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Top five tips to improve Facebook engagement

Keeping up with Facebook’s ever-changing algorithms and ensuring you’re not only delivering the right kind of content for your audience but posting at the right times isn’t always the easiest of tasks, but we’re here to break it all down to help you really crack social media content on Facebook. Here are our top five tips to help with maximising Facebook engagement.

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Breaking the cycle of illiteracy with Emerald Publishing

When an opportunity to work on a campaign with important social issues at the heart of it comes along, we jump at the chance to be a part of the process at Prohibition! That’s exactly why we were thrilled to have been asked to work on Emerald Publishing’s latest campaign to tackle the issues of illiteracy around the world.

Emerald Publishing wanted to raise awareness of the global issues surrounding adult and childhood literacy, using a campaign to highlight the intrinsic link between literacy rates and the consequences of these later in life, with International Literacy Day as our catalyst and launch date.

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Top five tips on how to improve your engagement on Twitter

Often people find themselves in a position where they are posting for the sake of posting or are sharing content that isn’t well engaged with – which makes the effort of sharing content almost seem like it’s not worth it. The key to having a successful Twitter presence is to ensure your content is engaged with and that people are interacting with your channel. Here are some top tips on how you can up your Twitter game and improve your engagement:

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Community management – why social media has to be more than just posting

What is community management and why is it important?

A community manager is responsible for advocating a brand on social networks. They actively go out of their way to engage with followers, potential customers and brand advocates. They are responsible for the brand’s reputation and increasing its presence online.

So, why is this necessary and important? Strong community management and online presence leads to increased awareness of the brand, higher engagement and more engaged followers. Here’s some advice on how to get started:

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Ways AI will change the PR and communication landscape within the next ten years

Thinking beyond AI’s direct impact on ‘me’

The idea of artificial intelligence and its relevancy to PR isn’t exactly a new topic for PRs. In fact, it’s something we’ve been considering ever since the big social media brands started tinkering with algorithms, and the concept of being able to digitally manipulate audience exposure became ‘a thing’. But, how often do we consider it as a wider influence. Thinking outside of the box in terms of ‘how will this impact me’, and broadening the conversation to, ‘how much will this impact my clients, and their offering, and the way their customers interact and engage’.

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The Prohibition Seven Days of Social

3256859352_cf35412c5f_zFast moving, always adapting and often controversial, social media is an area where many of us have divided opinions. We like to keep our ear to the ground in the social media world, and as the week comes to an end, we’ve put together a few of our favourite pieces of social media content from around the web that you might not have spotted.

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Brief flings: How social media is becoming more short-term

Social networks were never really meant to be long-winded. Twitter has and probably always will limit its users to the SMS-style 140 characters; Facebook cuts statuses off mid-paragraph and encourages you to ‘see more’ instead of displaying the whole thing and TL;DR (too long, didn’t read), a phrase originating well over a decade ago on Usenet forums is now wildly popular on Tumblr, Instagram and just about any other social network.

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