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Archive for July, 2009

This indepth report from Booz  Allen Hamilton looks at the rise in the use of social media to give up to the minute information on crises as they arise.  Although this is very useful, the report presents useful ways for government and businesses to construct strategies and methods for managing its co-ordination and effectiveness. Thanks […]

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Twitter for business

At Mashable they have put up a “twitter guide book” which includes Twitter for business.  All explained clearly and logically

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Women in employment and business

Wellington City Libraries’ online guide provides links to useful organisations and articles, as well as featuring new books of interest

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Wellington City Libraries has a huge array of resources both online and inhouse.   Our online “guide for mature employment seekers or jobseekers over 45” has tips on networking, alternative work arrangements, marketing yourself, and how to make your resume stand out.  For those of you who have been out of the work force for sometime, […]

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Free tutorials in electronic media

On the website of  the  New Zealand company Media College you will find free tutorials, resources and forums on electronic media, and also a number of free downloads on subjects such as audio, video and photography. Thanks to the scout report

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PRism is a free online peer reviewed journal for academics, researchers and students and is sponsored by Massey University in New Zealand and Bond University in Australia.   This public relations and communications journal is updated gradually over the year. Thanks to the Scout Report

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In February and March 2009, consulting Firm Watson Wyatt talked to leaders of 181 companies to get their opinions regarding the use of social networking, blogs and webcasts.  The report’s findings found that since the onset of  worsening global economic conditions, companies are making much more use of Web 2.0 technology Thanks to Resourceshelf

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