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The Free Social Media Training Platform

We have had success providing our social media training platform to a number of REALTOR Boards (an example in far flung Oklahoma City) and are extending the platform to any associations or enterprises who can use a social media training resource free. The free social media training platform View more presentations from Pat Kitano. We’re […]

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Breaking News Network awarded Most Innovative Media 2009 by Inman News

The Breaking News Network was awarded Most Innovative Media 2009 by Inman News this morning. Everybody has been asking us – why is the Breaking News Network innovative? Breaking News sites like Breaking San Francisco News aggregate the best Twitter feeds in a city. They filter the Twitter experience so you’re not seeing the noise. […]

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The Local Business Owner’s Guide to Twitter

We’re leveraging participation in each city within the Breaking News Network by helping local businesses understand the power of Twitter as local advertising media: Twitter For Local Advertising View more OpenOffice presentations from Pat Kitano. We’ve published a simple, but explicit eBook introduction to Twitter for local businesses called “The Local Business Owner’s Guide to […]

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A Working Business Model based on ‘Free” – for Chambers

(This is an audio presentation – click the Play button) How to make Chambers relevant to their members and the community View more OpenOffice presentations from Pat Kitano.

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The Democratic Web: Giving People the DIY Tools to Build their own Web Applications

Yes, we know how easy it is to build a web application today. WeFollow.com, launched by digg’s Kevin Rose, became a hit and got cloned quickly by Twitr.org: Although the barriers to entry for developing a web application are low, it’s still difficult for non-technical “normal” people to build their own web application easily. Most […]

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Zappos-izing Companies

Zappos has become iconic as THE enterprise that embraces social media – it occupies a singular position that no other company seems to be able to touch so far. And it’s surprising that we haven’t heard of any other company that hasn’t institutionalized social media as an important facet of their organization. Social media is […]

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The Best Way to Become the Hub of your Community using Twitter

The Best Way to Become the Hub of your Community using Twitter View more presentations from Pat Kitano. We’re registering for our next Social Media Marketing workshops starting Friday, May 8 at 10:30pdt / 1:30edt. During these sessions, we help build Breaking News City sites for our clients. Register at http://DomusConsultingGroup.com/101h. Breaking News City Sites: […]

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The Breaking News Network

The Domus Breaking News Network is an initiative by the Domus Consulting Group to create new online media to broadcast real time information. The emergence of social media applications like Twitter that provide instantaneous ways to broadcast and communicate any kind of news is changing the way people digest information. For example, advertising as a […]

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BreakingNYCNews.com – “Instant time” hyperlocal news

BreakingSFNews.com, BreakingLANews.com and BreakingNYCNews.com broadcast what is happening in each city in real time through a survey of local Twitter feeds and contributions from Twitterers who add tweets to the scrolling news feed using a specific #hashtag system. The Advent of the Breaking News websites We’re just beginning to see the development of “breaking news” […]

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Social Media Consulting from Top to Bottom

We’re receiving assignments that help corporations reposition themselves as “Zappos” of their industry. This is the mission we’ve been aiming for with our consulting business. I think we’re reaching a tipping point for the adoption of social media by society where companies and organizations now must understand that reaching the customer through conversational means instead […]

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