Like to Dislike on Facebook

This week my news feed has been full of stories about Facebook’s rumoured dislike button finally becoming an option. Speaking at the company’s latest Town Hall Q and A session, held at Facebook HQ in California, Mark Zuckerberg announced… Read More

Gains and Pitfalls – Social Media and Brand Communications

A number of recent news stories have featured the pitfalls of social media – enraging some people and enthralling others. Sally Bercow got sued and PR executive Justine Sacco generated a storm on Twitter, losing her job. The… Read More

WordPress Editorial Calender- 2012 Blogging Made Easier

As my work schedule has been busier than ever in 2012 my blog has taken a back seat and I haven’t had chance to write anything over the last four weeks. Whilst searching for blogging ideas, I came… Read More

Kate Middleton Shoes; Is your content optimised?

Kate Middleton is the most talked about female in the press and has become a huge, classic style icon. Many young females are aspiring to look like the Duchess of Cambridge and are searching for key items that… Read More

This Weeks PR TweetChat # commschat

I joined in with a very interesting debate on http://tweetchat.com/room/commschat this week (Monday 18 October 2010) answering the question ‘Does PR have a duty to tell the truth?’ The questions considered were: 1. As a PR professional are… Read More

Twitter Promoted Accounts

Twitter has decided to develop ‘promoted accounts’ which target users based on their interest and likes. They can do this by seeing what you follow and then subliminally pushing a message in front of you that ‘may appear… Read More

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