All Blog Posts Tagged 'online' (4)

How activist should we be on line?

I got an interesting question posed to me by some members as a result of my message to OZloop members on the GetUp petition concerning the slaughter of live export cattle.

The view put forward was that if OZloop gets too broad in content it risks losing people who want to discuss government machinery, but are uncomfortable with activist positions.

On reflection I do agree with that view. So if I have made anyone feel uncomfortable I apologize. Point taken.

These… Continue

Added by steve davies on June 1, 2011 at 8:55am — No Comments

Twitter - online engagement without having to engage at all

I posted this to my blog last month and thought I might share it here.

There is an… Continue

Added by Matthew Crozier on May 11, 2010 at 12:51pm — 7 Comments

Identifying and Managing the Risks of (not) Engaging Online

Goodafternoon All

I found this an insightful and interesting read. Food for though - a little brain food. Has anyone got any experiences to share around engaging with clients, customers or stakeholders online? I would love to hear them.



Added by K J Flanigan on March 11, 2010 at 11:33am — No Comments

Politicians Online

The other day I was having a bit of chat with Craig Thomler about OZloop and thing Gov 2.0. During our conversation I said that I could see no reason why politicians could not openly take part in conversations online. That's not to say I cannot see the challenges.

There are, of course, a million reasons why not. Being taken out of context, having their views interpreted as those of Government etc etc… Continue

Added by steve davies on November 29, 2009 at 4:30pm — No Comments

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