Archive for the ‘Podcast’ Category
December 21st, 2010
You might have guessed by the title of this post, that about.me is a website for you.
The visual nature of the service can be demonstrated in the searchable directory, where your about.me will be added.
Other features include a dashboard that enables you to see how many people look at your profile, where they’re coming from, and what they do on your page.
All in all about.me is a great service that would sit comfortably as a link from your Twitter/Linkedin profile, as a place for people to find out more about you. It’s a great site!
July 28th, 2008
I picked up on a podcast interview and NMA profile of Habboâ€™s regional MD Europe, Phil Guest on the re-emergence of virtual worlds. It was for me a timely reminder that â€œitâ€™s all about the kidsâ€. While Iâ€™ve struggled with the adult vworlds, out there are more than 100 child-friendly worlds â€“ and Phil said there were many more on the way as leading brands piled in to create playful spaces to build connections and trust with their young customers. Maybe thatâ€™s it â€“ thereâ€™s a point to these places FUN!) and users who know how to connect, cluster and make the most of their time there. Phil had no doubts that worlds like Habbo sat on the blurring line between real and virtual that young people understood â€“ and that these worlds were a next step in the development of social networks because they were immersive, playful spaces with meaning beyond connections and self-reference. Look forward to the Feast of the Avatars, coming to a social network near you soon.
May 21st, 2008
At Liberate Media we’ve been tackling one of the biggest issues facing the PR industry today, the skills crisis.
We thought it might be helpful to overview our thoughts on the subject in a podcast, which we’ve used to identify a few of the problems and share some insight into how we’re dealing with the matter.
Let us know your thoughts on the subject.
To Listen or to down load the podcast click here