Social Media Category

Using social media to seed job prospects

The way in which we connect with what I like to refer to as the ‘key-stakeholders’ of our lives is changing. With a wide array of SNS to connect with these people, it’s important to choose the right platforms to connect in which to engage them. It is opening up new communication channels which can […]

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Personal social media policy

There are two types of social media policy, corporate and personal. Both are equally important and its up to you to be proactive about finding out what they are or developing your own. Corporate Social Media Policy Every company should or will have a social media policy for its employees.  It’s your job to find […]

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I’d like to make a comment…

I consider myself a very positive person who loves to motivate and nurture others to do their best. Amongst my Facebook friends and Twitter followers I am generally upbeat and will tell people how awesome they are, their photo is, and how great their news is. On other sites like LinkedIn or news media sites, […]

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Smart phone technology and social media impact on photography

Hands up everyone who’s noticed a different kind of Facebook feed of the visual kind? There are more photos than ever before featuring on my timeline; in fact some research suggests that Facebook has the highest numbers of photos uploaded daily, around 250 million. This new trend is been driven by youth and brands. It’s […]

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Citizen journalism enhancing new media

Last weekend I participated in the Sydney City2Surf. Its been quite a while since I ran this race, so long in fact that the last time I ran with an iPod and a cell phone. Not a iPhone, Smart Phone, iPad or GoPro. My, how things have changed.

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The pitfalls of posting on social media

I rarely read a printed paper these days and as I looked over the shoulder of a friend at work, casually flipping through the pages of the Daily Telegraph, a particular article caught my eye. Phillip Carr, a promotions agent took a photo of himself unexpectedly while tagging @ByronBayCookies. The problem was, his mistaken selfie […]

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