Estimated reading time: 1.5 minutes So the dust is still settling - hasn't actually settled yet because we have a hung parliament so all the politicians will be running around with their knees bent, flapping their arms and clucking and pecking at each other relentlessly until one of them, with a gigantic squawk, lays a … Continue reading The UK Election Social Media Dashboard: What I learned
Estimated reading time: 2.5 minutes (plus 4:13 if you watch the video all the way through) In an effort to get myself back into blogging habits, and to make sure I'm up to date with everything I need to be up to date with, I've decided to set myself a schedule. So, today is tech … Continue reading Just how fast does a PC need to be?
I've been thinking a lot recently about how to monitor, capture, measure and report. The good news is that there are ways of doing all of these. The bad news? None of them do it all. Here's the current state of play: Google Reader is really good for monitoring and going back through old posts, … Continue reading Everything does something, but nothing does everything
This post is probably going to get lost in the Twitter noise - and, judging by my declining stats, hardly anyone reads this blog anyway - but I still find it useful to share knowledge occasionally, not least because every day I don't post I suffer guilt. I've recently been looking around Twitter a lot, … Continue reading Five cool ways to find people on Twitter
Why PR has to work hard for the digital budget: Interview with Mat Morrison « Interesting interview with my ex-colleague Mat. He has perspective. (tags: matmorrison pr porternovelli socialmedia)
Integrated Communications: Lines between PR and Marketing are Blurring, ‘Turf’ Battles Ongoing Vocus Survey Finds My take on this: social media is both marketing and PR. In the first instance the marketing team should find out where you are now through research. Then the PR team should take over the development of messages and execute. … Continue reading links for 2010-05-01