Archive | 2012

Top in-house PRs on Holmes Report Influencer 100 list

Top in-house PRs on Holmes Report Influencer 100 list

The Holmes Report has just published the latest edition of The Influence 100 list of the world’s most important in-house communicators which I blogged about last year when the first list came out. As you’d expect all those who responded to the survey are responsible for hiring and firing public relations consultancies. The number responsible […]

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My problems with EE

My problems with EE

I’ve deliberately refrained from blogging about the problems I’ve been having with EE and T-mobile over the last week as I’m uncomfortable with the concept of using my ‘online influencer’ status to get customer service problems fixed. But this post by Andrew Grill has prompted me into changing my mind and finishing a post that […]

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Analysis of Rotherham by-election and foster parents news on Twitter

Analysis of Rotherham by-election and foster parents news on Twitter

An analysis of recent tweets mentioning the word Rotherham throws up some interesting results. The first graph looks at the ‘level of buzz’ on different days and perhaps not surprisingly the top day was November 25, the day after the news came out that social workers at Rotherham council had removed three children from their […]

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TweetLevel for PR, public affairs and corporate communications

TweetLevel for PR, public affairs and corporate communications

There are a lot of Twitter analysis, influence, measurement and evaluation tools. A lot! However, for PR and corporate communications professionals TweetLevel from Edelman is definitely worth a look and there is new version just released. For a start it is designed by people who really understand public relations, corporate communications, public affairs and the relationship […]

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Google launches campaign to increase Arabic web content

Google launches campaign to increase Arabic web content

Google has announced a new initiative to increase the amount of Arabic content online. Arabic content makes up just three per cent of the total digital content online, yet Arabic speakers make up more than five per cent of the global population. Google’s 30 day Arabic Web Days initiative in the Middle East and North […]

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