Show 1: The good and not so good in Social Media in 2012


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What worked well and what could have been done better in Social Media in 2012?

Jeremy Waite and Mark Jennings  talk about BT, The Dollar Shave Club, Compression Socks Before and After Pictures, the Gangnam Style video, an obscure war criminal, a brand that wants to keep you off their Facebook Page and Nike.

Which of these do you think get the thumbs up and which get the ‘could try harder’ sticker?


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Discussion about "Show 1: The good and not so good in Social Media in 2012

  1. Peter Cross on said:

    Some really interesting guests in the first episode.

    I especially enjoyed Jeremy Waite. Those kinds of stories are what social media is all about. Engaging with the person behind the organisation which then leads to more interest in the business part of the discussion talking about launching products.

    Also interesting to see that going viral doesn’t happen by accident and can take alot of planning.

    I would be interested to hear about social media for professions (accountants, solicitors etc).

    Looking forward to more episodes.

  2. Steve Webb on said:

    I’ll be honest, I don’t normally go in for radio shows like this, but I actually found it really interesting. The guy from Adobe, I could’ve listened to for ages.

    There was plenty to get thinking about and I’m looking forward to the next podcast. It wouldn’t be something that I’d listen live to, but I’ll definitely listen to the podcasts in the future.

    Good luck with the rest of the shows.

    Steve - Thirst First Cocktail & Event Bars

  3. This interesting show was very consumer/brand oriented. Like Peter, I’d be interested in B2B platforms, ie more about Twitter, SlideShare and LinkedIn. And of course more about local SEO and online professional directories.

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