Web 2.0 came in with a phenomenal wave of buzz, but if we want to rediscover it we need to take a step back.
Social Media and Sustainability goals have an important thing in common – they can streamline, and improve, corporate goals.
Social sustainability is about conversations that can inspire change – empowered by our newest technology.
Please note: this is a cross-post by Alasdair Munn. You can find his website here. Enter Alasdair Munn: I just love social media. I came across a 2 part article by Curtis Brainard entitled Public Opinion and Climate: Part I and Public Opinion and Climate: Part II through my membership to the social bookmarking site… Read More →
Collecting congruent people is not going to lead to meaningful dialogue – it is great to see a shift in the way people are using social media.
Social Media has interconnected, and made sharing, easier than ever. We are now approaching a more intrinsically multimedia world than ever.
Instead of social media becoming a time waster, it can be a tool for empowering the voices of our employees and customers.
Social Media has, unfortunately, been overlooked in the business setting. How can we change this outlook for maximum gain?
Social Media has everybody talking, but are they all talking about the same thing? It’s such a vast subject, with many different nuances, and disciplines.
We each want to have it all now, but we need to curb our personal goals. There are others in the world for heaven’s sake.