The art of communications, is to stick out from the crowds. Offer your public new and enticing communications, both in content and in form. The world of online communications is now moving faster than ever before. We have more tools at our disposal, which provide new opportunities to bring our messages and interact with our (…)
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“AddThis” is one of the main social media sharing sites. Just like “ShareThis“, which I covered before on this blog, they provide browser plugins and social bookmarking icons for 11 million websites. In short, they facilitate ways to “pass on” links via different (social) media.
In case you still needed convincing social media is not a trend, but a revolution: There are over 200,000,000 blogs in the world and 54% of bloggers post content or tweet daily. It took Radio 38 years to reach 50 million users. TV did better: 13 years, the Internet 4 Years and iPod 3 Years. Facebook on (…)
I took advantage of the long weekend here in Rome to do a major redesign of the back end engines in my network of blogs and social media tools. Over the past two years, I have collected over 300 sites which cover aid and humanitarian issues, development and philanthropy, advocacy and “social media for a (…)
When Sysomos, a social media research company, analyzed information about 11.5 million Twitters accounts, the results could not be but amazing and relevant: Twitter only picked up in the last six months: 72.5% of all users joining during the first five months of 2009. Most Twitter users seem to be either just ‘listening’ or are (…)
We ran a quick poll using Twtpoll with the question “Does your non-profit organisation have a blog?”. 20% answered their organisation did not have a blog. About half of the respondents indicated their organisation had one or more blogs, which were not officially endorsed. Only about 30% answered their organisation did have one or more (…)