Social media doesn’t need to require a huge financial investment, and doesn’t even always need a huge investment in time. Here are five ways to help you get the most out of social and digital …Read More →
Posts in the Category: Tools
I’ve been a fan of animoto for several years now. It’s probably my number one tool for clients who have very limited resource, but perhaps have a nice archive of images. For me it’s …Read More →
This post originally appeared on the CIPR Education and Skills Sector Group blog earlier this month. Head over there to check out other blog posts written specifically for PR professionals working in the education …Read More →
Burger King has just been purchased by McDonalds – or so says their recently hacked Twitter account.
Giving out the keys to your twitter account is not something that should be done lightly. We see …Read More →
So the “T” stands for technology in our PRACTICAL guide for things to assess in your organisation for implementing your social strategy. A fairly major one this considering we’re talking about implementing social technologies.
There are …Read More →
How can you do social media well when you have limited resource to do it? This is a question that, given that I specialise in working with the education sector, I get asked a lot. …Read More →
I have quite a lot of need for being able to show people how to do things online in quick bursts of information sharing. This can be in presentations when I know that a live …Read More →
It was definitely coming, wasn’t it? Prezi (www.prezi.com) had to be one of my Friday favorites sooner or later. Those who know me know that this is by far one of my favorite ‘tech’ …Read More →
I’m not good with paper. On my office shelves I have a range of notebooks filled with varying degrees of random notes, crossing many different projects, events, etc. In reality, I take notes and never …Read More →