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2009 was the year that a lot of businesses really embraced social media, particularly in Europe. (I’d say more like 2008 in the U.S.) Not just businesses, but non-profit brands, causes, goverment organisations and even John Prescott. I think that this is a great thing. The product capabilities of social media platforms, such as Twitter, (read more)
Everywhere that you look online you can come across blog content; from deeply personal diary accounts, to small business blogs, to professional media blogs. It may feel at times that if you are not sharing your work and personal activities with the world, then it’s you that has the personality disorder. Not so. Blogging isn’t (read more)
For any business, your brand is one of the most important things about you. It’s your intellectual property, your social currency, your reputation and what makes you distinct from any other organisation. It is arguably easier now than it ever has been to reinforce and promote your brand, due to media and technologies that allow (read more)
Your social media brand could be defined as a consistent and recognisable presence across multiple and different social media. Selecting which social media on which to be present and at what level to engage/communicate is a whole other topic in itself. In this instance we’re assuming you know where and how you want to engage (read more)
I recently discussed a new website project with a client; a consumer brand, and the topic of content turned to blogging. My client wanted to know if they absolutely have to have a blog in our increasingly social environment. Whilst there are many benefits to blogging, such as community engagement, a channel for interaction, the (read more)