Social Media And Web 2.0 Online Resource And Research map

At Liberate Media we feel strongly that social media should be free and accessible to all. A big part of social media is being able to access information/stories/videos photos etc, take that content, and place it and share it where ever you want whenever you want.

Which is why Liberate media wants to give something back and show that there are a couple of PR companies digging trenches and filling the sandbags! We are going to share our research work into social media and web 2.0 over the last 12 months with you.

There has been a lot of talk recently about how PR folk just don’t get social media, don’t know what it is, don’t know how to harness it and don’t know how to measure the results. This is true to some extent, but for us a new form of communication is always at the forefront of our thinking. So to help our fellow PR professionals and anyone else who is interested in social media and web 2.0, please take a minute to check out our archive of posts. You might even learn something!

The archive is set out by topic, and in each topic there are relevant posts for that heading. It will make more sense when you actually look at it. New headings are added all the time and a round-up of new links added will feature in a blog post every Friday (make sure you subscribe to our blog to you don’t want to miss it).

VIEW THE RESOURCE/RESEARCH MAP HERE:

The code for the map is below – please feel free copy and paste this and embed this into your blog.

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If you have any more ideas on how to improve the resource, research archive or think any headers are missing, or would like us to add any relevant posts, please get in touch.

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