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- Digital Trends 14
Keen to know more about #socialmedia after our event this morning on overcoming the challenges and pitfalls of social media today? Watch an animation of #bmdigitrends13 findings here This is the fifth annual opinion survey of media practices among journalists and in-house communications professionals in the UK financial services sector by us. […]
- I’m coming out
While I am of the strong opinion that someone’s sexuality (no matter whether they are in the public eye or not) is not newsworthy, the recent You Tube announcement from London 2012 Bronze Medallist Tom Daley is of interest to me for other reasons. Of all the different social media channels available today, why did […]
- Content is king for Google
It is just 15 years in September that Larry Page and Sergey Brin first registered Google as a company based in a garage in Silicon Valley. Now with a market capitalisation of over $345bn Google is one of the most influential companies that have ever existed. One of the most frightening statistics of its influence […]
- What a difference a good interview makes
As I listened to Ross McEwan, the recently appointed chief executive of RBS’s interview with John Humphries on Radio 4 (1 November 2013), I was struck by how elegantly he dealt and deflected the probing questions thrown at him by John Humphries. He didn’t rile John Humphries by stone walling questions, rather through a tone […]
- What’s it worth?
Last week a teenager sold an app to Yahoo! that he had designed while still at school in a deal worth tens of millions of pounds. Nick D’Aloisio created the tool, named Summly, at his home in Wimbledon, south-west London, at the age of just 15, and now two years on he is a multi […]