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Ron Ploof
Re: Tiger Airways tamed by the Aussies: Case study on how not to deal with a PR disaster! - http://igo2group.com.au/blog...
"Hey, thanks for the quote! I hope that Tiger Airways sees this article as a resource that they can draw from in the future." - Ron Ploof
Ron Ploof
Re: Tiger Airways tamed by the Aussies: Case study on how not to deal with a PR disaster! - http://www.disqus.com/people...
"Hey, thanks for the quote! I hope that Tiger Airways sees this article as a resource that they can draw from in the future." - Ron Ploof
Ron Ploof
Re: Tiger Airways tamed by the Aussies: Case study on how not to deal with a PR disaster! - http://www.igo2socialmedia.com.au/tiger-a...
"Hey, thanks for the quote! I hope that Tiger Airways sees this article as a resource that they can draw from in the future." - Ron Ploof
Ron Ploof
Re: Tiger Airways tamed by the Aussies: Case study on how not to deal with a PR disaster! - http://igo2group.com/blog...
"Hey, thanks for the quote! I hope that Tiger Airways sees this article as a resource that they can draw from in the future." - Ron Ploof
Ron Ploof
Re: Tiger Airways tamed by the Aussies: Case study on how not to deal with a PR disaster! - http://new.igo2group.com.au/blog...
"Hey, thanks for the quote! I hope that Tiger Airways sees this article as a resource that they can draw from in the future." - Ron Ploof
Ron Ploof
I love how Doug uses the elements of story in this blog post. It's a drama. Its got a protagonist (Mr. Kaye), minor characters (The Photographer's Ephemeris, The San Francisco Skyline), and an antagonist (time, fog). And since the hero has failed in his first attempt, he's left us with a cliff-hanger. Will Doug get the perfect picture? Stay tuned until his next "episode." - Ron Ploof
Ron Ploof
Farewell Little Plastic Discs - http://www.roninmarketeer.com/2011...
The death of physical media. - Ron Ploof
Ron Ploof
Re: Financial Times Says Good-Bye to Apple’s App Store - http://1timstreet.com/blog...
"This'll be interesting, Tim. I've always viewed the iTunes store as like the Hotel California, "You can checkout any time you wanna want, but you can never leave." I'm just wondering if during the next iOS update, if the app mysteriously stops working:-)" - Ron Ploof
Ron Ploof
Re: Financial Times Says Good-Bye to Apple’s App Store - http://www.disqus.com/people...
"This'll be interesting, Tim. I've always viewed the iTunes store as like the Hotel California, "You can checkout any time you wanna want, but you can never leave." I'm just wondering if during the next iOS update, if the app mysteriously stops working:-)" - Ron Ploof
Ron Ploof
The Numbers Behind Social Checkins and Location-Based Mobile Apps - http://www.corporate-eye.com/blog...
The part I found interesting was that although the majority of respondents (63%) were more likely to interact with a large brand as opposed to a small business, the results flip-flop as they are more likely to share interactions with small businesses via blogs, Facebook, Twitter... - Ron Ploof
Ron Ploof
Re: New Media Management Decisions - http://www.disqus.com/people...
"Thanks, Garrett. I'm glad that you enjoyed the book and got some useful things from it. That's the best compliment that any non-fiction author can get." - Ron Ploof
Ron Ploof
Re: New Media Management Decisions - http://ronamok.com/2011...
"Thanks, Garrett. I'm glad that you enjoyed the book and got some useful things from it. That's the best compliment that any non-fiction author can get." - Ron Ploof
Ron Ploof
Putting radiation into perspective - Ron Ploof
Ron Ploof
A shock video to keep news execs up at night - http://newsosaur.blogspot.com/2011...
I love that this article talks about lowering the cost of content creation. It is the first step that all companies, publishers and businesses should consider when facing new technologies. - Ron Ploof
Ron Ploof
Re: Assets Produce Dividends - http://www.disqus.com/people...
"Hi Blake, You are correct. In this case the nonprofit uses the "Virtual Terminal" service, so in the true spirit of transparency, I included the $30/month charge. But you also raise an important point. Any company that balks at such a small charge that is directly related to raising in cash, should not be taken seriously as a business to work for or to take-on as a client:-)" - Ron Ploof
Ron Ploof
Re: Assets Produce Dividends - http://ronamok.com/2011...
"Hi Blake, You are correct. In this case the nonprofit uses the "Virtual Terminal" service, so in the true spirit of transparency, I included the $30/month charge. But you also raise an important point. Any company that balks at such a small charge that is directly related to raising in cash, should not be taken seriously as a business to work for or to take-on as a client:-)" - Ron Ploof
Ron Ploof
Re: Frankenstein Marketing - http://ronamok.com/2011...
"Thanks, Deb. I loved the article. I like how he says how technical folks "...treat their technology like it’s art." Here is a link to the article" - Ron Ploof
Ron Ploof
Re: Frankenstein Marketing - http://www.disqus.com/people...
"Thanks, Deb. I loved the article. I like how he says how technical folks "...treat their technology like it’s art." Here is a link to the article" - Ron Ploof
Ron Ploof
SM Pioneers: Tom Foremski, Silicon Valley Watcher - http://globalneighbourhoods.net/2011...
Shel nails it...again! - Ron Ploof
Ron Ploof
Things Companies Don’t Want to Hear about Social Media - http://blog.sysomos.com/2011...
Excellent Discussion of the work required for successful use of social media. - Ron Ploof
Ron Ploof
Re: Vets try to save USS Iowa - The Daily Iowan - http://www.disqus.com/people...
"The Pacific Battleship Center is working very hard to bring the USS IOWA to the port of Los Angeles. If you'f like more information, please visit http://pacificbattleship.com" - Ron Ploof
Ron Ploof
Re: Vets try to save USS Iowa - The Daily Iowan - http://www.dailyiowan.com/2011...
"The Pacific Battleship Center is working very hard to bring the USS IOWA to the port of Los Angeles. If you'd like more information, please visit http://pacificbattleship.com" - Ron Ploof
Ron Ploof
The last paragraph of the first article hits hits the nail on the head: "...businesses must increasingly compete on the value of their content rather than the size of their advertising budget..." - Ron Ploof
Ron Ploof
Re: “Social” is a Head Fake - http://www.disqus.com/people...
"Thanks GMS! Just one point for clarification, I use the grammatically incorrect word "mediums" intentionally. It's use is explained in an earlier post http://ronamok.com/2010..." - Ron Ploof
Ron Ploof
Re: “Social” is a Head Fake - http://ronamok.com/2011...
"Thanks GMS! Just one point for clarification, I use the grammatically incorrect word "mediums" intentionally. It's use is explained in an earlier post http://ronamok.com/2010/07/29/..." - Ron Ploof
Ron Ploof
"Stories are the vehicles by which humans convey meaning." - Ron Ploof
Ron Ploof
"Stories are the vehicles by which humans convey meaning." - Ron Ploof
Ron Ploof
"Stories are the vehicles by which humans convey meaning." - Ron Ploof
Ron Ploof
Amazing 360 degree user controllable video from a helicopter - http://philipbloom.net/2011...
Very cool. User controlled panorama video. It took a little while for me to get the hang of it. Give it a try. - Ron Ploof
Ron Ploof
Dear Facebook: As an Analyst, It’s Hard to Be Your Friend - http://www.gilliganondata.com/index...
And I thought it was just me:-) - Ron Ploof
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