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A dark day for social media

Earlier this week the horror of the death of James Foley was brought to social media. I was shocked and upset by the way social media was being used. The brutal death was brought into the homes of millions of … Continue reading

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The survey says….

I have to admit that this is one blog post that might appear to be a bit of a rant. The reason is that I am sick of reading half-baked research and surveys about a whole range of things. But … Continue reading

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Social as a shared experience

We all know that social media is a way of having two-way conversations and sharing details and information. It has been this since day one and the more people who join the networks the more social it becomes. Human beings … Continue reading

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It’s a dogs life

I have often written about the positive that can come from the use of social media and this week has shown yet again how it can bring results. The online world moved individuals to act and then achieved amazing results … Continue reading

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Has social media made us brand managers?

I had a strange dream last night but one that in analysis made me think about communication, social media and branding. In short, I woke up asking myself if social media has made us all brand managers? Social media has … Continue reading

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Technomania – do you have it?

I have had a couple of days away from technology, well almost. My diary has taken me out and about with horses which has left little time for checking out emails, tweets and Facebook posts. I admit I have still … Continue reading

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Back to school?

The results of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) State of the Profession Survey for 2013/2014 revealed some interesting results. Of course there was a lot about salaries and redundancies, as well as the issues of concern to both … Continue reading

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