Most successful PR campaigns work across several different platforms. One of the challenges practitioners face is working out which channels to use to engage with target audiences. Here are few links that might help you understand some of the characteristics of Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and the rest… Brian Solis’s Conversation Prism has been around for … Continue reading
Interesting …. but tells us as much about the nature of ‘history’ as about the history of PR!
Here’s a new take on flashmobs from Intel to showcase the features of their new Ultrabooks. Intel used 60 people to create a digital billboard made of Ultrabooks to demonstrate the product’s ultra-thin design and responsiveness. Five companies that rock at social media The interview is dead: Facebook used to predict job performance How Brands … Continue reading
In case you missed anything, here are a few links that might be useful… How To Protect Your Online Personal Brand and Reputation How To Build a Rockin’ LinkedIn Presence 9 Ways Students Can Use Social Media to Boost Their Careers A Who’s Who of Social Media (useful compare and contrast guide to channels and … Continue reading
Social Media Volunteer – Spennymoor, Co Durham Closing Date: 02 March 2012 Ref: 12/css/vol3 Working closely with the DISC Media and Networking Officer you will : • Help manage the DISC social media sites including http://www.facebook.com/DISCservices http://www.twitter.com/DISC_services • Research news sources and identify stories and articles relevant to our work • Support the media and … Continue reading
Here are a few links you may find useful… Our MAC114 Intro to Social Media classes have a 2012 site, Mad4Media, which will soon have links to student blogs – it would be good if you checked them out. Practice & Advice Ten Stupid Mistakes to Avoid in PR (from PR Moment) Diamond Jubilee: Whisky … Continue reading