Archive | December, 2009

links for 2009-12-30

Real-Time Search — BackType Potentially really useful – but no RSS on queries! Disaster! (tags: backtype rss socialmedia socialcomments)

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links for 2009-12-27

Eurostar’s social media crisis / we are social Having monitored the Eurostar episode, I think Robin puts forward an excellent case for why We Are Social were *spot on* with their advice to Eurostar, and their (unpaid) help throughout the crisis. (tags: wearesocial eurostar crisis crisismanagement)

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What are people saying about… Eurostar?

Eurostar is to rail travel what Terminal 5 was to air travel. While Terminal 5 was slowly falling apart, I had the opportunity to put together my first ever monitoring dashboard for people who wanted to track what was going on. Since then I’ve played around a-plenty with dashboards and monitoring systems, so while I […]

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links for 2009-12-23

Radian6 Sentiment Analysis Review – Does Natural Language Processing Work? | Ignite Social Media Automated sentimenting? I still have a problem with it. So does Brian Friedlander, and he's taken the time to find out why. (tags: brianfriedlander ignitesocialmedia sentimenting monitoring)

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Dear Yahoo Pipes…

… it’s so hard writing this blog post I don’t know where to begin. So I’ll begin at the beginning. When we first met I didn’t think you were anything special. You had a nice interface and cute little modules, but I wasn’t bowled over, I must admit. No. It took a while, but then […]

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links for 2009-12-18

B2B Social Media Objections: Meet Fear, Irrelevance and Overwhelm. – CK's Blog Truly excellent take on B2B objections here. Most of them I think I've used in the past but it's a very neat, clear summary. (tags: b2b ckblog socialmedia objections)

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links for 2009-12-17

Buzz Marketing for Technology: 10 BtoB Marketers Predictions for 2010 B2B (or BtoB) is going to be an interesting space next year, so read this and find out why. (tags: b2b socialmedia buzzmarketing)

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links for 2009-12-16

ReputationOnline » Blog Archive » The surprising verdict on ghostwriting Looks like the debate is moving on. I like the summing up: “There seem to be three schools of thought here. The digital specialist that views a ghostwritten blog as a travesty, the agency that agrees with those specialists in theory, but defends its actions […]

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links for 2009-12-12

Reuters.com Very important keynote speech (tags: journalism) a shel of my former self – Google forces the social media issue I've already tweeted this but it's worth bookmarking too – Google may be your one-stop shop for everything now. Time to clue up. (tags: shelholz google socialmedia twitter microblogging facebook socialnetworks)

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