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If World Vision can do it, you can too

In Big ideas, tiny budgets, I shared some of the good work World Vision is doing using viral video to draw attention to their initiatives in the US and Australia. Now, World Vision is back with a new video that builds upon their teenage affluenza theme: \ Watch this video on YouTube. Here’s the description: […]

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Social media for social good interview on NetSquared

Last week, I was interviewed by Jed Sundwall at NetSquared, a group of passionate social media advocates whose mission is to “spur responsible adoption of social web tools by social benefit organizations.” The focus of the conversation was on what social benefit organizations are missing if they neglect social media, and of course, Responsible Marketing. […]

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Responsible Marketing on socialmedia.alltop.com

Alltop is the excellent blog aggregation site that offers “aggregation without aggravation” because it lists just the best of the best blogs. I was honored to be included in the marketing.alltop category in May and gave you Responsible Marketers the opportunity to weigh in on which badge I should use. So, imagine my surprise when […]

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Using social media to create social good

By popular demand, here’s my deck from PodCamp Seattle: As you probably noticed, I’m not a big fan of slides full of bullets—it’s mostly images. View all the websites mentioned in the deck, as well as all the sites recommended by Twitter friends here: http://del.icio.us/patrickbyers/socialgood I’ve also bookmarked all of the Twitter contributors in case […]

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PodCamp Seattle: Follow it on Twitter, Twemes

Hard to believe PodCamp Seattle is tomorrow. I hope you are coming. If you can’t make it, I’ll be tweeting live except when I’m doing my 1:30 presentation, “Using Social Media to Create Social Good.” You can follow me by clicking here: http://twitter.com/patrickbyers. __________________________________You can view the most recent 10 tweets in the meme here: […]

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Twittering for good and The History of Evil

As I’ve been preparing my presentation for PodCamp Seattle regarding how social media can be used to help create social good, I decided to use social media to reach out and find some great examples. First, I posted a request through Twitter (follow me) and received a couple of good ideas. Then I realized it […]

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Are you amped for PodCamp? Join me in Seattle on June 21st

Responsible marketers know that social media is changing the business landscape and has become an integral part of the marketing mix. If you don’t know social media because you just haven’t had the time to figure it out, now you can get a good primer in less than one day—for free. PodCamp is coming to […]

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Gary Vaynerchuk on personal branding

My partner, Eric Anderson, has been urging me to profile WineLibraryTV.com host Gary Vaynerchuk since I launched this blog. An avid wine collector, Eric has watched Vaynerchuk’s video blog since its debut. Vaynerchuk’s energy, authenticity and social media savvy caught Eric’s attention, and a few others as well. Vaynerchuk is now one of the Internet […]

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Social networking is ready for business. Are you?

I was shocked when I realized how many of Outsource Marketing’s clients and friends of the firm still haven’t gotten their feet wet with social media. No LinkedIn. No Facebook. No Plaxo. No Twitter. No fun. So, I decided to write Social networking is ready for business. Are you? (84 KB, PDF) for this month’s […]

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