Monthly Archives: August 2010

15 Excellent Corporate Blogs to Learn From

Tweet This article is borrowed from this source: This post originally appeared on the American Express OPEN Forum, where Mashable regularly contributes articles about leveraging social media and technology in small business. Creating and maintaining a corporate blog, or a blog of any sort for that matter, isn’t always the easiest of tasks and doesn’t […]

Making social media truly social

Tweet This article was borrowed from this source: When I go to most Facebook fan pages or follow brands on Twitter, I see a lot of promotions and deals.  While this is a great way to build up initial numbers, I think many brands are missing a big opportunity to tap into how people are currently […]

4 Reasons JetBlue Nailed Their Social Media Response To Crazy Flight Attendant

Tweet This post was borrowed from this source: The August 9 tale of a JetBlue flight attendant “blowing the slide” after apparently blowing his cool on the tarmac at JFK went viral almost before the passengers got their luggage. The next day, we reported on a YouTube ballad about the incident. The majority of media analystsfelt […]

Why Your Company Needs a Social Media Policy and 14 Corporate Social Media Policy Examples

Tweet This article was taken from this source: Yesterday I wrote about how to sell social media to your marketing department, and as a follow-up to that question, I received another email from the same person indicating a big reason why internally their marketing department still doesn’t want to move forward: “After more in-depth discussions […]

On AmmanTT & Politics

Tweet Today is another AmmanTT event, but this time it is different. The timing is in the morning and it is a totally different format, we are having the Minister of ICT H.E Marwan Juma discussing the new upcoming Information Systems Crime Law. It is 6:30 AM the morning before the event and I have […]