Apparently some businesses are still struggling to communicate properly with social media and it drives me nuts.
These Twitter behaviours leave me angry, sad, lethargic and generally blue.
The story of a little girl’s letter that snowballed.
Sweden is taking a risk – giving its people a public voice on Twitter!
Some people online (like in real life) can be really annoying.
Following my recent report into the role of social media in disseminating Anders Breivik’s anti-Islamist manifesto, I’m delving into the aftermath of the UK riots.
It came to my attention that although I’m known amongst my clients as a social media enthusiast I don’t often post about the topic on my own blog. Here’s a brief update on my latest social media articles.
Twitter for business needn’t be complicated. Here’s my take on this much discussed area of netiquette!
Cheltenham is known for its festivals – there’s racing, literature, jazz, poetry and now Twestival – a festival with a difference that takes place on the 24th March at D’Fly.
Most festivals ‘do what they say on the tin’ but Twestival, which is an amalgamation of the words ‘festival’ and social media platform ‘Twitter’, isn’t actually [...]
I wrote this for another website which focuses on Social Media developments and innovation. I’ve just included an extract here so if you’d like to read the whole thing just follow the link.