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The pwcom blog is moving

After six years of blogging with TypePad, I have just migrated my technology blog ExtranetEvolution.com to a new blog platform (a self-hosted installation of WordPress). I am also using the same platform for my website pwcom.co.uk and for this blog (run on WordPress.com). I hope you like the look and feel of the new site(s).

I will not be adding any new posts here – instead please click through to the new pwcom blog.

If you have linked to this blog, please redirect your link to the new blog address: http://blog.pwcom.co.uk/. And if you have subscribed to this blog, I hope you will do the same for the new one.

Existing content from this site has been migrated. I am working through the new site to ensure that all the internal links work on the new domain, and to ensure images and other embedded content (YouTube video, SlideShare presentations, etc ) are also reproduced pretty much as they were. Please let me know if you find anything broken, etc.

This site will remain up for a few weeks, but I will eventually take it down to avoid confusing visitors (and Google) with duplicate content.

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Measuring influence and social capital in construction

As Twitter usage has grown, people want to quantify how influential some tweeters are, and I have been incorporating two commonly used tools, Klout and PeerIndex, into my work.

EEPaul rated on Klout.comKlout’s strapline is “The standard for online influence,” while PeerIndex aims to help you “understand your social capital.” …

This post is now available here: http://www.blog.pwcom.co.uk/2011/04/19/measuring-influence-and-social-capital-in-construction/

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For online-only B2B media, Twitter matters

Avatar for Construction EnquirerFor the last year I have been following the Construction Enquirer, an online-only free news publication established in April 2010 by former print journalists Aaron Morby and Grant Prior. As the business model of traditional B2B industry publications has come under pressure from online sources, it has been interesting to watch the Enquirer‘s advertising-funded progress.

This blog post is now at http://www.blog.pwcom.co.uk/2011/04/15/for-online-only-b2b-media-twitter-matters/

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Fuelling the CIPR conversation

CIPR - The ConversationI already overuse the word “conversation”. Now it seems my professional body, the Chartered Institute of Public Relations, is set to add to my use of the term.

Blog post now at http://www.blog.pwcom.co.uk/2011/04/05/fuelling-the-cipr-conversation/

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Constructing Excellence Social Media Forum

We had a good turn-out for Constructing Excellence‘s first social media forum, held at Arup’s Fitzroy Street offices in London, with some great presentations and discussion….

Blog post now at http://www.blog.pwcom.co.uk/2011/03/31/constructing-excellence-social-media-forum/

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