Even skilled communicators are often baffled by this strange new way of getting messages across - where all rules have been changed.
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You may have heard a lot about online marketing, but do you know what it is, or how you can use it in your business? Many companies are now using it to promote their products and services, and to help build a stronger business. It’s not just a matter of ‘keeping up with the Jones’s’Read More
Preparing your team for the inevitable crisis is always challenging, made more so by how social media is impacting organisations. Practising to ensure a good response when things go wrong is essential, and the key is creating a sense of realism, and real-time pressure for participants, while giving them enough space and time to learn.Read More
My former client Paul Hodges, Chairman of International EChem, has just posted a very interesting interview with Merryn Somerset Webb, Editor in Chief of Moneyweek. Paul was one who foresaw the financial crash and writes thought-provoking books and blogs about world trends.Read More
The development of social media has only been with us a few years, yet Facebook, Twitter et al are all firmly ensconced in our communications . True or false? The truth is that many of the professional communicators I talk to still feel uneasy about social media as a part of the communications mix.Read More
Knowing how journalists think and why they do what they do in the way they do it can be half the battle in obtaining good coverage that can benefit your organisation . But unless you have worked in the media yourself this insight can be difficult.Read More
Since a company’s website is the first port of call for virtually all users nowadays, missing images and poor links can give a poor initial impression. After all, if an organisation’s website is put together in a slapdash fashion, what does that say about the business itself?Read More