Doktor Spinn’s Daily Smurf Tips

by Doktor Spinn on 2022-03-15 · View Comments

  1. Whispr Group
  2. We have given our company’s web site a slight make-over. If you’re interested in where I work, check it out. I’m also looking for people to the Stockholm office. If I’ve for some reason neglected to put you on my list of candidates, here’s the basic requirements:

    - You should be a better writer than I am.
    - You should be able to proactively manage clients and co-workers on your own.
    - You should be prepared to work hard because that’s just your moral and your take on life.
    - You should be pushing yourself to learn new things every day because that’s the natural state of being a consultant.
    - You should be able to give game-changing advice to international clients who already are successful in social media.

  3. Google’s 8-Point Plan to Help Managers Improve
  4. “Problems start when you try to keep all those rules in your head at the same time — thus the golf cliché, “paralysis by analysis.” In management, as in golf, the greats make it all look effortless, which only adds to the sense of mystery and frustration for those who struggle to get better.”

  5. L’Oreal Teams Up With Buddy Media To Help Local Salons Market on Facebook
  6. Yeah, but we shouldn’t stare ourself blind on getting stuff up and running on the Facebook Page Tab. Storefronts can be pushed out in the news feed today - done right, this is very powerful. Also, I can’t for the life of me understand why there aren’t more focus on multi-level marketing techniques and revenue share-models in social media.

    Check out 8th Bridge, Socialcast and Menyou and you will get an idea of what I’m talking about.

  7. How to Be a Speed Writer - Robert C. Pozen and Justin Fox - The Conversation - Harvard Business Review
  8. “A lot of people confuse a thinking problem with a writing problem. In order to write quickly, I need to see the line of argument very clearly. If I don’t fully understand the line of argument, I cannot write even a paragraph. My brain won’t let my pen move.”

  9. 20 000 tweets – vad har de gett mig? [SWE]
  10. Fint omnämnande! Länkkärlek FTW!

  11. Zuckerberg is “totally wrong” about online identity
  12. “In the case of 4chan, users feel a lot more comfortable trying to create funny images that can become memes, because content that doesn’t catch on disappears quickly, and they’re not weighed down by their failures. Poole said another benefit to 4chan’s anonymity is that content becomes more important than the creator, which is unlike virtually any other online community. Rather than prioritizing the most valued and experienced users, 4chan allows anyone to access the site and post something that might take off.”

  13. Bring me stuff that’s dead, please
  14. Love this!

  15. I Know More About You Than You Think…
  16. Transparency comes with consequences. Sharing is caring, but also remember to share responsibly and try to be honest - or don’t disclose. Dishonesty is bad form, whatever logic the media climate dictates.

  17. Shareholder Activism is Coming Online
  18. “When stakeholder activism foments on any number of existing or emerging social media channels, it is those that have already established a strong social media presence that will be best positioned to respond. Yes, ongoing monitoring efforts will alert attentive companies to dissent as early as possible – but more important, dynamic engagement now will be enormously helpful in paving the way later for the appropriate messages to permeate the venues that increasingly mold financial perceptions for a myriad of audiences.”

  19. Cash Registers May Get a Groupon Button
  20. The “value web” is starting to take shape.

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