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Reunion–stunning emotional video from Google India

Reunion–stunning emotional video from Google India

Content marketing is an awful phrase, so I’d hate to describe this beautiful video from Google India as that. It’s a heart-warming tale of friendship across the Pakistan India border. Not only is it a wonderful story, but it practically illustrates the benefits that Google technology can bring to peoples’ lives – search, Android and […]

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Batkid - Obama’s master class in how to use Vine

Batkid – Obama’s master class in how to use Vine

The heart-warming story of how thousands of people in San Francisco turned out to help a boy recovering from leukaemia  fulfil his wish to be Batman has made the news headlines all around the world. But just when you thought it couldn’t get any schmaltzy along comes this amazing Vine video from Barack Obama. I’m […]

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UNICEF reminds people Facebook Likes don't save lives

UNICEF reminds people Facebook Likes don’t save lives

This video from UNICEF Sweden is a powerful reminder that Facebook Likes don’t really mean much, despite the obsession by some in the advertising and marketing business. In UNICEF’s case it quite literally tells us that Facebook Likes don’t save lives.         UNICEF Sweden Likes don’t save lives TV commercial Picture from […]

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Corporate communications videos need good stories and emotions

Corporate communications videos need good stories and emotions

The predictions are that 2013 is the year when video becomes an even more important corporate communications and PR channel than it already is. The problem I’ve got is that personally I think a lot of the ‘great’ videos that people share are just more than a bit rubbish. However, just as I’m thinking how […]

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Good crisis communications–99p Stores CEO turns tables on BBC Watchdog

Good crisis communications–99p Stores CEO turns tables on BBC Watchdog

I try not to watch BBC Watchdog as it tends to annoy me with its fake concern for consumers, when it’s just making cheap ‘shock’ TV. But I’m glad I caught last Thursday’s as it contained a brilliant performance by Hussein Lalani, the entrepreneurial CEO of a family owned retail business. The 99p Stores is […]

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CIPRTV special on new UK public affairs lobbying register consultation

If like me you missed this week’s CIPRTV on the UK Cabinet Office’s proposals to introduce a Statutory Register of Lobbyists then it’s well worth catching up with it here: It’s presented by Russell Goldsmith of Marketiersdc and guests are Iain Anderson, of Cicero Consulting and Tamasin Cave, director of Spinwatch and leader of the […]

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