I didn’t do any more reporting from the usefulsocialmedia conference yesterday as I was involved in the moderation of a number of panel sessions and I had my presentation in the evening. Talking of which, here it is, all available on slideshare.net/orange, under a creative commons licence. In that presentation, I delivered my thoughts about the status of social media today, I also delved into 10 different business cases which I – or my colleagues – have gone through at Orange and I have also added facts and figures as much as possible. I have also tried to challenge the title of the presentation.
June 27, 2012
what social media tool for what message? #csmb2c
[En] Yann Gourvennec has dealt with Marketing and innovation for over 20 years. He created the http://visionarymarketing.com website in 1996. This blog is a personal blog. [Fr] Yann Gourvennec a plus de 20 ans d'expérience en Marketing & Innovation. Il a créé le site http://visionarymarketing.com en 1996. Ce blog est un blog personnel. View all posts by visionarymarketing
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