Archive | December, 2011

A reflection on 2011

This year has been one of the most tumultuous ever for me. It has had its highs and its lows. It has seen me make momentous decisions that have changed my life for the better. The year started with several discussions with companies that were interested in acquiring or investing in Wolfstar. For a variety […]

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Edelman Capital Staffers Index 2011

Edelman and StrategyOne, its global public affairs team, has just released the 2011 Capital Staffers Index which ‘analyses top trends in global public affairs and communications.’ It’s the third such annual report and is based on interviews with more than 500 senior staffers (legislative directors and above – not sure what job title this translates […]

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ROI of social media: David Meerman Scott video

The irrepressible David Meerman Scott is back again with another great take on the fool’s errand of the quest to calculate the ROI of social media:

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Bell Pottinger, Uzbekistan and digital public affairs

Just pulled together a quick Storify of how I followed and participated in the discussion and reporting around today’s Bell Pottinger Uzbekistan story. View the story “Bell Pottinger, Uzbekistan and digital public affairs” on Storify]

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Bell Pottinger Uzbekistan: a maelstrom in a teacup?

It seems a month can’t go by without Bell Pottinger, the UK’s self-styled ‘leading’ lobbying company, embroiling itself in a scandal. Today’s Independent article has certainly sparked off a plethora of criticism and commentary, much of it ill-informed and ill-conceived. It’s important to try and separate fact from fiction and cut through the spin on […]

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The social CEO in the C-suite

CEO.com has created an infographic on the Future Social CEO looking at the future of C-suite social engagement. via Mashable. Related articles Social media world in statistics (stuartbruce.biz)

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