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Kickstarted: Documenting the Crowdfunding Revolution

An original documentary film about the crowdfunding revolution and the people behind it.
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You Have To Believe This Chart Makes Mark Zuckerberg Slightly Anxious

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YouTube, Twitter, Googe+, Linkedin, Pinterest, MySpace, Instagram, Tumblr, and Foursquare all gained users between the two years. Facebook did not.

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WISH I WAS HERE

"Hell, there are no rules here - we're trying to accomplish something." - Thomas A. Edison
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STAFF ROOM - A Sitcom Pilot.

A sitcom pilot set in a teacher's staff room which brings Award Winning talent and HOUSEHOLD names together for the first time ONLINE!
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Everything You Need to Know About Social Media Command Centers

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A social media command center is a dedicated area where a company can monitor and engage in social conversation around their brand and market.

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AlGonzalezinfo's curator insight, June 2, 2013 5:07 PM

Very interesting read.  I took the time to download the Clemson pdf, sign of things to come...

 

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What are some uses of social media command centers?

 

~Connect with key decision makers. Dell uses their command center to connect with IT leaders to uncover helpful information in order to better understand customers.

 

~Give executives an at-a-glance look at the social health of your brand. Cisco installed a 2-screen kiosk in front of their CEO and CMO’s offices so company leaders can keep one eye on the brand.

 

~Stay connected. Clemson University’s command center was used by student researchers to monitor conversations about academics, NCAA athletics, alumni and student activities, and community programs.

 

~Serve as the platform for your crisis communications plan. American Red Cross staff and digital volunteers listen to online conversations, interacting directly with people who need help or have questions.

 

~Inform content strategy and development. Edelman Digital is the interactive arm of the world’s largest independently-owned public relations firm. They’ve set up their own Social Intelligence Command Center (SICC), which monitors the social web to gather data for many activities, including content strategy and development.

Andreas Kuswara's comment, June 11, 2013 9:07 PM
interesting, not sure how many would have the luxury to have such center. it has to be tied to a more traditional corporate management function to justify setting one up, probably.