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My work: what I do, what I've done by Mind Map: My work: 
what I do, what I
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My work: what I do, what I've done

speaking in schools

to teenagers

to teachers

to parents

speaking elsewhere

in companies

usually blog/social media stuff

in social/medical settings

teenager stuff

about languages

about coworking

about freelancing

about blogs

about social media

about facebook

about social network portability

talks are tricky: sometimes I charge, sometimes I don't

consulting

startups

for their communication and use of social media

for their product

"what's this social media stuff and how can we use it?" (strategic)

improving office efficiency (dealing with incoming requests) through better organisation // website, e-mail, phone

New node

managing blogs like EBF and KS (editor)

blogger relations for events

managing accreditations (high demand) e.g. LeWeb

gaining visibility for the event amongst bloggers and making them active about it (e.g. Web 2.0 Expo Berlin 2008)

teaching freelancers how to start a site

giving computer classes to (mainly) older folks who feel completely lost

writing

specialized content like on ciao.ch

articles for mainstream press

bloggy stuff like on FdP and EBF

teaching people how to blog

individually

classes

freelancers

companies

individuals

expert reviews of websites

what I haven't done yet but would like to

language-related consulting

experiential marketing

give basic wordpress admin classes (for webmasters maybe)

installing and upgrading

plugins: finding, installing, modifying, writing (simple)

fooling around with themes (a little security and CSS)

regular teaching gig in professional schools / uni (adults)

live-blogging

already did it a lot but never paid, would have to be outside the industry, pretty obviously

train people on wordpress (using and administering)

social media training (general, not just blogging)