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Well, it is that time of the year where you either look back at what has happened during tha past 12 months or look forward to what is likely to take place in the upcoming year. Let's start with a landscaping of social networking in 2010. I dug this visualization...

Today's post comes from guest contributor Janet Slack, Business Coach, Social Media Trainer, Consultant and Solopreneur Expert at Solopreneur.Biz LinkedIn doesn’t get the attention and press that other social media sites like Twitter and Facebook do,...

The last and most personal one of my series of posts in covering the SMWF ! TGIF !! I'd really like to introduce you to the people who I think are innovative forward thinkers and great to be around. Top participant: Josh Chandler At 19, he was by far...

A typical, light-hearted Friday post: quotes heard and collected on and off-stage. Unexpected, funny, geeky, ... etc. Here's my selection of 6 of them. Enjoy ! - Most agreed upon, on and off-stage: “enough of social media… let’s call it something else”...

Hello, If you're reading this, it's probably because you've seen tweets going around: we're collecting your comments and will be sending them onto SixDegrees. Ian, SixDegs' Managing Director, has gotten in touch with us and we've decided to step up to...

Clearly, everyone has a different approach to strategy when it comes to digital and they're more or less innovative. I like simple. Here are the main six points I gathered one must fully comprehend and take into account when building a strategy. Because...

Content at the Social Media World Forum (#smwf) 2010 was mostly articulated around strategy applied to various objectives and environments (government, politics, PR, crisis communication, etc). From this stem my three trending topics. A few nuggets however...

This year's was the second edition of the event, the Social Media World Forum, aka #smwf. SixDegrees, who organizes it, did a good job of buzzing it through the roof. They proudly - and rightly so - reported a record 4000+ participants, more than doubling...

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