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using forum, blog
Forum (this) with subscription so that automatic notification is received in my e-mail and I can then access to check out.
For networking, I would follow some Facebook profile with update news, but will maintain the main information in a private network. The same could be done to Twitter or other media profiles. The goal is that you don’t need to access regularly every different network you belong to, but rather receive in your favorite social media updates notifications, and know when you need to get in.
In my case, Facebook.
I am afraid of being interupted by social media and prefer those media, where I can decide when to look after them
As a source of information and dissemination of research results.
Social media can be used to send out general information about project to attract new customers.
Social media can be used to elevate webpage ranking done by search engines and thus contribute to make our webpages more visible…
To share information and common project work documents/files
Share info, docs/data and deadlines of the project.
We could use social media as a way of advertising our project and the events we organise (Twitter, Facebook…).
Regarding the project, an option could be using “closed” social networks in each case study to interact with stakeholders. However, this requires an effort that may not be worth the gains.
Promote service capabilities, to advertise what can be done maybe through something like newsfeed or newsletter but very short, to create interest in a more every day, easy to follow approach (less scientific).
Do you already use social media? Some of you noted that it can be used to share information and in advertising – do you use it in that way already?
Currently we are working on a proposal to use LinkedIN as a channel in order to strengthen the SWICCA community. In the previous comments there were some remarks on Facebook and Twitter. Would you like to use these as well for communication and dissemination purposes?
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