The third company to take part in our guest blog series “making an impact online” is Developing Works. Director Rosie O’Hara is a big fan of Twitter and Linked In, using both to build the profile of her career management company. It was a single tweet, however, that led to her publishing her first book …
“It started with […]
1 It organises the noise
Once you’re following a few hundred people, your newsfeed is going to get very busy. You’re going to miss things. You might even get overwhelmed and be tempted to give up on Twitter entirely.
Listing allows you to segregate your newsfeed into bite-size chunks. You can list the people you follow according […]
As part of Social Media Week Glasgow, I was invited to speak at a Business Banter event on Tuesday 20 September. It was a fantastic event – if you didn’t manage to make it along, a video of my short, five minute presentation is available here.
The transcript is as follows:
I’ve only got five minutes so […]
Next Tuesday morning, between 8 and 11am, I will be speaking at one of the Social Media Week Events – Business Banter.
I was very kindly invited to speak by Jacky – Martin Jack, managing director of Think Different Events. Jacky is one of those guys who just gets it. He has spent a year building […]
So it turns out Ryan Giggs name was not revealed by ‘disgruntled tabloid journalists’ on Twitter – rather a ‘leftie banker’ from Guildford.
If, like me, you’re a bit fed up with this super-injunction debate, you’ll probably be thinking ‘who cares?’
Well, I’d argue that this proves something I’ve always suspected: journalists use social media differently and, […]
Last week I made this video blog about the snow and the different reactions people had
to coping with the weather. Then Monday happened.
A weekend thaw lulled us all into a false sense of security and I, like most of the country,
ventured out in the Monday rush hour only to get a nasty surprise. In a […]
If you forked out for a stand at an exhibition, would you rather say hello to all 500 delegates as they entered the hall or have meaningful conversations with 20 visitors who turned into clients? It’s easier to wave than engage, but it won’t cover the cost of your stand.
The same is true of Twitter, Facebook […]