by Trevor Cook, Lee Hopkins
Publisher: Leehopkins.net 2008
Number of pages: 53
E-book on social media, it covers Enterprise2.0, a note on strategy, why blog, web feeds (RSS and other geeky stuff), some corporate blog examples, podcasting for business, Twitter and Jaiku, Facebook, Second Life and 3D virtual worlds, Wikis, blog writing tips, where to go to get started.
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