Detailed Guide for Download: How To Successfully Produce A Professional Grade Webinar, Webcast, or Teleconference (The Ten P’s)

Above: Click image to download the Webinar Checklist Sheet on Slideshare. Webinars continue to be an important way companies connect to customers for education, marketing, sales, and customer support purposes.  Yet most companies relegate these tasks to junior staff at the last minute, forgetting a key number of crucial steps and increase risk.  While tools…

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To The Future! A List of Intention Enabled Websites

The web is quickly moving to real-time, people share the information about what they’re doing while their doing it. Yet the next step beyond real time, is future-looking data, which is called the Intention Web (get up to speed by reading this post). In an effort to map out this trend in 2010, let’s list…

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People on the Move in the Social Media Industry: Dec 16, 2009

Above, thanks to Mitch Canter, we’ve a new header graphic for the “On The Move” series, which needed an update since I started this digest a few years ago. In an effort to recognize the changes in the social media space, I’ve started this post series (see archives) to both track and congratulate folks who…

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Making Your Blog Mobile: Testing the Web Strategy iPhone App

Experimenting With Mobile Apps It’s clear that content can become more contextual and personalized as it transects with location based devices.  A few weeks ago the folks at the company MotherApp, created a “Web Strategy iPhone App (download in iTunes)” to take on the go. This isn’t just a “m.” mobile website that shows essential…

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Meet the Arabic Blogosphere: Read The Comment Section

Blogging Strategy Extending Your Voice To The World View more presentations from Jeremiah Owyang. The purpose of this post is two-fold: 1) To share my keynote presentation about blogging strategy, 2) Help connect the Arabic bloggers with my Western business readers and community. I’m in amazing Doha, in the nation of Qatar, who’s sponsored my…

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Slides: Real Time Web Is Not Fast Enough– Three Strategies For Business

Real Time Is *Not* Fast Enough: Three Strategies For Companies To Get Ahead View more presentations from Jeremiah Owyang. I’m about to present at LeWeb, Europe’s largest internet conference with this year’s focus on “Real Time”.  With information moving even quicker, there’s a new strategy needed for companies to adopt.  Since the accompanying slides are…

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List of Companies Providing Social CRM Offerings

Yesterday’s post on Social CRM vendors not walking-the-talk raised awareness of this nascent space.  However not everyone was thrilled with the effort, as CTO John Moore gave us an A for effort but a C- for results, and Kim Kobza, the CEO of Neigborhood America (they were an early adopter) left a comment on John’s post…

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Finding: Social CRM Vendors Don’t Walk The Talk

I first posted this on the Destination CRM blog, thanks to Josh Weinberger @kitson. Surveying the Social CRM Industry Business partner Ray Wang (focused on enterprise strategy) and myself (customer strategy) of the Altimeter Group is undergoing a major project for a client in the nascent Social CRM arena.  We’re surveying the landscape to learn…

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When Real Time Is *Not* Fast Enough: The Intention Web

Things started slow I remember when people would go to conferences, take notes, then share them a few hours or days later.  Then in 2005-2006 I noticed people started to live blog sessions, anxious readers would refresh as the page was updated in real time –sometimes with photos.  Fast forward to Dec 2006, Twitter emerges…

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Guest Post: Site Updates

Jeremiah: The Web Strategy Blog isn’t just about me, but the overall community.  One of the key members of the team is Mitch Canter, my web designer, and the guy who keeps my blog and all the features up and running.  I aim to implement many of the social technologies that I cover. It helps…

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