Monthly Archives: February 2009


February 2009

N is for Nail the Strategy for your Business Using Social Media

By |February 26th, 2009|

Today, we will discuss "N" from the ANGELS framework. I am here at Wharton with a group of Chief Learning Officiers and Chief Process Officiers!  My topic is on the use of Social Media in Strategy and Analysis of the market. ( You can see the video by clicking here! In this video we look [...]

The “A” – Analyze the Market using Social Media Marketing!

By |February 24th, 2009|

Yesterday, I provided you with a look at my 1st video.. hope you enjoyed watching it! My second video highlights the "A" in the ANGELS framework. How to Analyze your market place (click on me!) - the whole premise is to insert Web 2.0 methods into traditional approaches. 1. How do you look at the globalization [...]

The ANGEL framework for Social Media!

By |February 23rd, 2009|

I just developed a video series that is posted on YouTube for my latest Marketing 2.0 book! For the next few days, I'd like to highlight points from each video so please check it out and use them! My first video is an intro to the ANGELS framework: We look at what is marketing 2.0? [...]

Social Media in Dubai and beyond!

By |February 11th, 2009|

I was just in Dubai and heard from some of our clients that they are facing challenges they’ve never experienced before. At the same time external factors in their environment are forcing downward pressures on their businesses, they must still achieve growth targets/metrics and reduce costs… and they must execute with even greater speed than [...]

Social Media ReOpens A Murder Case!

By |February 4th, 2009|

An interesting one that came up today! This is a book review that ended up re-opening a murder case. The power of social media! Read it here!

A New Title? Conversation Agent

By |February 2nd, 2009|

Over the weekend I was catching up on some of the new thoughts in Social Meida and came across a note from Dee Fleming. She was commenting on a training seminar I did internally for the Super Women of IBM and she included a link to a cool article. In the article, the woman called [...]