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Friday Roundup

Social Media Roundup: Facebook Timeline, Geography in Social Media, Social Media Assessments and Community Management Risk

Every Friday I post links to a few of the blog posts that I read during the week that I found interesting and insightful.

Included in this week’s round-up is discussion about ways businesses can make effective use of the new Facebook Timeline; whether geography should play a role in social media strategy; how to know when it’s time for a social media assessment; and the risks involved with not having community management.

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Social Media Roundup: Communities of Practice, Content Strategy, Localism and Social Media Churn Rate

Every Friday I post links to a few of the blog posts that I read during the week that I found interesting and insightful.

Included in this week’s round-up is discussion about why communities of practices are important; 4 focuses of content strategy; why local is becoming more important; and why you should monitor social media churn rate.

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Social Media Blog Round-Up: User Participation, Top Down Community Planning, Social CRM and Enterprise Social Networking

Every Friday I post links to a few of the blog posts that I read during the week that I found interesting and insightful.

Included in this week’s round-up is discussion about increasing user participation by accentuating impact; the problem with top-down community planning; the shift away from social CRM to social business; and why relationship building matters in enterprise social networking.

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Social Media & Online Community Posts From Around The Web

Every Friday I post links to a few of the blog posts that I read during the week that I found interesting and insightful.

Included in this week’s round-up is discussion about the secret to successful content strategy; why amateurs tend to build better communities than professionals; about the ‘myth’ of engagement; and why you must build engagement in an online community in order to grow it.

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10 Ways The New York Times Tells Stories Through Reader Content

When looking for inspiration for your own reader-submissions projects, The New York Times’ collection of storytelling tools is a good place to start because they do it so well. The following examples are ways that The Times have creatively gathered and displayed information submitted by people on the Internet to tell a story. The common thread amongst all of the examples below are that they limit readers to a very specific and thought-provoking theme. Read more

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