A week ago I published the results of tag analysis of the blogs in the PR Friendly Index, and then looked at the frequencies of usage of those tags. So, let's now look at who is talking - or, at least, tagging - about what, exactly. Click the blog link to go to the blog, … Continue reading What are we talking about? Part III.
source » While on holiday, sipping a Piña Colada, I had a sudden thought (well, it happened to Newton, right?) I've been doing a lot of thinking about keywords recently, and I suddenly wondered what the keywords in the PR Friendly Index would look like. That is, take them all, and plot them in some … Continue reading What are we talking about?
As I looked around I realised we probably had a significant proportion of London's social media types essentially crammed into one bunker, but fortunately we didn't all get blown up. So the social media bandwagon is still populated, even if it's a very small one that no one would really notice was missing anyway. My … Continue reading I attended the Chinwag Measuring Social Media event last night
I'll be speaking at the 'Social Media Checklist for Communications Professionals' event on March 6, 2008, 9:30 am - 12:30 pm, at Porter Novelli, 31 St Petersburgh Place, London W2 4LA. Places are limited, so if you have a general interest in social media for your organisation, or are specifically involved in social media strategy, … Continue reading Come to the ‘Social Media Checklist for Communications Professionals’ event, Porter Novelli, London, 6 March
We live in interesting times. On the one hand we have initiatives such as Pandora's Box with their backs to the wall for having the temerity to publicise music on a global scale. On the other, in the UK, we have a debate raging about whether digital radio in its current format can survive. On … Continue reading Could social media save digital radio?
This is a fairly old post but one I just came across. I'm nothing if not untimely. It seems to be a reaction to a letter in PR Week, which in turn was a reaction to an announcement of the formal launch of a social media division. Unfortunately it refers to a previous post without … Continue reading When bunnies fight
Now that I have cast aside the persona of mild-mannered copywriter to become a big butch social media planner, I find I have queues of people banging on my door - or would do, if I didn't work in a pod, so they just flap their hands around in the air instead - asking for … Continue reading Social media is not a quick fix
Quite simply, some charts that may be of interest. For example, note how Apple is about to supplant Microsoft in search volume; that PR may be peeling upwards away from advertising; the relative fortunes of bebo, Facebook and Twitter; social media is on the up and up; and, especially heartwarming for me, Star Wars is, … Continue reading Trends