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Do you “dance like nobody’s watching” on social media?

"Dance Like Nobody’s Watching ..." goes the saying, but is that true on social media? I was thinking about how I use LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram in very different ways depending on [...]

Wimbledon is the most popular grand slam on social media says @Repucom

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Twitter and IBM join forces

SAN FRANCISCO and ARMONK, NY – 29 Oct 2014: Twitter and IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced a landmark partnership that will help transform how businesses and institutions understand their [...]

Is Apple about to get social with the purchase of Topsy?

For some time now, Apple has been a stand-out as a company that has seemingly shied away from social media, while at the same time being very successful. All that may change with the news that [...]

The power of one tweet

Read how one tweet sent in 2011 helped shaped the next phase of Andrew Grill's career, and landed him a job at IBM. Read also how you can harness twitter for your own benefit

Social Business thought leader Andrew Grill joins IBM Interactive

Today I can announce that I am joining IBM Interactive to help grow their Social Business practice. I have greatly enjoyed my nearly two and a half years as CEO of Kred, and I am leaving the team [...]

Fake Fans, Celebrity tweets – is social media in crisis?

For many in the social media and marketing industry, the Channel 4 Dispatches program aired on Monday 5th August 2013 in the UK came as no surprise. You can watch a 2 minute trailer for the show [...]

Crossing the line – when is it right for a blogger to accept payment for stories?

An interesting thing is happening to bloggers that are becoming more popular – we are being asked if we would accept articles on our site in return for payment. As someone who has been [...]

What does it take to be a “Social CEO”?

Lately there has been much talk about “Social CEOs”, and I’ve been thinking about this post for a while. Two other posts prompted it – namely 1) The top 50 “social [...]

Huge opportunity for Australia to embrace social customer care

Earlier in the week, I blogged about a survey commissioned by Australian telco Optus looking at the future of business. As well as surveying 550 people working in companies, they also [...]