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Who owns social media – PR, SEO, marketing, digital?

Who owns social media? It’s question that has been around as long as social media and almost the same arguments are raging today as when the ‘Who owns social media’ question first reared it’s ugly head. Tomorrow I’m speaking at a debate as part of Social Media Week London where I’ll be putting the case […]

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Social media conference speaking at Some Comms awards

Last year I enjoyed being one of the judges at the first Some Awards for the use of social media in communications and marketing. Don’t Panic, the company behind the awards, has now pulled together a great conference with the judges and winners of some of the awards to showcase some of the UK’s best […]

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Speaking at Reputation in Oil, Gas and Mining conference

Next month (January 20) I’m one of the speakers at Communicate magazine’s Reputation in Oil, Gas and Mining conference. It looks set to be a good conference as there are some great speakers and it comes at a time when the extraction industries are facing increasingly complex reputational issues. There have been tremendous marketing and […]

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My 10 worst PR and social media posts of 2010

If you’re going to share what works then it’s worth sharing what didn’t – if only for the purpose of learning what not to do. So these are the ‘top 10 worst’ PR and social media posts of 2010: Stuart Bruce’s PR blog is seven years today – The only reason I did this post […]

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Top 10 PR and social media blog posts of 2010

These are the top 10 public relations (PR) and social media blog posts of 2010 on this blog: Android vs. iPhone vs. BlackBerry – the users infographic – This one shouldn’t really be in the list as it’s not strictly about PR or social media, but I’ve left it on as it’s a good example […]

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CIPR Social Summer – social media for PR people

Next Thursday it’s my turn to do the Chartered Institute of Public Relations Social Summer. It’s a series of early evening events every Thursday at the CIPR headquarters in Russell Square. My session is titled Social media is too new for us, we can’t take risks. For many big corporates and brands the social web […]

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Stuart Bruce speaks for Wolfstar at PR Week and Communicate conferences

Tomorrow, I’m speaking at two public relations conferences. The first is the PR Week PR and Digital Media 2010 conference and the second is Communicate’s Reputation on Financial Services. At the PR Week conference I’m on an expert panel called ‘Ask The Experts What Not To Do In Social Media: Brand Surgery Tips and Tricks.’ […]

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More apologies from the big, bad wolf

Just in case you’re wondering, the big, bad wolf in question is me and not some ‘other’ PR agency I’ve just commented on Stephen Davies’ blog, but thought it might be worthwhile expanding it and giving my apology a bit more exposure. Stephen’s absolutely right about leaving the client name in that ‘post’. It was […]

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Not PR or Wolfstar, but Stuart Bruce on politics

If you’re just interested in business, PR or social media then don’t read this post on my politics blog.

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Labour iPhone app boosts voter contact

It looks like all reporting of new media innovation in the election campaign by the MSM is now being seen through the same yellow prism of all their other reporting i.e. look for things that make the Liberal Democrats look good/bad and get it in the paper. In the last week we’ve seen breathless reporting […]

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