New Media on Ulitzer
A recent study run by online business networking service www.MeettheBoss.com
shows that executives are spending an extra 11 hours a month online sharing
their professional experiences and learning from their peers.
The survey asked its executive users what direct value they gained from
spending time running blogs, writing tweets and connecting with other
executives on sites such as LinkedIn, Xing, MeettheBoss, Ryze, Facebook,
Ulitzer and Twitter.
The answers revealed that executives proficient with online activities are
spending an average of 11 hours more per month online than this time last
year – and over 90% of respondents said they felt their time online was
‘very valuable’ to their daily role.
Professionals are rushing to the Web for immediate answers to their most
pressing questions. “I find online business networking very useful,” says
Green Storage Journal
In the week that Daily Mail columnist Melanie Phillips announces, live on the
BBC that Global Warming is a scam. GDS International speaks with Richard
Tarboton for MeettheBoss.TV on his role as Head of Energy & Carbon for BT and
what they are doing towards reducing carbon emissions.
BT Operates in over 170 countries and is one of the world’s leading
providers of communications solutions and services. Richards team have
overall responsibility for BT’s energy and carbon strategy, looking at
energy trading operations across all BT businesses. BT purchase 0.7% o... (more)
We all know that time is money and understand that Social Media Marketing is
a real-time, targeted way of communicating with an engaged and active
demographic – one that gives as much feedback to the company in question as
the company in question provides to the demographic – thus, its usefulness
and transcendent ability.
Most companies, both on the business and consumer sides know and try to
practice this. However, success has not been equally quick for all
enterprises. One of the reasons may be the lack of training within today’s
companies. The global iStrategy 2010 conferen... (more)
Global Media giants GDS International are famed for catering to the needs of
the worlds fortune 500 companies, running leading publications and news
websites for the world's biggest Jet setters. But with the economy still
recovering and the cost of fuel rising Chairman Spencer Green wants to do
more to reflect his readers changing attitudes and Go Green.
Every website in the world requires electricity (generated from the burning
of Fossil-Fuels) to power hosting servers, the networks that connects it to
the rest of the globe and the computers that we view it from. Therefore,
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Counterfeiting is a major problem across many industries, and it's getting
worse. According to Travis Johnson, Vice President and Director of
Legislative Affairs and Policy for the International Anti-Counterfeiting
Coalition, in the 30 years since the association was formed, there has been
significant growth both in terms of volume and diversification of fraud
items. "Back in the 1970s and 1980s counterfeiting was largely a concern for
apparel companies and luxury goods brands," he says.
"The stereotype of ... (more)