Delicious Enterprise 2.0 – Best posts 2010

Best of 2010 – PART Four

It changed.

My life.

Well, at least my social media life did.

Since I left the world of consultancies, proposals, concept papers and nagging clients (why clients don’t get how great my ideas are?) to become a nagging client myself (why agencies don’t understand my great briefing?), I hardly had time or any inspiring idea for another post on this blog. Honestly, the reason why I started this blog in the first place was to enter the world of WordPress – I love it and I miss it behind the corporate firewall – and to entertain. Mainly myself. Sorry, dear occasional reader.

And what do you (I) do when you (I) want to resurrect your (my) blog? Exactly. Publish a „Best of“ series! Don’t they do the same on TV when they start searching their archives at the end of the year and sell their old stuff to a numb audience again and again?

Online Tagebuch©flickr/Mike Licht,

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Sharing – just another way of networking

Did you do it today? Yesterday? This week? If your answer is no, here goes my (free) advice to you. Join us and do it as often as possible.

Sharing information is an excellent way of using social media as a knowledge distribution tool. Thanks to social bookmarking sites such as Delicious, we can tag and bookmark interesting articles, posts and videos – in one word: content. Those of us who spend several hours online daily can create a library for their team, themselves and everybody with similar interests.

Photo: Tommy Wong, „Curiosity“
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