* Jennifer Leggio is at RSA ConferenceGuest editorial by Peter KimLeading up to SXSW and Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco last month, I thought a lot about the latest thinking in social media to prepare for panels at both events.
Eileen Brown delivers news on social media tools and trends and deep dive into business strategies.
Eileen Brown is a social media consultant and advisor who has been working with collaborative technologies for over 20 years.
At least Ev and Biz got their 15 minutes of fame, right? Remember Tom from MySpace? No, me neither. But at least he's rich.
Peter Kim posed the question during his Web 2.0 Expo panel in San Francisco a couple weeks ago: "Is it time for a Chief Social Media Officer?
The National Hockey League is kicking off the 2009 Stanley Cup Playoffs in social media style. The league is promoting and has sanctioned dozens of NHL "Tweet-Up" viewing parties across the U.
We live in a tech world of instant gratification that is enabled by the convenience of Web 2.0 technologies.
Twitter Web might not be safe anymore and users may want to consider only tweeting and surfing through third-party applications for the time being. Yes, I know, there are all kinds of issues with using a third-party anything.
This Fortune 500 company has implemented significant social business programs ranging from integrated marketing to internal communications, and even engaging with its technical community.
* Jennifer Leggio is on vacationGuest editorial by Cynthia FrancisIn Guy Kawasaki's own words at his keynote at the first UGCX Conference last month, "Nobodies are the new somebodies." He's right; the Internet combined with User Generated Content (UGC) levels the playing field, giving everyone the power of an equal voice to contribute to the conversation.
* Jennifer Leggio is on vacationGuest editorial by Michael LazerowAs CEO of a company that helps brands navigate the social media space, I often get asked how a brand can effectively enter and thrive in this relatively new and fast growing world. And the tougher question - how can they guarantee success?
The new book Me 2.0 by Dan Schawbel serves a real need for two sets of audiences. It will help readers transform their use of social media from purely personal purposes into career building tools.