“The most influential people online” says the tagline for WebIt, an upcoming “Digital and IT event” (vague terms as nobody is sure anymore!) The idea isn’t new; a similar scheme had played out with the Influence Project some time ago. These sort of efforts are of course plagued with massive methodological problems. Obviously… Continue reading Measuring digital influence: the silly and the science
I removed absolutely everything from my profile on LinkedIn. It made absolutely no difference to the number of people visiting it (20 per week on average) or the number of people clicking through to my personal website.
Yes, yet another acronym. I am now officially a PE.C.A. I coined the term because it is going to become a popular profession. Not for me personally. I only got involved and am developing the know how in order to assist corporate clients. The problem is that the personal branding of their top brass is… Continue reading Personal Communications Advisor: better than golf
There is a gold mine of information within any company or cause waiting to get out. Think about hitch hiking to find out how.
Social CRM is more than just the next buzz word and additional acronym to learn.