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The Social Media Virgin Project - Coming Soon! | Attention Era

The Social Media Virgin Project - Coming Soon! | Attention Era | 8pmWarrior | Scoop.it
A small business helping another. A business leader held hostage. A social media virgin. Learn something, have fun, and we'll prove the value of social media. (RT @lilachbullock: The Social Media Virgin Project - Coming Soon!
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3 Types of Human Communication

3 Types of Human Communication | 8pmWarrior | Scoop.it
Humans are not at their best when sending and receiving messages that are either deferred or blindly broadcast into the stream, desperately hoping someone will see it.
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YouTube Changes: Everything You Need To Know

YouTube Changes: Everything You Need To Know | 8pmWarrior | Scoop.it

Aaron Biebert wrote this timely and very helpful piece on his blog 8pmWarrior about all the new changes on Youtube.

 

YouTube announced changes to channels that feature a news feed integrated with Google+, Twitter, and Facebook for videos shared on other platforms.

 

Here's an intro:

 

"I’m sharing from experience as a producer of several online shows and video productions that were created to build community and sell a product in a social savvy way".

 

Video changes the game.

 

Here’s why YouTube matters:

 

**YouTube is the #2 search engine in the world (think SEO)It is the largest video-based social network

 

**Google+ is now integrated even closer with YouTube for additional community building (more on the way)

 

**YouTube is simple to use and even offers a free video editing feature Video is perfect for the Attention Era

 

Lots of valuable "how-to" information here.

 

Aaron says:

 

"If you have any questions about the new YouTube upgrade, feel free to post the questions below, on the 8pm Warriors Facebook discussion forum, or on twitter @Biebert I'll do my best to answer or point you in the right direction".

 

Selected by Jan Gordon covering "Content Curation, Social Media and Beyond"

 

See full article here: [http://bit.ly/t1lLfd]


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Aaron Biebert's comment, December 5, 2011 4:19 AM
Jan, once again...thank you for sharing my post. You are so helpful and thoughtful. I really appreciate it.

Hopefully it gets folks thinking more about video. Now's the time.
janlgordon's comment, December 5, 2011 9:48 AM
@Aaron Biebert
It's a pleasure to share your articles thank you for always posting quality information and inspiration. Yes, video is a very important part of the media/marketing mix. Would love to chat with you offline soon, let's DM and set something up.
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Never Give Up!

Never Give Up! | 8pmWarrior | Scoop.it
Tonight I urge my fellow 8pm Warriors to never give up early. Times are tough, but the pain of failure is much easier than the regret of quitting on something great.

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Aaron Biebert's comment, December 19, 2011 11:24 AM
Thanks for scooping this!
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Bred in Captivity, Can Generation Y Survive in the Wild? | Thoughts ...

Bred in Captivity, Can Generation Y Survive in the Wild? | Thoughts ... | 8pmWarrior | Scoop.it
To protect children from the dangers of failure or setback, some have made them unfit for the wild world they'll be living in. We've bred them in captivity.

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Aaron Biebert's comment, December 15, 2011 2:32 PM
Thanks Hans!
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8pmWarrior

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My friend Saul makes some good points here about community building.

 

Attracting Valuable Interaction on a Blog http://su.pr/1ycZG0 Topic authorities in the conversation & answer questions get real attention.

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We’re all Minorities Now - Time for A Change in Thinking

We’re all Minorities Now - Time for A Change in Thinking | 8pmWarrior | Scoop.it

This thought-provoking, timely piece was written by one of my favorite people, Aaron Biebert on 8pmwarrior. Bravo, well put!

 

This is a must read as we usher in 2012

 

Here's an excerpt and what caught my attention:

 

The world has come to our backyard and now our race, political affiliation, language, religion, and fashion actually put us in the minority. Are you ready?


**When we swim down the stream from our little pond to the big ocean, we find out the truth. Our traditional majorities are not only meaningless,

 

**but they might cause us to lean on the wrong strength for a globalized world.

 

****Most people on Earth don’t speak a certain way, have a certain look, believe a certain thing, or act a certain way. Not even close. Anyone living in a majority mindset is living in a fantasy land as the world gets more connected.

 

**We won’t be able to ignore it.

 

**The big world out there is full of our future clients, doctors, suppliers, friends, and business partners.

So now what?

 

****Leaders need to change their understanding of strength and seek out opportunities to collaborate with others.

 

****We need more partners. We need to build more coalitions and seek more consensus when making decisions. Common ground will be more valuable than higher ground.

 

****The pride in any “majority” must be replaced with a newfound sense of wonder, awareness, and appreciation for others who are different.

 

**It’s time to focus on common ground and common problems.

 

Selected by Jan Gordon "Exploring Change Through Ongoing Conversations"

 

Read full article: [http://8pmwarrior.com/2011/12/were-all-minorities-now/]


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Aaron Biebert's comment, December 12, 2011 8:26 PM
Thanks Jan. This means so much to me. This was not a popular post. Many private comments...
janlgordon's comment, December 12, 2011 9:47 PM
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My pleasure Aaron - I'm happy to stand beside you, it was very courageous to write this and I support you all the way:-)
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LMOA - “ROI of Social Media” parody

LMOA  -  “ROI of Social Media” parody | 8pmWarrior | Scoop.it

oh my god, the video is a bit stretched.... but soooo funny.


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Aaron Biebert's comment, February 11, 2012 10:49 PM
Thanks for sharing this Kurt!
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5 Ways Leaders and Companies Can Use Transparency to Win

5 Ways Leaders and Companies Can Use Transparency to Win | 8pmWarrior | Scoop.it
Smart leaders realize that hiding relevant information is not a good idea anymore. Here are 5 ways that companies and leaders can win the race to transparency.

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Aaron Biebert's comment, January 31, 2012 11:17 AM
Thanks for sharing this!
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When Leadership Doesn’t Matter

When Leadership Doesn’t Matter | 8pmWarrior | Scoop.it

Leadership doesn't matter if your organization falls apart. Don't agree? Wait a couple years and find out. Difficult times call for stronger leaders. (@AngelaMaiers Is leadership, creativity, innovation compatible?


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Aaron Biebert's comment, December 29, 2011 12:53 AM
Thanks for sharing this Donna!
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Top Ten Reasons Why Large Companies Fail To Keep Their Best Talent - Forbes

Top Ten Reasons Why Large Companies Fail To Keep Their Best Talent - Forbes | 8pmWarrior | Scoop.it
Big companies are notoriously bad at keeping their best people. Here's why Dilbert lives in most big companies.

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YouTube Changes to Integrate with Google+, Twitter & Facebook Videos

YouTube Changes to Integrate with Google+, Twitter & Facebook Videos | 8pmWarrior | Scoop.it

YouTube has announced changes to channels that feature a news feed integrated with Google+, Twitter, and Facebook for videos shared on other platforms.

 

Each YouTube account also has a news feed feature, much like other social networks.

 

Channels can be restructured to display videos in the form of a series, much like a television network groups their shows together for DVR or On Demand. It even tracks which episodes you’ve already watched in a series.


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How the Science of Attention is Changing Work and Education [Videos]

How the Science of Attention is Changing Work and Education [Videos] | 8pmWarrior | Scoop.it

Absolutely fascinating - Maria Popova from her blog Brainpickings brings us  Cathy Davidson, founder of Duke University’s Center for Cognitive Neuroscience, who has written a thought provoking new book,  Now You See It: How the Brain Science of Attention Will Transform the Way We Live, Work, and Learn — a meditation on how “attention blindness” the peculiar phenomenon illustrated by Harvard’s famous invisible gorilla experiment, (which is shown in one of the videos in this post) has produced one of our culture’s greatest disconnects, the inability to reconcile the remarkable changes induced by the digital age with the conventions of yesteryear’s schools and workplaces.

 

"As long as we focus on the object we know, we will miss the new one we need to see. The process of unlearning in order to relearn demands a new concept of knowledge not as thing but as a process, not as a noun but as a verb.” ~ Cathy Davidson

 

Selected by Jan Gordon covering "Exploring Change Through Ongoing Discussions"

 

See full article and videos here: [http://bit.ly/u3Anrz]


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