Monthly Archives: December 2012

Thinking about your online social and professional identity

The sharing of images online through social media sites has become increasingly easy to do. Many of us can now take a photo using our mobile phone and share almost instantly via our digital social channels such as Facebook and … Continue reading

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Different ways to organise and bookmark your favourite weblinks

There are a number of different tools you can use to organise and bookmark the social media sites, websites and blogs you visit most. The likes of Diigo and Delicious enable you to save, sort, and search through your own … Continue reading

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Social Media Jargon: What are all these new words and abbreviations?!

On my Twitter page I have listed some of the words and abbreviations associated with Twitter and tweeting. These include: RT or Retweet – this is when a message is reused and the originator is acknowledged MT or Modified Tweet – a retweet that has been … Continue reading

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The Social Media Revolution 2013 by @equalman

Erik Qualman is a leading speaker on the use of social media, providing statistics and clear evidence of the phenomenal growth of social media. He is author of two excellent books which have gone on to be translated into many languages. Socialnomics: … Continue reading

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There’s more to YouTube than videos about cats (entertaining as they may be!)

YouTube continues to provide a social forum that entertains us through videos uploaded by individuals all over the world. In it’s 7th year (yes prior to 2005 there was no YouTube!) is now owned by Google. Three hours of video … Continue reading

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