Posts tagged with »Communication«

Social Media Semantics – Part 1: To »Like« something

»When I use a word,« Humpty Dumpty said, in a rather scornful tone, »it means just what I choose it to mean – neither more nor less.« – »Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There« by Lewis Carroll –

Date posted
August 27, 2009
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Jo Wedenigg

Beyond dialogue with the Snow Leopard

“In delivery” it reads on my Apple Store account. »Snow Leopard« the sixth iteration of Apple’s Mac OS X will ship by the end of this week. In today’s post over at the brainwash blog I try to gasp at the secrets – if there are any – behind Apple’s communication strategy. So take a […]

Date posted
August 26, 2009
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Jo Wedenigg

What does success look like?

Success is a number. If you can’t measure it isn’t worth the afford. But what number do you look for? How can success be measured and what does it look like in a social media context?

Date posted
May 26, 2009
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Jo Wedenigg

Polluted communication

What’s it all about? Polluted communication is the term for information that is either unsolicited or sent by an unknown or at least not well-known communication subject, i.e. sender. Polluted communication not only relates to the information being transmitted but also to the dynamic process of exchanging information. It usually includes sending or receiving information […]

Date posted
May 25, 2009
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Jo Wedenigg

Please twitter!

Do you know what spam is? Unsolicited information that you receive and that is stuffing your mailbox. Web 2.0, social media and microblogging are taking spam to the next level. You don’t even get information. You receive thoughts of people you don’t even know. It is like reading someone else’s mind. Per se this isn’t […]

Date posted
May 25, 2009
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Jo Wedenigg

Fight for your right to … twitter

You may know Googlefight, where you can easily compare keywords in terms of their popularity. I recently stumbled upon some kind of twitter fight. It’s called TweetVolume and provides inisghts into which words are twittered how often. Despite its relativly childish interface, it may become a valuable source of statistics and insights when it comes […]

Date posted
December 23, 2008
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Jo Wedenigg