Monthly Archives: January 2012

Netnography in Turkish

Last SummTurkish_Flager I traveled to Turkey and had the time of my life there. It is a beautiful country filled with wonderful people and I cannot say enough about the hospitality, intelligence, and culture of the Turkish people. And of course they are a people of exquisite taste…which is why they are obviously so interested in Netnography.

I have had a number of brilliant Turkish students and colleagues who have been eager early adopters of the netnographic method and are already making big contributions to our global understanding of social media and social media marketing. Before my travels there, a very kind academic translated one of my white papers about Netnography into the Turkish language. I present it in a link here for everyone in Turkey, to hopefully help to bring Netnography to Turkey in even greater and more accessible fashion. Thank you so much for the translation!  I really appreciate it. Here it is

The Return

Someone should do research on keeping up a blog. The ups and downs. The thrills and chills. The attention and neglect. Maybe there is already such research. I would be very interested to hear about it.

How life can sometimes get in the way of blogging. Darn that life thing. What nerve!

Well, I’m back and the blogging is easy. Tomorrow, my Social Media Marketing and Management class starts up again at Schulich for the Winter 2012 term. I am hoping to share lots of good material with all of you good people. My voice is back online. Let the fun continue….