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Liveblog: The New Nature of the World

Warning: liveblogging. Typos, errors and grammatical insanities likely. This post will change repeatedly over a period of time. Refresh for the latest updates. You are warned. Like Minds 2011 is underway, and first off is a series of four speakers...

Posted October 20, 2011    

Liveblogging: More Disruption of the Norms

Warning: liveblogging. Typos, errors and grammatical insanities likely. This post will change repeatedly over a period of time. Refresh for the latest updates. You are warned. Ian Fordham – Rewriting our Education The Education Foundation is six...

Posted October 20, 2011    

The Science of Search: Search Engines as Content Curators: Appealing to People AND Robots

Search marketing and search engine optimization differ from social media marketing due to the clear separation between user and publisher that the technology creates. Social media has a people centric dynamic. If you want your message to...

Posted October 13, 2011    

Increased Social Networking Blurs the Lines Between Online and Offline

Can Facebook socialising really keep you more clued up than physical socialising?   A somewhat philosophical question: Are we nearing the  ‘death’ of living separate online and offline lives brought about by the increasing amount of...

Posted September 28, 2011    

What on Earth IS Influence?

Last week Like Minds ran some free events for Social Media Week, one of which was on Social Influence. The participants debated digital influence over and over, bringing their different views of what they considered influence to be and...

Posted February 18, 2011    

What Was Said at the Social Recruitment Debate

Our good friend Delfin Vassallo (who we met in Helsinki last yet) captured what was said at our first Social Media Week event on Social Recruitment. With thanks to Delfin, we’re republishing his blog post here: Social Recruitment Debate Today’s most...

Posted February 10, 2011    

Do Retweets Matter?

Sometime ago I spoke at London Blog Club about value-based blogging. It’s an approach that values each participation that someone makes on the blog, and seeks to increase that participation by placing value on each person, as opposed to a volume...

Posted December 14, 2010    

The Creative Plateau and Content Curation

So why is the amount of newly generated content beginning to bottom out?  Here are three possible reasons:1. The Innovation Adoption Curve Fans of the innovation adoption curve suggest that the hype associated with socially driven and created...

Posted October 11, 2010    

B2B & Social Media: Provide A Solution

You’ve probably heard at one point or another the question “does Social Media work for B2B?” Perhaps you’re even asking it yourself. One of the main things that helped with me this is a post by Dan Blank called “Creating Interest vs Providing...

Posted August 4, 2010    

 
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