Associated to a Cause, Community Management is a useful Weapon of Massive Awareness. It acts as a strategic ally in building, consolidating awareness around the foundations, values or the overall image of the Movement. Dynamic Community Management is a powerful catalyst and accelerator for the development of new objectives, events or achievements and can be the basis of the Movement’s success in the real world. WANTED’s September 10’s Port Louis successful Protest March is the perfect example! Fighting the basics of the cause becomes, then, futile! Continue reading
Community Management is surely the biggest buzz of this century. It’s the new talk of the cybertown. A new department created within web-related businesses, along with the powering up of Social Media and Networks.
Describing Community Management would imply writing at least a thousand pages about the art and techniques of driving a group of people, within one or more virtual networks, towards a common objective, respective of common interests. To make it simpler, it’s about governing, policing and motivating groups. In the broader picture, it would be about legislating and enforcing. Continue reading
Steeve Jobs dies at the age of 56, at the top of a corporation that changed the world for ever. What A life!
May he inspire us, here, in our forth-coming long and harsh battles to be fought… Let he be the beacon in our conquest of our new homeland.
RIP Mr. Apple
Managing a +21K members Mauritian Facebook wall, is just an awesome experience.
I won’t hide my pride of being associated to Jameel Peerally’s WANTED : 15,000 Youngsters to Save OUR Future! (called hereafter WANTED) commendable, timely, populist Facebook initiative. But I guess it is about time I shed some light on what the Facebook Administrator’s/ Moderator’s job is about. Continue reading
Videsh is a common Mauritian, a Quatre-Bornes born and bred 25-yr old youngster. He works 6 days a week and earns a basic MUR 8,500 per month, which gets him around the MUR 47.25 per hour mark, (knowing that the usual Mauritian working week does 45 hours). And we won’t take overtime into account for this example. The minimum legal salary threshold in Mauritius is outrageously set at ONLY MUR 3,437 per month. (Source ILO – http://bit.ly/q5DzYf ) Continue reading