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I'm Jake McKee

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Corporate Twitter Resources

I’ve had several people ask me lately for information on what corporations are doing on Twitter. Here’s some great content around the topic: 40 of the Best Twitter Brands and the People Behind Them Four ways companies use micro-blogging Executive twittering without the time suck Twitter: How to get started guide for business people Twitter […]

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Safer Internet Day

Tuesday was Safer Internet Day, a day when organisations across Europe and the world focus on promoting safe, responsible Internet use among children and young people. Our friends at eModeration are supporting Safer Internet Day, like they do every year, and have put together the following advice for parents whose children are online. Tell children […]

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SpinSpotter announces Hall of Shame for Online Spin

(Disclosure: SpinSpotter is an Ant’s Eye View client) The very cool service, SpinSpotter has announced a really cool project: The Hall of Shame for Online Spin. As the team puts it: According to SpinSpotter founder Todd Herman, most reporters work hard to maintain objectivity and avoid factual error. “Many of the examples our community of […]

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Top rated Super Bowl commercials

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The first Social Media Presidential Administration

For months now, I’ve been calling Obama the Social Media Candidate (and eventually President), and a number of people have raised an eyebrow wondering what I mean. The first blog post on the new Obama administration Whitehouse.gov site answers the question. Just like your new government, WhiteHouse.gov and the rest of the Administration’s online programs […]

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Truly living in the Age of the Internet

At the Golden Globes last night, the always spectacular Tina Fey (yes, I have a crush) called out internet forum commenters as part of her acceptance speech. While this speech was (of course) fantastic, and the bit about the internet was classic, it makes me wonder: how can those of us who want to keep […]

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I need your feedback!

2008 was a fun year for me and CommunityGuy.com. I launched two major new features: Ask Community Guy and the Community Guy Jobs Board. I took a bit of a break this fall when work get crazy. And I have been experimenting with a variety of content types, contests, and other content ideas. So how […]

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Obama is living up to the transparency promise

In a bold and downright delightful move, Obama’s transition team has made a bold new move: In a memo released today, Obama-Biden Transition Project Co-chair John D. Podesta announced that all policy documents from official meetings with outside organizations will be publicly available for review and discussion on Change.gov. This means that when the Administration […]

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Why Dell Continues To Use Social Media

Jeremiah interviews Bob Pearson (Twitter at bobpdell) Vice President, Communities & Conversations at Dell about their continued use of social media.

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More cool moderation services

Yesterday I pointed out Crisp Thinking as an example of the maturation of moderation services. Here’s one more example to back up my theory; check out Keibi: The Keibi Moderation SuiteĀ® is a solution for the moderation and classification of user generated content (UGC). We help Online Communities discover and remove inappropriate content to optimize […]

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