Does your business thrive only in a culture of competition, or can it also flourish in a culture of relationships, common causes, and meaning?
Top links: Open Badges for getting “recognition of the skills you learn everywhere”, the need for postnormal strategies, Social TV, Twitter engagement, and “a rant in praise of the unremarkable”.
Intimacy and serendipity are interwoven in the way Amanda Palmer does her art and her business, allowing value exchange to thrive and take many forms.
While Romney boasted of his experience in running successful business, it was the Obama campaign who adapted a lot of the methods and tools that smart and social businesses are now using.
Criminalising Internelt libel will harm freedom of speech by forcing online (and offline) behaviour to change from one of critical and creative opinion-making to that of subservience.
Too surreal for words – it’s amazing where decisions could lead us.
Social-calibrated brands / businesses know this by now: intrinsic motivation works best. 20th century motivations don’t work for 21st century tasks.
Brian Solis, in “The Rise of Social Advertising”, wrote about the report by the Pivot team on the state of social advertising and its opportunities. The Trends in Social Advertising …
Five years ago, you would’ve been called a twit if you insisted that the words ‘tweet’, ‘follow’, ‘reply’, and ‘mention’ were associated with a blue bird. I joined Twitter on …
[Note: Aside from blogging about the impact of social media in society, I also want to popularise the concept of Social Business. I’ve decided to post regularly about a series …