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Prohibition delivers innovative social media ‘tweet shop’ for national housing organisation Keepmoat

Last month, we were lucky enough to work alongside Keepmoat, one of the national market leaders in sustainable community regeneration and housing, to help them to stand out at key industry trade show, CIH, held at Manchester Central. Briefed by Keepmoat to make its presence at the conference stand out amongst the crowd, we were …Read More

Is 2013 finally going to be the year MySpace makes a big splash again?

Talks have recently turned to the once trendy and dominating social network site MySpace. Preparations have been taking place for the sites return next year which Specific Media, the new owners, have promised users a bigger and better site. Focusing on music, movies and the fans – it believes that “artists are really tired of …Read More

10 Jul '12

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The PR benefits of Google Hangouts

We are all aware of the Skype and FaceBook video call, but the latest of social networking platformsGoogle+ has recently released its own version of video calling “Google Hangouts“. Facebook’s video calling is only one-to-one calling, with limits on the other activity that you can do on the site once on a call, and on …Read More

How to visually connect your Linked-in contacts!

I have just read a post by PR blogger Sherrilynne Starkie in which she highlights a new tool which has been launched called InMaps. Basically the new service allows you to visualise your connections on Linked-in, it accesses the api and creates a pretty graphic grouping your connections by different colours. Then you the user …Read More

03 Mar '11

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What is the future of Facebook? It’s in this video.

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 to create “The Future of Facebook” project which is basically a …Read More