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How to work with bloggers

It’s a woman’s world: three-quarters of UK bloggers are women, and they’re talking a different language to brands, PRs and marketers, says the biggest ever survey of UK bloggers. Do you blog? If so, or you're looking for ways to develop relationships with bloggers, stay tuned. The most p[...]

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Back to the future of communication

What is the future of communication? I'm going to share what I think will remain relevant for comms pros whether you're in 2015 or 3015. I'm looking to the future because 21 October 2015 is officially #backtothefutureday - the date in the iconic Back to the Future films when we're all meant to be[...]

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What six years of blogging has taught me

What were you doing on 21 March 2009? I was creating Life Through a 2.0 Lens, my first foray into writing a blog, which means today I'm celebrating the sixth birthday of my blog. To mark the occasion, I thought I'd answer the most popular questions I'm asked by people who are thinking of startin[...]

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Could you help promote a human workplace?

We spend 32 per cent of our lives at work. How does your workplace make that time meaningful, gainful and enjoyable? As life evolves we all inevitably experience life changing events like losing loved ones, illness and difficult times. What processes do you have in place to support your emplo[...]

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Two special reasons why 2014 is ending on a high note

As 2014 draws to a close, I have two special reasons to celebrate how my year is ending. I gave birth to my sons, non-identical twins Charlie and Jack Miller (pictured) on Christmas Day. We're all doing well and are now home. Alongside Daisy, our two-year-old daughter, my husband and I are discov[...]

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Blogging for beginners: an ebook

How do you launch a blog from a blank sheet of paper to building and maintain your own space on the Internet? You're in the right place to find out. Earlier this year I contributed to an ebook called The Business of Blogging to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the blog and today I'm sharing its [...]

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The blogging Oscars light up London

Last night the first ever National UK Blog Awards - aka the Oscars of the blogging world - were held in London and I'm delighted to reveal All Things IC scooped a gong. Thank you to everyone who voted back in December, which put my blog through to be judged by Cameron Clarke @camclarke from Th[...]

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The Oscars of the blogging world

Tonight is the first ever National UK Blog Awards and I'm delighted to be a finalist in the PR, Marketing, Media & Comms individual blog category. Thank you to everyone who voted for All Things IC back in December, which put my blog through to be judged by Rick Guttridge from Smoking Gu[...]

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My 500th blog post… thank you for reading

I can't quite believe where the time has gone, but this article is the 500th one I have published on my blog. Back in March 2009 I was researching the use of social media inside organisations and decided to create a blog to share the content I found, give my views and appeal for other communicato[...]

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What five years of blogging has taught me

This month marks five years since I created my blog, so today I thought I'd look back and share what I've learnt along the way and answer some of the questions I get asked the most. Why do I blog? Is blogging worth it? For me, yes, absolutely, it’s worth every minute I spend researching, writing[...]

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Is the business of blogging worth it?

Is blogging alive and well in 2014 or should we pay attention to stories such as Blogging is dead... long live the blog? Today Stephen Waddington, @wadds, Digital & Social Media Director @KetchumPR Europe and President of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR), has published Th[...]

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