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Category Archives: Web 2.0
I enjoyed last week’s ENGAGE: NYC Digital Storytelling Conference. Talk NYC founder Derek Smith and his team put on a great event, featuring thought leaders from agencies, startups, and major brands. They covered the state of storytelling and where it’s … Continue reading
Cross-posted on Fusion Forum Neal Schaffer's book Maximize Your Social (Wiley) just came out, and this is exciting for several reasons. One, he just plain knows this stuff. If you're not already familiar, Neal (bio) is a Forbes top 50 … Continue reading
My monthly Content Marketing column, which ran today, offers content curation tips that are based on how the pros do it (meanling professional online publishers and news sites). The appeal of curation for content and social media marketers is obvious; … Continue reading
I am a big fan of author Doug Rushkoff, and have read many of his books, starting with Media Virus back in the late 90s.. Doug has a knack for being the first to spot and describe things which in … Continue reading
The Journal had a big What They Know article series about the growing market for information about online personal info and activities; it cast the vendors that serve the market in a pretty dark light. Earlier this year, TIME magazine … Continue reading
As I blogged last week, I spoke with Dr. Thomas Grant of Forrester about a new report: Tech Marketers Pursue Antiquated Marketing Strategies. Our wide-ranging discussion covered many topics that should be of interest to Flack's Revenge readers. The report … Continue reading
As I said in my post Rethinking the PR Pitch and Campaign: What this boils down to is that the objective for your next campaign might not be to snag that briefing, series or briefings, or exclusive… I also posed … Continue reading
I delivered a seminar to the Fusion PR staff last week, and re-played at this session the by-now-famous video by KSU Professor Michael Wesch, the Machine is Us (above), as part of a crash course in the power of Web … Continue reading
Can’t we all just get along? Well, according to CIO Insight – which reported the results of a study by Basex – just getting along, or collaborating by email, IM, and blogging is creating a great big sucking sound of … Continue reading
As the year comes to an end I thought I would share some fairly random (but hopefully coherent and interesting) observations and ramblings that have been on my mind. The fractionalization of media and information continued unabated in 2007. It … Continue reading