Month: March 2011

You wouldn’t wish it on your worst enemy – Japan is not only reeling from the double disaster of last week’s earthquake and tsunami – it’s on the cusp of a third devastating catastrophe due to the potential nuclear meltdown emanating...

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I was tweeted this morning by my good friend Adrian Johnson who was recently inspired by the PR Week Power Player list which is based on the original PR Week Social Media Power Players list The PR Week list has been created by Andrew Bruce Smith and...

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I love it when somebody uses social media a little differently, rather than following the sheep and simply setting up the usual channels I like it even more when someone goes out there and tries to do something a bit creative and different Step...

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One of Twitter's most distinctive features is its 'follow' mechanism You can 'follow' other tweeters and thereby see their tweets in your timeline, but they are under no obligation to follow you back This is in stark contrast to Facebook, where you...

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Here is an interesting concept – everyday we hear more and more about Facebook growing and I read a lot of posts of people asking for new features or making recommendations on how Facebook can change and get better This has prompted Venessa Miemis...

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As of today, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has the power to monitor companies’ website content in a similar way to ‘paid for’ advertising What’s more, you may think twice about what you post on the likes of Twitter and LinkedIn,...

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