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The Bamboo Project Blog

Buzz Marketing for Technology

OK as far as it goes, but so NOT getting to the real opportunities.Blogs are a conversation between the blogger and him/herself (a form of reflection) and between the blogger and his/her readers. Well if you regard laptops as simply a combo TV and book, then yeah, I guess its been a waste. Web 2.0 As long as we persist in seeing Web 2.0 Web 2.0

Mapping the Social Media Landscape

The Effective Marketer

The Effective Marketer Effectiveness is a discipline and it can be learned Home About the Effective Marketer Books Speaking Mapping the Social Media Landscape Infographics, according to Wikipedia are “graphic visual representations of information, data, or knowledge&#. Their creators vary widely, from bloggers, marketing companies, to nationally recognized magazines.


Grow Your Wiki

Buzz Marketing for Technology

enterprise 2.0. Enterprise 2.0 guest blogger. office 2.0. Publishing 2.0. Web 2.0. Web Content 2007. Web-based spreadsheet. Wikipatterns book. Wikipedia. International Forum on Enterprise 2.0: Ran Shribman says that companies can tap into the skills people are developing from their use of consumer Web 2.0

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The #1 Way to Improve Customer Loyalty and Satisfaction | B2B.

B2B Marketing Insider

Wikipedia and the Harvard Business Review describe it in these simple terms: The Service Profit Chain is a theory and business model evolved by a group of researchers from Harvard University in the nineties (among others James L. It also gave me the ability to directly measure analyst, media, blogger, and customer sentiments and comments about our company, our products, and our employees.

Best of 2007: Interactive PR


Wikipedia defines interactive PR as "the practice of using Internet tools and technologies such as search engines, Web 2.0 Expanding beyond the scope of his book, here are some of the best articles and blog posts of 2007 on maximizing the impact of public relations activities through interactive PR. tags: interactive PR, Web 2.0