ADL's social media strategy for WCM
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Originally published on the ADL4WCM Blog on July 8 2010
Welcome to the Australia Development Lab's Lotus Web Content Management Blog.
This is my first post on this new Blog, so a quick introduction. My primary role within IBM is as an Information Developer...which is another term for Technical Writer...my main focus is on writing documentation for the Lotus Web Content Management product. I am based in the Pyrmont Office of the Aust
Recently I have been asked to take on an additional role of Social Media Advocate for out Lab. The purpose of this role is to create an online presence for the Pyrmont Lab using social media tools such as Blogs, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. The goals of using these social media tools include:
This Blog is the first step in achieving those goals.
So what will I use this Blog for...well, personally, I will be using it as a way of sharing my experiences of using Lotus Web Content Management. In my role as Information Developer, I regularly create websites using WCM...so I thought it would be interesting and useful to share my thoughts with the wider WCM community as I develop new websites...share my ideas of how I decide how best to build a site, how I use the different features in WCM to achieve different goals, and what mistakes I might make along the way...and hopefully how I learn from my mistakes...
I will also be encouraging other members of our Team to share their experiences as well...
So, I hope you will all find this Blog a useful resource, and am looking forward to hearing your feedback as you share my adventures in the world of building websites using Lotus Web Content Management.