David Šmehlík, owner of Fleveo (social media consultancy and apps company) and co-founder of Druidly (platform for automatic content distribution to mobile phones) reveals some of his secrets of success. A young entrepreneur (23) shares his opinion on what is important in social media campaigns, what he thinks about the local start-up scene and you can get a music bonus by the end of the interview!
I guess I can claim to be a pioneer among hospitality networks users in Czech Republic. I registered on Hospitality Club in 2004, joined CouchSurfing in 2006 because of writing an article about the new trend in travelling and hosted probably 100+ people. Many people have asked me about my experience and so I decided to sum it up in a popular form: 10+1 tips how to enjoy CouchSurfing to the fullest!
It wasn’t easy to choose the first person for my line of interviews. I want to introduce my local social media heroes, people who do it right and I’m always keen to cooperate with or follow their interesting projects. But who to choose, so that nobody feels offended? Ladies and non-commercial sector first! Let me introduce Olga Biernátová aka @nofreeusernames – a guerilla reader, a kitchen singer, a librarian and a geekette with the best presentations around
Martin Malý, an important Czech blogger, ex-editor in chief of Zdroják, founder of bloguje.cz and generally a really interesting guy, wrote Ten Commandments of Twitter Communication for Companies last autumn. You might think they’re totally clear – and so do I – but there are SO many brands ignoring them that I believe it’s still worth repeating them again.
To be a responsible parent is not easy – that‘s quite clear. But mums and dads of our generation have an extra burden compared to their ancestors: the Internet.
An article about children, parents and social networks. My piece of advice: where there is trust, you don’t have to spy on your kids on Facebook. Originally published in Czech in newspaper Brněnský Deník Rovnost.