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Apr
18th
Fri
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BlogIT

I’ve trouble to get out the posts from Facebook? What is the problem?

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Testing BlogIT

I’ve trouble to get out the posts from Facebook? What is the problem?

Apr
17th
Thu
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BlogIT from Facebook

Testing SixApart BlogIT from Facebook

Good Morning blogosphere and microbloggers. I’m testing the “Brought to you by Six Apart. Sign up for a free blog on Vox” BlogIT application on Facebook.

I can send out blogpost to several channels at the same time. This helps me to update my blogs without the need to sign in individually to each of them.

I got the information through Robert Scobleizer and linked to:

http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/sixapart_ties_it_all_together.php

Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb: SixApart’s BlogIt Could Be the Start of Something Big — SixApart launched BlogIt by TypePad last night, a Facebook app that lets you post to SixApart blogs and other blogging software like WordPress, Blogger and Tumblr, to your Facebook Newsfeed and to Twitter all from one place.


SixApart launched BlogIt by TypePad last night, a Facebook app that lets you post to SixApart blogs and other blogging software like WordPress, Blogger and Tumblr, to your Facebook Newsfeed and to Twitter all from one place. It’s the kind of app that makes Facebook all the closer to being a one stop social media experience.

Helge: My first impression is very positive. I’ve use for this application

The service could be more fully developed but it’s certainly in the lead compared to other services aiming to do the same thing. A close look at the details leads us to believe that this could be a much bigger move than it might seem to be. Here’s a few reasons why we believe it’s so interesting.

Tying the Social Graph Together

SixApart is a leading company in the field of social graph experimentation and the most outspoken participating company willing to be critical of some of Google’s efforts like OpenSocial. BlogIt is interesting beyond its basic functionality because it can tie together confirmed accounts on Facebook, outside blogs and Twitter - then place that information in the hands of a company dedicating significant time and resources to leveraging such information in the interests of users. BlogIt may be just a beachhead landed in the hostile territory not of Facebook, but of online identity chaos in general.

Helge: This is certainly adding my use of Facebook. Things can change over night. I was getting tired about all the new FB apps. but this one is a “killer”.

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Testing SixApart BlogIT from Facebook

Good Morning blogosphere and microbloggers. I’m testing the “Brought to you by Six Apart. Sign up for a free blog on Vox” BlogIT application on Facebook.

I can send out blogpost to several channels at the same time. This helps me to update my blogs without the need to sign in individually to each of them.

I got the information through Robert Scobleizer and linked to:

http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/sixapart_ties_it_all_together.php

Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb: SixApart’s BlogIt Could Be the Start of Something Big — SixApart launched BlogIt by TypePad last night, a Facebook app that lets you post to SixApart blogs and other blogging software like WordPress, Blogger and Tumblr, to your Facebook Newsfeed and to Twitter all from one place.


SixApart launched BlogIt by TypePad last night, a Facebook app that lets you post to SixApart blogs and other blogging software like WordPress, Blogger and Tumblr, to your Facebook Newsfeed and to Twitter all from one place. It’s the kind of app that makes Facebook all the closer to being a one stop social media experience.

Helge: My first impression is very positive. I’ve use for this application

The service could be more fully developed but it’s certainly in the lead compared to other services aiming to do the same thing. A close look at the details leads us to believe that this could be a much bigger move than it might seem to be. Here’s a few reasons why we believe it’s so interesting.

Tying the Social Graph Together

SixApart is a leading company in the field of social graph experimentation and the most outspoken participating company willing to be critical of some of Google’s efforts like OpenSocial. BlogIt is interesting beyond its basic functionality because it can tie together confirmed accounts on Facebook, outside blogs and Twitter - then place that information in the hands of a company dedicating significant time and resources to leveraging such information in the interests of users. BlogIt may be just a beachhead landed in the hostile territory not of Facebook, but of online identity chaos in general.

Helge: This is certainly adding my use of Facebook. Things can change over night. I was getting tired about all the new FB apps. but this one is a “killer”.

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Testing SixApart BlogIT

Good Morning blogosphere and microbloggers. I’m testing the “Brought to you by Six Apart. Sign up for a free blog on Vox” BlogIT application on Facebook.

I can send out blogpost to several channels at the same time. This helps me to update my blogs without the need to sign in individually to each of them.

I got the information through Robert Scobleizer and linked to:

http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/sixapart_ties_it_all_together.php

Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb: SixApart’s BlogIt Could Be the Start of Something Big — SixApart launched BlogIt by TypePad last night, a Facebook app that lets you post to SixApart blogs and other blogging software like WordPress, Blogger and Tumblr, to your Facebook Newsfeed and to Twitter all from one place.


SixApart launched BlogIt by TypePad last night, a Facebook app that lets you post to SixApart blogs and other blogging software like WordPress, Blogger and Tumblr, to your Facebook Newsfeed and to Twitter all from one place. It’s the kind of app that makes Facebook all the closer to being a one stop social media experience.

Helge: My first impression is very positive. I’ve use for this application

The service could be more fully developed but it’s certainly in the lead compared to other services aiming to do the same thing. A close look at the details leads us to believe that this could be a much bigger move than it might seem to be. Here’s a few reasons why we believe it’s so interesting.

Tying the Social Graph Together

SixApart is a leading company in the field of social graph experimentation and the most outspoken participating company willing to be critical of some of Google’s efforts like OpenSocial. BlogIt is interesting beyond its basic functionality because it can tie together confirmed accounts on Facebook, outside blogs and Twitter - then place that information in the hands of a company dedicating significant time and resources to leveraging such information in the interests of users. BlogIt may be just a beachhead landed in the hostile territory not of Facebook, but of online identity chaos in general.

Helge: This is certainly adding my use of Facebook. Things can change over night. I was getting tired about all the new FB apps. but this one is a “killer”.

Oct
7th
Sun
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Business Building

Trythis is an interesting new service

Sep
22nd
Sat
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Dynamic Capabilities

We’re working with a project that has been coined the IBM of Biotechnology. Some key concepts:

  1. New Dynamic Dimensions and Capabilities
  2. BioCity
  3. CleanCity
  4. Green Energy
  5. CleanTech
  6. Position and recognition system
  7. Replacing the dominant socioeconomic system with the CleanTech concept with micro technology and biotechnology as a point of view
  8. Innovative Business Management
  9. Emerging new communities and industries applying clean-tech and biotech solutions
  10. Demand driven perspectives

The concept of dynamic capabilities

  1. ICT
  2. Biotechnology
  3. Environmental products and the clean-tech mindset
  4. Innovative offer
  5. Emotive dimensions

The competitive positioning

  1. Efficient use of individual intellectual capital
  2. Sustainable and real competitive positioning
  3. Renew and articulate the global offering
  4. Transition from orphaned intellectual offering to emerging new communities
  5. Building the third generation future science parks
  6. Defining the recognition spheres
  7. Members
  8. Leaders
  9. Positioning
  10. Space and Time
  11. The Digital Villages mindset is a part of the whole
A lot of successful websites depend on returning visitors to account for a major part of their traffic. Returning visitors are easier to convert into paying customers because the more often they return to a site, the more trust they have in that site. The credibility issue just melts away.
Sep
19th
Wed
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Live Event Blogging

Starting today…the Swedish language blog Mediracer

  1. New service
  2. Can be applied to any company
  3. Presentation of event, service, seminar, expo, product launch
  4. I’m testing Google Powerpoint here
  5. It’s my first Google Powerpoint ever
  6. It’s good for co-creation and sharing

Malmö, SwedenThu, 20 Sep 2007 10:29:54 -0500 

I think this could be Veijo reading the blog…

This is Olli: Oulu, FinlandThu, 20 Sep 2007 13:10:58 -0500 

We can refine the statistics.

Google Powerpoint can be used for Live presentations as well.

SOCIAL MEDIA

A good networking program should contain a mix of all that is useful business wise in

  1. MS Outlook
  2. Google Reader
  3. Plaxo
  4. Xing
  5. LinkedIn
  6. Maximizer
  7. Twitter and Jaiku for an efficient form of file transfer
  8. Mix the capacity to send large emails as in Gmail
  9. The audio and chat communication abilities of Skype
Sep
17th
Mon
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Live Presentation

We’ve spoken internally, Olli, Irja and myself about Live presentations of important events.

I’ve been looking at TechCrunch40. It’s a great idea to blog some special events using:

  1. Twitter
  2. Jaiku
  3. Flickr
  4. YouTube
  5. The point is in making it real time
  6. Live!


TechCrunch40 reporting by Center Networks. “The part that really irked me (CN blogger) was the TC blog posts. There are 100 of the top bloggers and journalists covering the web tech scene at this event, why not let them have a crack at writing about what’s going on? No. TC had to be first, so just minutes before each presentation, their posts went live. Sure Duncan is live blogging but so many of the posts were pre-made. Let the other bloggers write about your conference just as you do with others. It’s almost like the conference was made just to give TC 170 exclusives :)

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Website vs. Blog

A blog is more personal and conversational in style compared to the more static and official outlook of a website.

  • Both are needed
  • Blogs are great tools for interaction with people
  • A blog is like a discussion with someone in the Coffee Shop or in a Seminar
  • Wrote about it on Twitter

Helge V. Keitel digitalvillages @loudmouthman, thanks for MS EU news. Twitter is great in bringing the headlines to my screen by people who are like personal friends compared to much more impersonal news. Coverd this in Twitter this morning.

 THE BLOGOSPHERE

When you are growing your business or blog, a link from a popular blog can help a great deal. It will bring you interested visitors and perhaps some secondary links or traffic from other bloggers who follow the popular blog.

The question begs to be asked: Just how do you get a mention and link from these influential bloggers?

It’s really not difficult. You’ll only have to pitch your business or website by sending them an email. After all, bloggers can only write about something when they are aware that it exists, wouldn’t you agree?

The unfortunate truth is that email promotions are not often not enough to guarantee a link or mention, especially when the blogger in question is incredibly busy or receives lots of emails everyday.

To increase the chances of a successful email pitch, you’ll need to build a tactical relationship with the specific blogger.

Helge V. Keitel digitalvillages @Profy, No need to bookmark, your service brings news to my screen. Have a great Monday…or it’s Monday here on the old continent. We build an integrated service where a number of blogs and microblogs are interacting.

  • Blogging
  • Microblogging
  • Twitter
  • Jaiku
  • Other social media tools


The process is continuous.

  • Writing on a daily basis
  • Provides search engine visibility
  • The steps are documented all the time to provide transperency

The most important to remember is this: online networking shouldn’t be any different from the way you socialize off-line.

You don’t just go up to someone and ask them to promote your product in their shop.

At the very least, you need to introduce yourself and establish a relationship of trust before the other person will bite.

Sep
16th
Sun
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It’s a Journey

The Finnish and English blogs have been established. The Swedish version has to wait until we have text and picture material.

The roadmap to success can include various kinds of stories:

  1. Pictures as digital storytelling impulses
  2. Postcards sent from various parts can be blogged
  3. We want to make it personal and easy to approach
  4. This information can service the general public, press and the health care community with valuable background information

Blogging is a personal and conversational way for communication with customers. The medical and academic communities have a stricter form for communication.

Blogs are a way to get in touch with end-users and the general public. We can reach people around the globe. 

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YouTube

I’ve digged in the availability of pictures and videos about carpal tunnel syndrome diagnostic methods and treatment.

I would go out and add videos and pictures on the net. It’s important to spread the availability.

People go to their computers and google about CTS. Naming and tagging the photographs is important to make it easy for search engines to find them. 

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Photo Gallery

I’d like to know if your company has a digital photo gallery? It would be great to have a gallery of photos that can be used in the context of CTS.

  • The ownership
  • Copyright
  • Size of photos isn’t important
  • Skype is an good tool for interviews while we can type and chat during the dialog
  • How about video clips?
  • I will check what is available on youtube

I use big pictures in the blog to give people a rapid overview about what a product is good for.

The social aspects are also important. It’s important that the people behind the product are profiled.

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Point of Care Background

This is a tool for the management of blog content. We can edit and improve the content.

The apps. (applications) are there to add interactivity. Google search and other search engines are following blog entries and the idea is to get people to participate and comment.

  • The health care industry
  • Officials
  • Individuals
  • Doctors
  • Nurses

I read that the objective is to go to

  1. France
  2. Germany
  3. Italy
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The project

We plan to start with three blogs.

  1. English
  2. Finnish
  3. Swedish

We can expand with French, German and Spanish in the beginning of next year. Every language will have its own blog. New elements will be added.

We focus on.

  • UK
  • Finland
  • Sweden

This is a new business model.

  1. Global Open Innovation
  2. Co-creation

A short story in Finnish. I blog in Taloussanomat and this blog has been read by 3333 readers.

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