Posts Tagged ‘community

Last week I participated in a #CMGR tweet chat (a tweet chat for community management professionals). When I do find time to participate, it’s always a real treat, and so it’s one of my top tweetchats that I try to attend. Last week we talked about influencer programs. As a community “purist”, I’ve always felt […]

This post was reposted from the Nimble blog, with the purpose of retaining a copy of the blogpost in my blogging portfolio. I was working on a blogpost¬†the other day, talking about humanness in corporate social media, as well as the phenomenon of the professional and personal worlds blending. I knew that somewhere, a long […]

This post was reposted from the Nimble blog, with the purpose of retaining a copy of the blogpost in my blogging portfolio. There are many types of communities: there are user forums and more permanent communities – some “walled” and some open. Blogs are absolutely living, breathing communities, where comment discussions are oftentimes more valuable […]

Last Wednesday, Macala Wright Lee, Crosby Noricks and myself were amazingly lucky to share our passion for blending fashion and technology during our fashion and retail panel during Jeff Pulver‘s 140 Conference. The major issues we tried to tackle (as much as possible to do in 10 minutes) were: innovation in social sites and applications, […]


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