I’ve never been the world’s biggest user of LinkedIn, but if you’re looking to connect with senior managers/corporates, this is the most likely place to find them. Great article on Social Media Today on getting the most out of it – and the infographic they use: Like It? Share it...
An interesting use of data by LinkedIn: LinkedIn, the social media giant, has started publishing details of what each university’s students do after graduating. When users register with LinkedIn – a social network for professionals with more than 238 million members worldwide – they are asked to give information about their alma mater and their […]
I have to say that I think Linked-In has got better over the past year, so I’m more inclined to check in on it, though not daily in the same way as I do Twitter/Facebook: Like It? Share it...
Some interesting stats on the BBC website – read on for more. Facebook continues to grow apace (globally), whilst Twitter, Orkut and LinkedIn have slower growth. Not surprised to hear that MySpace and Bebo are dropping and that FriendsReunited is pretty much negligible, bit more surprised by Flickr – maybe it’s the fact you have […]
I followed this on Twitter at the time – I wasn’t able to go unfortunatlely, but a friend has just drawn the video to my intention, so no need to entirely to miss out. Really interesting debate with: “Stephen Fry, actor, journalist and celebrity ‘Tweeter’ and self-confessed technophile; Biz Stone, Founder and Chief Executive of […]
Following some of the feedback I received yesterday, I have re-edited some of this – it’s never going to be perfect, and I have marking to do, but I hope to develop this into something usable for the University of Winchester! Current trends in digital media focus upon crowd-sourcing, collaboration and bottom-up approaches to material. […]
SEE ALSO: Digital Media Trends 2.0. The following information I have created as a favour for the Evangelical Alliance, for their forthcoming newsletter. I suspect they may trim it somewhat, as I’m not sure they anticipated this many entries, but I have found it a very useful exercise to think through what each is used […]