New Media Crash Course Video Sessions In Social and Digital Media

New media… a big idea.

A New Social Media Revolution has Already Begun

Social Media Revolution 2 is a refresh of the original video ( with new and updated social media & mobile statistics that are hard to ignore. Based on the book Socialnomics by Erik Qualman.

…and now that you know the facts, take a dive into the offbeat and educational side of the new media world.


The Assumption Song

Ever think dirty?

Blogs in Plain English

A video for people who wonder why blogs are such a big deal.

Phishing Scams in Plain English

A short guide to recognizing and avoiding phishing scams.

New Media Douchebags Explained: Who Not to Know

How to blog, Twitter, podcast, poke, write on Facebook walls and become a new media douchebag.

RSS in Plain English

A short explanation of RSS and how it helps you save time reading the web.

Social Media in Plain English

A simple story that illustrates the forces shaping social media.

Social Media Revolution

Social Media Revolution: Is social media a fad? Or is it the biggest shift since the Industrial Revolution? This video details social media facts and figures that are hard to ignore.

Social Media Revolution: The Value of Influence

Thanks to the internet. every single one of us has a valuable resource: influence. You can now make money and get a free t-shirt using your social media influence

Social Media ROI: Socialnomics

Social Media ROI: Socialnomics is by Socialnomics author Erik Qualman. This video showcases several Social Media ROI examples, along with other effective Social Media Strategies.

Social Networking in Plain English

A short explanation of social networking websites and why they are popular.

Twitter in Plain English

A quick and plain-English intro into the micro-blogging service Twitter.

Twitter Search in Plain English

How Twitter Search creates new opportunities for business feedback.

Wikis in Plain English

A short explanation of wikis and how they can be used to coordinate a group.

World Wide Web in Plain English

A short explanation of what makes the World Wide Web work: browsers, packets, servers and links.

We really hope this multimedia roundup taught you something useful and reminded you to always take what you find and hear online with a grain of salt.


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