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There is only one thing that is guaranteed with social media and that is change

There's no doubt that we are in the midst of massive change and business evolution. The question is what does this change look, smell and taste like for business leaders? How can you be prepared?

Social media engagement: 7 rules for working SMART, not just HARD

This post provides high-level guidance for rookies who are just getting started with social media, as well as those who are looking to add more structure, focus and discipline to existing initiatives.

100 Ways to Become a Twitter Power User

CNNFortune reported 100 million Twitter users log in at least once a month. Half of those, 50 million, log in every day.

Linked open data: A quick start guide for decision makers

Although Linked Open Data (LOD) has yet to be mainstreamed, there are a lot of LOD already available.

blog socialmediatoday: 5 steps to operationalizing social media in 2012

Social media isn’t typically discussed in the same sentence with process and efficiency, but in the new year, operationalizing social media will be one of the biggest challenges (and opportunities).

Want to Avoid Getting Banned on Social Media? Learn the Rules

You can put a lot of time and effort into your favorite social media community, and consider yourself a “power” user, but your account is still at risk of suspension.

Steering Committee Groningen draws focus to the work packages

The second steering committee for the Opening Up project wants to get the focus to clear objectives for the different work packages.

Opening Up helps governments and enterprises with social media integration

Social media are now part of our daily lives. A first assignment for a local government is to use these social media channels in their own communications.

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