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5 tips for a successful Facebook page

Social media has transformed the way organizations interact with their customers. Gone are the days of face to face or telephone only exchanges. People expect more from an organisation. This video produced in partnership with UCLAN gives a great insight … Continue reading

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Social media strategy on one side of A4

At one of our recent social media workshops we ran a short exercise to encourage delegates to create a social media strategy for their organisation on one side of A4.  It’s a great way to concentrate your mind on why … Continue reading

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Social enterprises and social media – it’s a no brainer!

If you work in communications you will have found out by now that social media is no one hit wonder. Sites like Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+ are part of daily life. Ordinary citizens are venting their spleens through their … Continue reading

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Social media – friend or foe?

The mass use of social media and its integration into mainstream life raises some significant questions around ethics which require careful consideration. I’m often advising organisations how to mitigate the risk of empowering staff to use social media as part … Continue reading

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6 Common social media mistakes

1. Ego alert! Nothing is more irritating at a party than the guy who is only interested in the sound of his own voice. You know, the people who nod away when you are talking but you can tell their … Continue reading

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Managing the risk of social media

You wouldn’t write an uncomplimentary message about one of your colleagues and leave it on your desk for them to find would you? Similarly, if unhappy at work most people wouldn’t broadcast their lack of motivation openly in the office. … Continue reading

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