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Last week I liveblogging several conference sessions at Brandon Hall. Sending one person to a conference can potentially educate your entire organization. think my frustration right now is that Ive realized how firmly entrenched people are in a sort of passive, one-way view of the web. Web 2.0 As long as we persist in seeing Web 2.0 Web 2.0

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Nuggets from Social Media workshops as of late. : Community Group Therapy

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Here are some random thoughts from a collection of these experiences and feedback from conference speeches: 1) Features are NOT user experiences: Warning…if you ask someone about desired user experience and they say wiki or forum, you have work to do. For example, if you go create an external facing idea portal but don’t do the hard work to drive process change internally with the functions that own the changes your users want - your idea engine could do you more harm than good. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 Web 2.0

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Is social media creating a generation of cowards? Your PR team was aware of most of these as it often had a hand in generating those placements. Six killer ways to boost blog traffic and revenue via social media , October 6, 2010 have some blogs that generate considerable traffic. Study shows Twitter users are powerful consumers , October 4, 2010 A new study finds consumers active on Twitter are three times more likely to impact a brand’s online reputation through syndicated Tweets, blog posts, articles and product reviews than the average consumer. Sales 2.0