Like me, like me, like me. I’m an interesting person, no really I am

written by Karl Binder | April 13, 2012

If you heard something on the news, say for example that Paris was dimming its street lights to save energy, would you shout that snippet of information out at a party, proclaim yourself a leading expert on energy conservation and request social and global coverage for your ability to listen and repeat? Imagine the conversation: […]

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10 tips for using Twitter for your business

written by Karl Binder | June 1, 2011

1. Research before customer engagement Know how your customers use Twitter. What are our customers saying about you or your industry? What can you add to the conversation to be heard and respected? 2. Identify your ‘Twitter Goals’ Build an audience to share your blog posts/offers/competitions Increase brand awareness Develop an archive of tweets available […]

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My Dad’s on Twitter (but he doesn’t know why)

written by Karl Binder | June 21, 2010

We organised and ran this social media debating event as part of Fazeley Digital at Fazeley Studios. This brought together people working in Birmingham interested in making the most of social media tools and we discussed via a four person expert panel and a large ‘wall’ to write onto, the pros and cons of social […]

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My Dad’s on Twitter Photos

written by Karl Binder | September 12, 2009

 [nggallery id=4] These photographs were taken after our social media debate event ‘My Dad’s on Twitter’ at Fazeley Studios as part of Fazeley Digital 2009.

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