Posts Tagged ‘Web 2.0’

Public Relations Using Web 2.0

Monday, July 6th, 2009

by Julie Ann Ross

Public relations has undergone a rapid transformation in order to take advantage of the power of the internet and Web 2.0 platforms. The internet has evolved from its first stages of development into an environment in which people interact with one another through an expanding menu of tools. In essence, content has largely ceded territory to conversations. (more…)

Web 2.0, Social Media, and You

Tuesday, November 4th, 2008


Miles BurkeWeb 2.0 — it’s just pretty colors, large text, and gradients, right? Maybe it’s about crazy domain names with missing vowels or completely fabricated business names? Perhaps it’s about collaboration and user-centered services. Regardless, there’s a revolution happening here that we either need to understand or else be left behind.

This week, I took some time to speak to social media strategist, Stephen Collins, in a short interview about Web 2.0 and social media.

Darling of the microblogging world, Twitter, has had a fair amount of coverage in the media since it started not so long ago. Tribune co-editor, Brendon, mentioned the Britney example last week, and it doesn’t stop there — we jump into the SitePoint archives to see what’s been said.

Speaking of Twitter, did you know SitePoint has a Twitter account? You can keep up to date with all things SitePoint, by following sitepointdotcom.

Finally, to start work on the next Web 2.0 killer app, you’ll need a great design. I’ll show you where you can find a fantastic web-based image editor, not unlike those big-ticket commercial versions — and this one is free.

Enjoy the reading!

Miles Burke
(or milesb on Twitter!)


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