Influence – The bullshit, best practice and promise
// March 31st, 2010 // Communities/Social Networks, Digital Media Relations, Measurement & Analysis
Here is the presentation I just delivered to Monitoring Social Media Bootcamp.
It seems to have gone down well from the Tweetstream (some Tweets cut and paste below). Thanks so much to the panellists, particularly as you had approximately zero seconds to prepare!
UPDATE 2nd April 2010: I'm delighted that my presentation on slideshare.net has, according to emails I received from slideshare, been their most discussed document on Twitter and Facebook, globally! That means the presentation was promoted to their homepage too. How cool is that?
: "There are 6 levels of interaction when considering influence" @sheldrake
. Consumer to consumer and consumer to supplier are vital. Nice ppt
: Interesting @sheldrake
using NPS as good methodology (contra influence) when academic support for it is patchy #msmbc10
: Very interesting interactive presentation on "Influence" by @Sheldrake
. I wish we had some1 from Klout here to offer a retort #msmbc10
: hey @sheldrake
thanks for the chance of participating on the influence presentation! :) let me know when you need a panelist again #msmbc10
farhan: @sheldrake are your influencer slides available online? #msmbc10
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