Tag Archives: Etiquette

Seven tips for getting the most out of an Event 2.0

I’ve just returned from the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco. Before I left, I exploited my existing social media activity. I did not approach any potential contacts directly but used social media in what I called the etiquette of … Continue reading

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Predictions and observations on the future of social media by Peter Kim

Peter Kim, blogger, Twitterer and social media expert, faced my Flip next. He had picked up that I was coming to San Francisco following my post on the etiquette of permission networking. He commented, suggesting we meet up. Here he … Continue reading

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The etiquette of permission networking

You’ve heard of permission marketing, right?  As defined by Seth Godin, it is the transformation wrought by social media encouraging people to opt-in to rather than opt-out of marketing. Permission marketing is the privilege (not the right) of delivering anticipated, personal and … Continue reading

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