When a buyer announces a strategic acquisition, the positive synergies are always emphasized in the rhetoric. A CEO in a recently-announced $3B telecom merger gushed, “The proposed acquisition makes both companies stronger, faster and smarter.” However, a 2011 study by…
User-centered design for intranets means — no surprise here — centering the design of your intranet around real intranet users. It means watching them interact with your intranet and making design decisions based on what you see. It’s an approach…
We’re pleased to publish a new intranet case study on our site today. It details how ThoughtFarmer has connected a global nonprofit: URC-CHS. Click to read the complete intranet case study, or read the summary here. Fighting malaria, TB, substance…
The term “social intranet” took off in 2010 (see charts).
Senior consultant Bryan Robertson shares best practices on content migration for intranet projects: ugly, underestimated and misunderstood.
I was interested to read Ubervu’s post last week about Traffic Quality – Twitter vs. Google. They shared metrics demonstrating that a web site referral from Twitter was much more valuable to them than a referral from Google. We’ve found quite the opposite. Twitter does drive a lot of traffic, but compare the quality of visit.
We’ve plodded along doing our own marketing. It’s not extensive. We blog, we tweet, we show up at conferences in our t-shirts. We send a newsletter a few times a year. But as we rack up more and more clients, we realize that ThoughtFarmer has tremendous untapped potential.
Dachis Group, let by the former CEO of Razorfish, Jeffrey Dachis, selects ThoughtFarmer as technology partner for delivering social intranet software.
According to the judges, ThoughtFarmer is “one of the best social intranet applications I’ve seen, with a great interface and features.”
ReadWriteWeb, the world’s 15th most popular blog, featured ThoughtFarmer in a post titled, “ThoughtFarmer, Cultivating Social Intranet Software.”