Media Counsel gets an e-buzz

  • Opinion
  • November 18, 2009
  • The Media Counsel
Media Counsel gets an e-buzz

ebuzz headerThe Media Counsel has added another sage news update to its weekly roster. And this one is concerned solely with matters digital, both globally and within New Zealand.

What's going on in the online space? Is Twitter worth using? Who is making solid use of Facebook? eBuzz will delve into this murky digital world and answer all the burning questions.

In the first edition of eBuzz:

  • Seven must-use email tactics that will keep the golden goose alive in 2010

  • Who uses Facebook in New Zealand?

Get buzzed eBuzz 19-November-09


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