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Social Media Expert Class keynote in Dutch (but also quiet comprehensible for English speakers) about the Social Media Landscape. Talk given at the Social Media Expert Class organized by industry …

Social Media Expert Class keynote in Dutch (but also quiet comprehensible for English speakers) about the Social Media Landscape. Talk given at the Social Media Expert Class organized by industry organization NIMA on March 2nd in The Netherlands. Main topics: Three phases in media (1), social media trends (2) and a social media case study for the iPhone 4 introduction campaign for KPN.

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  • To make it worse; 76% of consumers don’t believe that companies tell the truth in ads. But if they don’t trust ads, than who do they trust when the’re looking for new sport shoes?
  • To makeitworse; 76% of consumersdon’tbelievethatcompaniestell the truth in ads. Butiftheydon’t trust ads, thanwho do they trust whenthe’relookingfornew sport shoes?