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Dell B2B Social Media Huddle - Neville Hobson - Social Media Trends

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Neville Hobson shared this presentation at our Social Media Huddle in Bracknell on December 7. ...

Neville Hobson shared this presentation at our Social Media Huddle in Bracknell on December 7. http://en.community.dell.com/blogs/direct2dell/archive/2009/10/30/sharing-uk-experiences-on-b2b-social-media.aspx

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  • claireatwaves Claire Thompson, PR consultant (freelance) at Waves PR In fairness, this was a presentation about social media, so I was/am being very, very picky! :-)

    Your next slide covers a very specific part of the media - to be expected in a forum about social media - but to coin the words of an old song, in terms of media change, 'you ain't seen nothing yet.' And the 25% not on the next slide still helps drive the conversations.

    A conversation to be held face to face over a coffee methinks :-)
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  • neville Neville Hobson, Communicator, blogger, podcaster at NevilleHobson.com Nathaniel, I winced when I first saw those statements :)

    Claire, the media has already changed, just as it continues to evolve. Note the context of this statement as illustrated in slide #21. The important point is knowing which conversations are defining your brand and where they're taking place, online and/or offline.
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  • claireatwaves Claire Thompson, PR consultant (freelance) at Waves PR The only thing I’d be picky about here is: ’the media isn’t changing, it’s already changed.’ Media is constantly changing, and has since literacy patterns started to evolve. It’s never been static and never will be. Big media is experimenting with new models. Blogging and other user generated content continue to evolve. The pace of change is speeding as technology changes - online, mobile, and on platforms we don’t yet consider to be platforms emerge. . Furthermore, thousands of trad media journalists have lost their jobs and will now move into the blogging space. We’re just at the bottom of a very large change curve that won’t stop for a while yet. 4 years ago
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