Enterprise Microsharing Reading List

this page is a work in progress… Some Good Overviews: http://jbordeaux.com/breaking-cliques-with-enterprise-micro-blogging/by John Bordeaux Trends to Watch: Twitter in the Enterprise; Will You Twitter Inside the Enterprise? by Jevon MacDonald Learn at All Levels: Enterprise Micro-Learning; Are Employees Twittering Away Productivity? by Marcia Conner for FastCompany Enterprise Microblogging as a Corporate

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Musicians’ Guide to Rocking Twitter

Publicist extraordinaire Ariel Hyatt (CyberPR) and I sat down last fall to talk Twitter for Musicians. I distilled  what I said in that interview into this quick-start guide for musicians wanting to make a splash using Twitter. Also see Ariel’s excellentMusician’s Twitter Road Map, here. UPDATE: I mis-linked to the

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While I Talked, People Twittered

Have you ever had an audience comment loudly on what you were speaking about while you were actually speaking? I did this week, and I found the experience to be weird, invigorating and a little bit scary. The scene was the New Marketing Boot Camp, a seminar I conducted with Chris

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Best Buy’s “Mix”: Enterprise Microsharing Goes Big

  IBM’s got BlueTwit. Oracle‘s testingOraTweets. SAP‘s experimentsinclude ESME, SAP Talk (laconi.ca),ShoutIt and apparently others.Yammer has an ad-hoc base at thousands of companies. But so far, no large corporation has rolled out microsharing company-wide. Enter Gary Koelling and Steve Bendt, Best Buy‘s Senior Managers for Social Technology, and better known

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Microsharing

What is Microsharing? Let’s start with the best-known microsharing application, Twitter. Twitter is a collection of remarks. It’s what a group of people–a very dynamic group of people who are connected and becoming more closely connected everyday–find remarkable. The connections between people, the ambient intimacy. Microsharing reduces the emotional and

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Top 10 NSFW Twitter Abbreviations

My first post for Touchbase, Top 15 Twitter Acronyms, enjoyed many kindRTs on Twitter and earned terrific comments.@stevegarfield,@melissapierce,@gregverdino and@jeffcutlerbrainstormed a new one for sending a your own tweet again: RERUN or abbreviated, RR. @LEMills was even kind enough to correct my grammar: those were mostly abbreviations, not acronyms. (There’s a

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Tweetsgiving: Raising Money out of Thin Air

Charities and Not-for-Profits should take note of Tweetsgiving. by Jeff Pulver. This guest post combines two posts that originally ran on his blog/as Facebook notes. A Project like Tweetsgiving is an example of how a charity can use social media platforms, in this case, twitter, for fund raising. Imagine being

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