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We have all been impacted by social media, even if we don't realise it....

We have all been impacted by social media, even if we don't realise it.

This workshop covers topics from social networking to citizen journalism and looks at what impact it has had on our lives.

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    • The world’s biggest.. HOW SOCIAL MEDIA HAS CHANGED THE WORLD
    • What is social media? The world’s biggest things Social media and brands
    • What is social media?
    • The World’s Most Trusted Dictionary
    • Social media is content created by people using highly accessible and scalable publishing technologies. At its most basic sense, social media is a shift in how people discover, read and share news, information and content. It's a fusion of sociology and technology, transforming monologue (one to many) into dialog (many to many) and is the democratization of information, transforming people from content readers into publishers.
    • Social Media Expert A self proclaimed title by carpetbaggers and snakeoil salesman to mesmerize unsuspecting people with their recipes of easy quot;1,2,3quot; success in Social Media.
    • Civil servant An employee of the state who is rarely civil or a servant. Often on sick leave, ostensibly because of quot;stressquot;, but if actually at work most likely to be having a coffee, emailing friends, and convening pointless meetings where nothing gets decided and actions are not taken.
    • 75% of Australian online adults use some sort of social media
    • If Facebook were a country. China 1.35 billion India 1.25 billion United States 300 million Indonesia 230 million Brazil 191 million Pakistan 166 million Bangladesh 162 million Nigeria 155 million Russia 142 million Japan 128 million
    • If Facebook were a country. China 1.35 billion India 1.25 billion United States 300 million Indonesia 230 million 200 million Brazil 191 million Pakistan 166 million Bangladesh 162 million Nigeria 154 million Russia 142 million Japan 128 million
    • Google Australia Google Facebook YouTube Yahoo! Windows Live eBay Wikipedia Ninemsn MySpace
    • Google Australia Google Facebook YouTube Yahoo! Windows Live eBay Wikipedia Ninemsn MySpace
    • Friendship & connections
    • Messaging & micro-blogging
    • Consumer reviews
    • Social bookmarking
    • Video sharing
    • Music sharing
    • Photo sharing
    • FURL
    • Photo sharing
    • Video sharing
    • Social bookmarking FURL
    • Micro-blogging Micro-blogging
    • Music sharing
    • Friends & networking
    • Consumer reviews
    • 3 numbers
    • 200 million the number of active users on Facebook
    • 170 the number of countries Facebook reaches
    • 2 billion the number of total minutes spent on Facebook each day
    • 3 numbers
    • 2,695,205 the number of English article on Wikipedia
    • 684 million the number of visitors to Wikipedia last year
    • 75,000 the number of volunteer editors on Wikipedia
    • 3 numbers
    • 70% the proportion of current Twitter users that joined in 2008
    • 3 million the number of tweets per day
    • 1,985,906,659 the total number of tweets as of 10am today
    • 3 numbers
    • 13 hours the amount of content uploaded every minute
    • 412 years how long it would take to view all the content on YouTube
    • US$1 million the amount YouTube spend on bandwidth each day
    • The worlds’ biggest news room
    • 60 45 30 Minutes 15 0 CNN BBC LOCAL TV FLICKR
    • The worlds’ biggest water cooler
    • 50,000,000 37,500,000 25,000,000 12,500,000 OBAMA 0 VICTORY FEY AS SPEECH PALIN BUSH VS SHOE SUSAN BOYLE
    • The worlds’ biggest soap box
    • 30% of Australian online adults create their own content
    • Print Close Hilton Arc de Triomphe Paris hotel 51-57, rue de Courcelles, Paris, France 75008 Tel: 33-1-5836-6700 Fax: 33-1-5836-6777 eMail Us Hilton Arc de Triomphe Paris h 51-57, rue de Courcelles, Paris, France 75008 Tel: 33-1-5836-6700 Fax: 33-1-5836-6777 Our Hotel Take a Tour of Our Hotel eMail Us The Hilton Arc de Triomphe Paris hotel sits among iconic Paris landmarks, 10 minutes' walk from the Champs-Élysées. Indulge in the mosaic-decorated spa or stroll the Our Hotel Andalusian Patio garden. The Executive Lounge offers sweeping Paris views. The Hilton Arc de Triomphe Paris hotel sits among Work out in the fitness room, indulge in the spa, dine alfresco at Le Safran or sip a walk from the Champs-Élysées. Indulge in the mos cocktail in the Art Deco-style Purple Bar. Stroll the Andalusian Patio gardens at theThe Executive Lounge offe Andalusian Patio garden. Hilton Arc de Triomphe Paris hotel or explore Paris attractions, with the Champs-Élysées only 10 Work out in the fitness room, indulge in the spa, di minutes away. cocktail in the Art Deco-style Purple Bar. Stroll the Arc de Triomphe Paris hotel or explore Paris attract Thirty minutes' drive from the main airports, 15 minutes from the Eurostar terminal at minutes away. Gare du Nord, the Hilton Arc de Triomphe Paris hotel has 18 meeting rooms for 10-800, a business centre and Executive Lounge. Thirty minutes' drive from the main airports, 15 mi Gare du Nord, the Hilton Arc de Triomphe Paris hot business centre and Executive Lounge. From Family Guest Room to Executive Room to Presidential Suite, all our hotel rooms are designed in Art Deco style. From Family Guest Room to Executive Room to Pre designed in Art Deco style. Book Your Next Stay at Hilton Arc de Triomphe Paris hotel Book Your Next Stay at Hilton Arc de Triomphe Par Amenities Hilton HHonors Reward Category: 6 Amenities (40,000 points per night)
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    • 1.3 million
    • 1.2 million
    • 1.2 million
    • 1 million
    • 1.4 million
    • Social media and public figures
    • Social media and companies
    • Got tested for swine flu on return because I had a sore throat. Test negative. Just the normal lurgie.
    • @KevinRuddPM You know, a sore throat is a sign of secondary stage syphillis... http://bit.ly/TREKT
    • Social Media - Telstra’s 3 Rs of Social Media Engagement Company Policy Relevant Business Principle: Communication of Information Purpose Social media offers the opportunity for people to gather in online communities of shared interest and create, share or consume content. Globally the interest and participation in social media is growing at phenomenal rates. This interest also extends to corporations who are recognising that social media offers new opportunities to engage in conversations with customers and other communities with shared interests. Telstra embraces social media as an important tool of corporate and business engagement. Telstra also encourages its employees to use social media in a personal capacity as a way to reach out and share information and views with friends and communities – both old and new. With the rapid growth and application of social media, Telstra recognises the need to have a policy which ensures that employees who use social media either as part of their job, or in a personal capacity, have guidance as to the company’s expectations where the social media engagement is about Telstra, its products and services, its people, its competitors and/or other business related individuals or organisations. Telstra’s 3 Rs of Social Media Engagement are therefore ‘guardrails’ designed to protect the interests of employees and the company. In brief, the 3 Rs ask that when engaging in social media you be clear about who you are representing, you take responsibility for ensuring that any references to Telstra are factually correct and accurate and do not breach confidentiality requirements, and that you show respect for the individuals and communities with which you interact.
    • How long would it take to watch all the content on YouTube?
    • How long did it take for CNN to report on the Mumbai attack?
    • What was Gretel thinking?!
    • What % of people create content online?
    • How many friends does Anna Bligh have on MySpace?
    • Does Kevin Rudd have swine flu?
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