Archive | March, 2010

Social media and PR conference speaking

Over the next few months, I will be speaking at a couple of conferences on social media, public relations and corporate communications: Social Media in a Corporate Context | Communicate Magazine | April 28 | Chelsea Football Club Conference Suite, London I will be part of the Social Media Newsroom X-Factor jury, judging the most […]

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European social media people worth following

A question from the audience at Lost in Translation, doing social media in Europe. These are some of my suggestions #lostintranslation: Stuart Bruce @stuartbruce (if I do say so myself!) Guillaume du Gardier @gdugardier Elizabeth Albrycht @ealbrycht Neville Hobson @jangles Jed Hallam @jedhallam Benjamin Ellis @benjaminellis Amelia Torode @amelia_torode Kerry @kerryatdell Dominic Burch @dom_asdaPR Robin […]

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SXSWi – is it business or a big party?

Jeremy Pepper – one of a handful of people worldwide who I’d trust to properly do public relations and social media – has a great post on why he’s not going to SXSWi. Jeremy quite rightly questions the business value of it. I started to respond in the comments, but then realised I actually had […]

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SXSW Digital Mission proving successful

The first day at SXSWi has already been a great success. I kicked off this morning with the Digital Mission Master Class which was brilliantly organised (as usual) by the good folks from Chinwag, Whitston and Strawn and UKTI.   Great view from the Social Media Club House I had to duck out early to […]

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