Monthly Archives: March 2012

3 reasons to stop interrupting and listen

“We need to stop interrupting what people are interested in & be what people are interested in.” Craig Davis, Chief Creative Officer, Worldwide.  J. Walter Thompson. Technology has made it easier than ever before to speak to customers…. but it’s … Continue reading

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The sisterhood: Why a community full of women could be great news for your brand

We’ve written plenty of posts recently about how online communities can help improve the world, we’ve passed on a few tips on how to grow your own online community, and even some thoughts on the different types of fans your … Continue reading

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Social media and nation building? How online communities are making the voice of a tiny island louder.

“I want to be your friend.  I am also on the Twitter, the Face-book, the Vimeo.  (You can also visit me one day, if you are not too busy and important.)” Does that sound like anyone you know? One of … Continue reading

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Sony +U: How the crowd is helping you to become part of the global volunteering crowd

We’ve been planning to write a post for a while about how crowdsourcing and open innovation can benefit good causes as well as brands and businesses.  There are loads of great examples of non-profits putting online communities to great use … Continue reading

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Sponge update: New features for our communities (Part one)

Here at Sponge we’ve been busy working on some helpful new features for our communities. One of our most recent developments is that our Q&A platform now supports multiple languages (Spanish and German at the moment, with more languages to be added in the future). … Continue reading

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