Posts by natasha

How I participated in a Social Media Scam

Posted by on Feb 16, 2010 in Uncategorized

At 4:30pm this afternoon I started down the path to participate in a social media scam. Here’s how it came about…. I was trolling Facebook looking for the latest example of a corporate Facebook Page that had a contest. No sooner had I started I saw a status update from one of my friends At 4:30pm this afternoon I started down the path to participate in a social media scam. Here’s how it came about…. I was trolling Facebook looking for the latest example of a corporate Facebook Page that had a contest. No sooner had I started I saw a status update from one of my...

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Re-cap Social Media Week, Toronto

Posted by on Feb 8, 2010 in Events, Guest speaking

Thanks to all the organizers, Social Media Week in Toronto was a huge success. A special thanks goes out to Eli and Jyotika for making all the arrangements. A big thanks to both Michele and Shannon for live blogging via Facebook and CoverIt Live. I had a blast and thanks to all for attending the Navigating User Generated Content presentation. There were well over 130 people signed up therefore I was not able to offer the interactive workshop I had originally planned, instead I went for a discussion and presentation. Navigating User Generated Content from Virtual EyeSee With over 100 peeople...

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Social Media Week, Toronto, Navigating User Generated Content

Posted by on Feb 3, 2010 in Events, Guest speaking, Training

There is a really awesome event happening globally….Social Media Week. So Toronto, New York, London, Berlin, Sao Paulo, San Franscisco all having amazing events simultaneously at the same time. I’m here in Toronto participating in the fantastic event, at the Rivoli currently listening to Nelson Ko talk about the world ofWikis. I will be on at 3:30pm talking about Navigating User Generated Content. We will be attempting to live blog this event (dependent on the internet connection here). If you can’t make it here but do have questions please let the moderator know. She will...

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Navigating User Generated Content

Posted by on Jan 18, 2010 in Events, Guest speaking, Training

Wednesday Feb. 3rd 2010 3:30pm-6:00pm Social Media Week, Toronto Everyone has an opinion and some like to share this with others online. This sharing of information is referred to as user generated content (UGC) and can be found in places like blogs, social networks, micro blogs, forums, wikis etc. The amount of UGC is increasing rapidly and is now part of the communications/marketing mix. There are many advantages to this kind of content as it creates a knowledge base encourages people to move from being spectators to participants don’t need people physically present to provide an...

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Social Media for Social Change

Posted by on Jan 13, 2010 in Events

Social Media is not just for marketing. In the early days it was used by the big brands for marketing. They typically had large budgets and therefore were always open to experimentation. Now that this technology is part of our daily lives it can be used for all kinds of purposes. One area that it’s being used very successfully is for social change.  Jeremiah Owyang, from Forrester,  used his blog to raise awareness to the after effects of the earthquake in China. Twestival was an event that took place on Feb. 12th 2009 in over 100 cities around the world to raise awareness and $$ for...

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