Posts Tagged “social-media”
Replay of MPN Live now available discussing “Cloudification” with Jon Roskill, WPC12 speaker announcement, and preferred seating giveaway
by on March 9, 2012
Thank you again to all of you that joined us for this week’s MPN Live session that Jon Roskill and I hosted along with our Microsoft partner guests: In-Person Partner Guests: Ric Opal (@RicOpal) – Vice President, Peters & Associates. Chicago, Illinois Derek Drennan (@dcdrennan) – Regional Director PacWest, Neudesic.
by on May 21, 2009
There’s been a lot of speculation about Google and Twitter recently – acquisition rumours, partnerships and so on. It does appear now that Google has recognised that Twitter is a serious player in Search, and even has some key advantages so far as real-time information goes.
by on May 14, 2009
Never one to miss a PR opportunity, Richard Branson has cleverly released a very timely opportunity for entrepreneurs and Small Businesses, including those using Office Live , to upload short video pitches about their businesses to this page on Virgin founder Sir Richard Branson’s blog (remember keep your pitch to a maximum of two minutes). Each month, Virgin will pick out the top five videos, which will then feature on the PitchTV show, premiering on Virgin Atlantic’s in-flight entertainment – seen…( read more )
by on April 30, 2009
Microsoft cuenta con una unidad mundial de respuesta a emergencias, la subsidiaria mexicana recientemente accionó los mecanismos para el apoyo al peligro de la Influenza.
by on March 20, 2009
I came across this article in Computer Weekly, about how SMEs are using Twitter to save on marketing and recruitment costs. Whilst the sample size was only 500, if you take the findings that 17% use Twitter, then that extrapolates to a very large number when you consider that there are 4.6 million SMEs in the UK. The question for me is whether this is a short-term craze (like say CB radio), or is it a sustainable business tool that we should all be using
by on March 12, 2009
This is the first of a series of Guest-blog articles from Guy Clapperton, a freelance journalist who has specialised in the small business arena for over a decade. Guy contributes to the Guardian, Times, Financial Times, Independent and Sunday Telegraph and broadcasts very occasionally on the BBC
by on March 3, 2009
Listening to the views and perspectives of students was a central recommendation highlighted in the in the 2007 Diversity and Citizenship Curriculum Review . Technology has had a major impact on allowing schools to successfully meet the recommendations our students have made
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by on February 24, 2009
Loved this guest post on Chris Brogan’s blog. Although this post is accentuated to social media, I think it distils the basic essence of a solid “personal brand”