Archive | November, 2008

Are PR degrees worth it? The survey!

As a follow-up to Jed’s post asking “Is a public relations degree worth it?” we’ve put together a quick survey to find out what you all think. I’d be grateful if you could spend a couple of minutes to answer…

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Vodafone LiveGuy in the Wolfstar office

With our work for Sony Ericsson Wolfstar works with some very nice people from Dare Digital. Some of the other guys at Dare are working with Vodafone on the LiveGuy grand tour of the UK. A few minutes ago LiveGuy…

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Speaking at Marketing Live Conference in Bratislava

As well as the Don’t Panic Guide to Social Media Conference in Manchester I’m also going to be speaking at the Marketing Live Conference in Bratislava on November 26. I’ll be speaking about word of mouth marketing and social media.

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Even later: Three inspirational communicators

A long, long time ago my fried Andy Wake asked me to take part in the New Wave PR meme naming my three most inspirational communicators, to help identify speakers and promote Don’t Panic’s New Wave PR conference. I failed…

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Don’t Panic Guide to Social Media

The Don’t Panic Guide to Social Media conference is having another outing and I’m on the bill: The Don’t Panic Guide to Social Media takes place at the Bridgewater Hall in Manchester on Friday 5 December and will examine the…

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Thank you and congratulations to the Wolfstar team

Apologies, but this is a 100% self promotional post to say thank you to our great team that has just helped Wolfstar to win the Outstanding Small Consultancy Award in the Yorkshire and Lincolnshire PRide Awards. I’m delighted that the…

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One more day to help Barack

It’s the final countdown and time for a totally partisan political post. This is a please to my many American friends to get out and vote for Barack Obama. It’s also a please to my friends around the world to…

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How web 2.0 and politics interact with social media and business

I’ve spotted a couple of interest titbits that help illustrate how what is happening in social media and web 2.0 is changing the way we conduct and experience politics and business. The first is “Web Puts Dog-Whistle Politics on a…

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