Auto-Service economy is coming. And as computers have increased in sophistication, as have other aspects of automation, it appears that the fundamental underpinnings of our lives are being altered. The Twentieth Century Consider how life was at the start of the twentieth century in the United States. Many […]
The Cyber Legacy What’s your cyber legacy? Introductions So you find a new site. You look around. And you think – this looks like a place I might like. Therefore, you take the plunge and you register. And it doesn’t really matter if it’s Twitter, or Facebook or Able2know. If it’s big enough, it scrolls and […]
The Deal Behind Online Community and Social Media Job Descriptions Social Media Job Descriptions! This is a shout-out to Blaise Grimes-Viort, Community Manager extraordinaire. His older blog post still rings true today. So in 2010 (it was his most popular blog post), Blaise outlined some differences in Social Media job descriptions. Blaise’s Theory His thinking is: […]