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Fuelling the CIPR conversation

CIPR - The ConversationI already overuse the word “conversation”. Now it seems my professional body, the Chartered Institute of Public Relations, is set to add to my use of the term.

Blog post now at http://www.blog.pwcom.co.uk/2011/04/05/fuelling-the-cipr-conversation/

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Poor use of Twitter could damage your professional brand

It’s how you Tweet that matters

The Law Society Gazette emphasises that it’s not just what you Tweet but how you Tweet, and how often, that matters.

Original post now at http://www.blog.pwcom.co.uk/2011/01/25/poor-use-of-twitter-could-damage-your-professional-brand/

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Did the Be2Awards bypass most AEC PR and marketing people?

The construction PR and marketing communities don’t seem to have capitalised upon the opportunities. Most B2B communications professionals know that industry awards can be a great way to raise the profile of a company, product, service or individual, and there has been considerable enthusiasm about most of the categories. But despite some encouragement, the Be2Awards PR campaign category attracted a paltry two entries, and the marketing campaign category just three….

Why the poor response?

The original blog post is now at http://www.blog.pwcom.co.uk/2011/01/25/did-the-be2awards-bypass-most-aec-pr-and-marketing-people/

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Let’s be positive on social media: issue guidelines not bans

… over half of UK organisations are restricting employee access to social media websites such as Facebook and YouTube due to the threat of litigation. … The restrictions probably arise due to the lack of guidelines governing use of social networking tools in the workplace.

The whole blog post is now at http://www.blog.pwcom.co.uk/2009/12/18/lets-be-positive-on-social-media-issue-guidelines-not-bans/

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