Our OASIS methodology purposely puts target audience understanding up front in the thinking, since this knowledge is crucial to creating a successful social media strategy. And universally, we spend a lot of time explaining the detail behind the high proportion of our project time allocated to figuring out these online behaviours, capabilities, and presence of [...]
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We came, we saw, we enjoyed. Thank you to the Podcamp Halifax 2009 organizers. You did a great job.
Our session on Social Media for Non Profts and Special Causes was well attended, and well received, largely due to the content — a special thanks to the following people for *being* the examples I could share:
As this post was published, we are conducting a Lunch and Learn with a Public Relations and Communications agency.
We’re finding a lot of what we do, is talk with many clients and agencies about how social media is impacting their particular organization. Sometimes we are asked to come in and talk over a sandwich, [...]