Have you felt it? I’m thinking you have, but perhaps you haven’t really identified it, or put it into context with regards to what you youself is working on. The feeling of being part of something bigger than yourself – a community, a group, a niche, a gathering, a tribe… A ”we” instead of necessarily…Read more Making stories together
So, we're now writing (or trying to remember to write) 2016. As I've done for the past few years, I've compiled a publication consisting of a curation of my blog posts from the past year. The posts deal with media, audience engagement, multiplatform and corporate storytelling, principles of social media campaigning and more - basically…Read more One Year in Now Media – 2015
Cross media, transmedia, multiplatform storytelling, deep media… the terms are legion and intertwining, as I’m sure most readers of this blog know already. At the heart of all of them lies an urge to tell compelling stories over more than one media, in ways that engages and immerses the audience and utilize the strengths of…Read more Possibly impossible – the challenging art of looking past what is possible to what is probable
We're nearing the end of the year, and keeping with the tradition of the past couple of years I've compiled a curation of this blog and other blog posts I've written. The posts are combined with interviews with some of the sharpest minds in the multi platform and transmedia field - Christy Dena, Jeff Gomez,…Read more One Year in Now Media 2013 Edition
There are as many recipes for success in the sphere of social media as there are bloggers and tweeple out there. I personally think the only thing we need to do to be successful with social media is to BARF!B. - Be creative and original, be knowledgeable and interestingA. - Accept other's views and opinions,…Read more Social media success – all we have to do is BARF!
One thing I've been thinking about. Comments appreciated. I think this is pretty naive, in a way. Would like to ponder more, and discuss.In today’s social media world, there is only one currency that matters. That currency is Time. The Time your followers devote to reading and ReTweeting your tweets on Twitter. The Time your…Read more The social media currency
...or, "My take on social media, pt II".See, it occured me the other day, that people have been for a very very long time defined by what they do. Sure, there have been royalties and icons, celebrities and famous people, who have reached a pinnacle where what they did didn't really matter anymore, just THAT…Read more It’s not what we do, it’s who we are.