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Tim Martin
Attended University of Melbourne
Lives in Melbourne, Australia
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Efficient social media training for business people (fish not included)
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I'm the "smartest man in the history of humanity" (Google it).
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  • University of Melbourne
    Master International Business
  • University of Adelaide
    Bachelor of Arts
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After launching the wildly popular Digital in 2008, the house of NET:101 has unveiled Social. The nose behind this composition, Tim Martin was following the idea of creating a classic business fragrance, “One that would last for years and be the type of scent that organisational stakeholders would adore.”
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Pinch me! #net101  
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These are a few of my favourite memes… #net101  
One Does Not Simply. Crying Girl Sad. Business Cat. Willywonka. Batman Slappp. Drugs Victorian. Success Kid. Stop Like Man. Joseph Ducreux. Advice Yoda. The Most. Grumpy Cat. What if I Told You. Philosoraptor. Y U No. Twitter · Facebook · LinkedIn · Google · Pinterest · Email. Post navigation ...
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Terry Jenkins, a property developer from Cairns recently found evidence of a factual error on the web. “I almost missed it.” said Terry “I was reading a piece about Peru which made reference to Trujillo as their capital city. I was puzzled and then a bit shocked. I mean, I was on the world wide web – how could anything which wasn’t completely true make it on there in the first place? #RobotInTheMachine  
Terry Jenkins, a part-time electrician from Bendigo, Victoria recently found evidence of a factual error on the web.
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I own a small, established vintage clothing boutique in Melbourne and have heard that social media might be helpful for my business... #net101   #LittleMissSocial  
I own a small, established vintage clothing boutique in Melbourne and have heard that social media might be helpful for my business...
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Sara Delpopolo is the Principal of Axis Legal, a Sydney-based practice with specialisations in Information Technology and Telecommunications, and Social Media Law. Sara is also the author of Social Media – Playing by the Rules. In this episode Sara discusses the elements which make up a practically useful and legally robust social media policy  #net101   #socialmedia   #podcast  
Sara Delpopolo is the Principal of Axis Legal, a Sydney-based practice with specialisations in Information Technology and Telecommunications, and Social Media
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Common Social Media Behaviour Defined #net101  
Affinity Crush When one unconditionally likes or favours 100% of the posts from another person's social media account. Alien Contact Accepting the invitation of a person on LinkedIn whom you've never met, heard of, and comes from a country you never knew existed. Autostroking ...
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Dear Little Miss Social

I’m curious about social media, but I don’t really want to put myself ‘out there’. The very idea unnerves me - I would rather just stay in the shadows of anonymity. But I have varied interests and would genuinely like connect, share and learn from others. Am I destined to remain the social wallflower or is there an acceptable half-way point I could adopt?
I’m curious about social media, but I don’t really want to put myself ‘out there’. The very idea unnerves me - I would rather just stay in the shadows an
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NET:101 Angel of Mercy #net101  
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This is a dish which satisfies every time – even the fussiest of executives will be back at the table asking for more. While it’s easy enough today to buy pre-made social media strategy lasagne from any agency, it’ll never taste as good and perform as well as a homemade one. Enjoy! #net101  
This is a dish which satisfies every time – even the fussiest of executives will be back at the table asking for more. While it's easy enough today to buy pre-made social media strategy lasagne from any agency, it'll never taste as good and perform as well as a homemade one. Enjoy!
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Conservative sections of the operatic community are outraged at Opera Australia’s trial of integrating live audience tweets into its performances.  #RobotInTheMachine
Conservative sections of the operatic community are outraged at Opera Australia's trial of integrating live audience tweets into its performances.
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A Beginners Guide to Instagram Selfies #instagram   #selfies  
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I've been using Saxons for my training courses over the last 3 years. They're excellent. Well appointed rooms, attentive service and good catering options. And a complementary coffee on arrival from the barista downstairs is a bonus.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
The first thing you need to be aware of is that the QV.1 meeting facility is not a traditional conference centre and it doesn't run like one - despite their name. There is no catering (they ask you to organise your own and get it delivered) and you get charged like a wounded bull for things that other conference centres throw in for free, such as continuous tea & coffee. On a couple of occasions that I used them they ran mini-events in the foyer area outside the rooms which was loud and distracting. Their invoicing is shambolic (I've heard this from others who have used them also). That all said, the rooms are well appointed and the staff generally helpful, but for me this was not enough to look past their fundamental operational issues. When I finally received my invoices (they tried and failed to send them in the post(!) with no follow-up) I knew it was time to start looking elsewhere.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
A nice find by an out-of-towner - good food (breakfast and dinner) and pleasant staff. Good wine by the glass. Cosy atmosphere.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
These guys are friendly and helpful. But they're overpriced by about 30% as I've just recently discovered. A word of advice: get quotes from a few other printers in the area as reference points if you have more than just a one-off job. And another thing... despite being loyal to them for over two years and more than 50 jobs later they've never displayed their appreciation - no "thanks for being one of our long-standers", no token discount, no nothing. I'm sure all printers are not like this to their loyal customers (and it's certainly not how I roll in my own business).
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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The first thing you need to be aware of is that the QV.1 meeting facility is not a traditional conference centre and it doesn't run like one - despite their name. There is no catering (they ask you to organise your own and get it delivered) and you get charged like a wounded bull for things that other conference centres throw in for free, such as continuous tea & coffee. On a couple of occasions that I used them they ran mini-events in the foyer area outside the rooms which was loud and distracting. Their invoicing is shambolic (I've heard this from others who have used them also). That all said, the rooms are well appointed and the staff generally helpful, but for me this was not enough to look past their fundamental operational issues. When I finally received my invoices (they tried and failed to send them in the post(!) with no follow-up) I knew it was time to start looking elsewhere.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
The most appalling hotel check-in experience I've ever had. No "welcome" or "hello" - my greeting was "name?". Even the most basic courtesies of please and thank-you were missing. It was like being on an episode of candid camera without there being a candid camera.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
I was here as part of business group for 2 days. The setting is beautiful. Conference facilities are good, and the main dining/ bar/ recreation area is spacious with a large open fire. We had a set 3 course dinner on our first night which was well beyond the quality I was expecting. The rooms are basic, but warm and comfortable. Recommended (we will be back next year).
Public - a year ago
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