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#Enterprise social networking

by Dejan Levi

There's a nice post over at the Social Media Marketing blog about corporate blogging, which refreshingly gives us an insight into something not specifically Facebook or Twitter-related, instead …

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#Enterprise social networking

by Dejan Levi

One of the most interesting challenges posed by social media in the web 2.0 business environment is that of the online viral backlash, be it a sustained campaign …

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#News

by Dejan Levi

There's a fair bit of chatter out there at the moment about the new Macbook Air products (new 11.6 and 13.3 inch models have just been released) and how …

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#Social Networking

by Dejan Levi

We all know by now that Facebook's indomitable rise has not been without its detractors or, perhaps to put it more precisely, there are more than a few …

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#News

by Dejan Levi

There's a couple of really interesting articles over at Techcrunch which I wanted to draw your attention to (since things move pretty fast over there, I think both …

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#News

by Dejan Levi

Last week saw an interesting episode in the development and implementation of commenting services in social media, when Gap embarrassingly dropped a new logo just days after its …

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#Mobile

by Dejan Levi

Today saw the launch of Skype 5.0 for Windows, which for me, is somewhat of a more interesting prospect than simply being just another version update for a …

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#Social Networking

by Dejan Levi

There's a nice write-up over at social media blog, Soshable.com, about the virtues of Postling, a free social media aggregator. What I found interesting in that particular article …

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#Mobile

by Dejan Levi

Google has generated a fair few headlines today with the launch of their URL shortener: goo.gl. On the whole, the service will be familiar to users of other …

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#Mobile

by Dejan Levi

Android today expanded in a pretty big way with regard to operations in various global markets. 20 countries have been added to the list of those eligible to …

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