10 Social Software Lessons – Web “3.0” in ZA

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Translator, Mike Stopforth has written a good article about 10 Lessons learnt from Social Software implementations. I mentioned point 4 in a comment on the Sally Falkow post about Web PR+.

Here are the 10 lessons learnt from Social Software Impletmentations according to Mike Stopforth:

  1. Social Software is not for everyone.
  2. Social Software is about people.
  3. Don’t be an IT consultant.
  4. Find a sponsor.
  5. Cool tools are not enough.
  6. Cater for the Dumbest Person in the Room (Building, Office Park, Multi-national, BlogRoll)
  7. Start small to get big.
  8. Design is everything.
  9. Get your hands dirty.
  10. Don’t flog a dead horse.

Your probably think here goes a rehash of another local bloggers post but as mr helping me translate Stopforth says, communication has to be clear and not in code people like him will not understand.

Anyways, following Mike’s advice, You Web AddiCT has stumbled upon an interesting post about what a prominent blog believes Web 3.0 will be. In the spirit of catering for the ‘dumbest’ person reading this and before we direct your attention to what could be Web 3.0 and how I believe it is already happening in South Africa 1st get your head around 10 Lessons in Social software implementations.

Up next… The 4th C to be added to Content, Commerce, Community. What is the 4th C?

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