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Comments, anyone?

We’ve been here for a while, posting ideas on the blog and our thoughts about various happenings in the industry and trends that are set to shape how we use the internet. One thing that we notice everytime we post on the iridium blog is the lack of comments. And hey, this is no impassioned plea for you to click on the comments tab and start typing but more of

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iridium Interactive makes Kenya its gateway for investments into Africa

iridium Interactive has made Nairobi in Kenya its base for future investments into Africa. Post the successive launch of the Economic Stimulus Programme (ESP Kenya) launch in Kenya, it has spread its operations to seven countries in the African continent and has already hired over 60+ local personnel in Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Nigeria & Ghana. “It’s been our policy to hire locally & we are extremely happy with the talent

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Friendship Day Bash

Just couple of days after the brothers sported their Rakhis, all men and women alike could show off their colourful friendship bands – symbolic of the spirit of pure friendship worldwide wiping out all differences. Since its inception in 1935 in North America, the culture of celebrating friendship has spread across the world – even in the corporate circles. This was my first friendship day attendance with iridium Interactive –

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Social Media for NGOs..4 Starters to Get You Moving

Organizations need a variety of online supporters. They need customers who buy their products, evangelists who promote their brand, mavens who add intellectual value, their own employees who speak out and increase the goodwill towards the brand and a silent audience of undecided’s who fall in none of these categories. Large organizations are blessed with followers and fans instantly. Their timelines and fan pages are bombarded with complaints, compliments and

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