The Sunday Indian Media Watch Cover Story on Use and Misuse of Social Media
You can also read it here - http://prateekshah.com/2012/06/the-use-and-misuse-of-social-media/
10 tips to make social media work for you in the Small Medium Entrepreneur Magazine
You can read it here - http://prateekshah.com/2012/09/social-media-doesnt-work-right/
Dataquest Cover Story on “Government 2.0 It’s a Mandate!”
You can read it here - http://dqindia.ciol.com/content/top_stories/2011/311112303.asp
Business Standard story on facebook digital suicides -
Not all are impressed, though. While Prateek Shah, Online Evangelist at Blue Online believes that “the latest announcement from Mark Zuckerberg about the change in privacy issues has spelt relief for many worried users around the globe”, Murthy of Pinstorm says: “Facebook faces more pressure from the government on privacy issues than users. It simplified its privacy choices for users after recent opposition but as an indication of its unfriendly intent, left the default choice for all users to ‘all data visible to all.”
Quoted in an IBN story about Indiblogger Meet in Delhi –
“Bloggers rarely get a chance to know the people behind the blogs they read. IndiBlogger meets beautifully fill this gap and give us all the opportunity to know fellow bloggers better and share thoughts and ideas,” blogger Prateek Shah said
Cybermedia CIOL’s story on Google plus -
Having looked at the history of Google, said online evangelist and trainer Prateek Shah, “Google+ is here to stay”. Loaded with all the features in Facebook, the social networking tool promising to offer more and more features to users was an exciting proposition, he explained.
“From a business perspective, they will be looking at an intra-space marketing option to integrate adverts on Google into Google+, which should help it expand,” said Prateek.
Asian Age’s story on Clearmyguilt.com, a site which allows you to confess anonymously
Navbharat Times’ story on revolutions across the world and the role that online media has played in them
How have citizens turned law enforcers, story in Asian Age talking about Delhi Traffic Police’s initiative on Facebook
PR is a beautiful field which can be tremendously rewarding. A short note on the same in DNA.
Some international reports seem to suggest that facebook threatens marital bliss. Viewpoint on the same in Asian Age.
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