This entry started life as a Tweet on Twitter.
Using Twitter to generate ideas and content, then exploding them up to an article on a blog is a useful business medium. It has immediacy and followup. A good momentary idea can be exploited and expanded into a useful article or business document. And if you forget it, it just remains as a brief statement.
The “drivers” behind the extraordinary rise of social media include cost (lack of) and traffic jams (avoiding). It is easy to form a party using Facebook, so long as you do not invite a bunch of strangers to your account (fans!).
But when you use it for what it is intended, it does spell the death of another “profession”. It is not just replacing the news media, it is replacing the need for IP distribution. All you need is a willing network.
How are you putting your business online? How are you building contact?
Social media is a revolution. And it is only just begun. It will change the way government works.
Tech News Blog
It has changed the way people work. But beware of carrying your Blackberry on holiday. Out of hour work can lead to inadequate downtime or even none. Is that in the best interests of your company?
NZ Herald article
Here are a handful of ideas that I found improved email management.
Maintaining a CMS each day is vital to stay in touch with your customers. Integration with Twitter makes this possible – even in a taxi