Aneesh Chopra, the U.S. Chief Technology Officer. Social networks becoming more relevant to offline lives I have been to every Web 2.0 Summit since its launch except for one (when I had a speaking commitment in Toronto), so it was good to be back at the venerable technology conference in San Francisco this week. This year’s event was not a … Continue reading
Here is part 5 of the series I will post over the next few months based on chapters from my new book, A Survival Guide to Social Media and Web 2.0 Optimization. This book is meant to be a guide to building an optimized foundation in social Web for beginners and advanced users alike. Chapter 5 of the book discusses … Continue reading
Tools to Build an Engaged Online Community View more documents from JD Lasica. Here’s the Social Media Bootcamp presentation I gave at Seizing the Moment, the workshop for ethnic media publishers at San Francisco State University the other week. At 41 slides long, it’s called “Tools to Build an Engaged Online Community.” (See it on Slideshare or download the PDF.) And … Continue reading
This past weekend, Qype expanded its European presence and launched its Italian site. For anyone who hasn’t heard of Qype before, the site originally launched in 2005 in Germany. Qype now boasts over 350,000 active users, who have contributed over 1 million local reviews. I previously wrote about Qype when I visited them at Seedcamp.
Socialmedia.biz partner, David Spark, shares a presentation he led in Toronto and explains how you can build your industry voice through social media. Continue reading
Here is part 4 of the series I will post over the next few months based on chapters from my new book, A Survival Guide to Social Media and Web 2.0 Optimization. This book is meant to be a guide to building an optimized foundation in the Social Web for beginners and advanced users alike. Chapter 4 of the book … Continue reading