The Forrest Gump effect: variety is the spice of life for today’s communicator

Continuing my series of guest writers for my blog, I thought it would be interesting to hear from the agency-side about what they are facing at the moment, what sort of requests they are getting and what comms professionals expect from their agencies. So I’m pleased to introduce Nick Andrews who is Client Director at Sequel […]

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Do you know your SMS from your M&S?

“There is no new thing, there is just a new way of doing an existing thing”. This thought formed the opening of the latest Aspic Communications Cafe at the Soho Hotel in London this morning on the topic of ‘Harnessing the power of the mobile revolution’. The session was hosted by Sequel Group and alongside […]

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How do different age groups interact online?

Following tonight’s announcement by Facebook that it has partnered with Skype to offer video chat, I was reminded of an infographic I came across last night. I think it is fascinating as it highlights how different age groups interact online and I thought I’d share it.  If you click on the image it will open […]

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Between a job and a hard place

As part of my ongoing series of guest writers for my blog, I’m pleased to introduce Euan Gillies (@egillies). Euan is a recent graduate from Aberdeen who moved to London to pursue a career in internal communications and here he writes about what it is like to start out in the industry and try to find […]

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Calling all comms professionals…

Following on my series of guest writers for Diary of an internal communicator, comms student Sonsoles Lumbreras has written an article as she is appealing for help. Sonsoles is currently researching her dissertation and has worked for a number of years in PR, she studied Journalism at the European School of Economics in Rome and is now […]

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Internal Communication in the chain

As the saying goes, variety is the spice of life, and seeing as I enjoy reading the thoughts of other professional communicators and learning from them, I thought I would bring you another guest writer in the hope that you will too. A couple of weeks ago I opened the invitation up to other comms […]

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Social Media @ Work, rest and play

This afternoon a film called Social Media @ Work was released online by content creators Red Sky Vision and change consultancy Able and How. I wasn’t sure what to expect, however having watched the trailer earlier in the week, I decided to watch it and wasn’t disappointed. During 13 minutes it manages to cram a […]

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Read anything good lately?

Over the past few days I have read a number of blog posts about whether or not email is dead, and it is sparking interesting debates in the Comms community. If you want to see what is being said, check out Jon Weedon’s (@J0n1)  article on his blog here and Luke Dodd (@lukeatmelcrum) from Melcrum’s thoughts […]

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SharePoint 2010 – for the people, by the people

A couple of weeks ago I offered to extend writing for my blog to other people. I invited Comms professionals or those interested in the world of communications to get in touch and I’m pleased to say there are a couple of things in the pipeline, so do please watch this space over the next […]

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To tweet or not to tweet?

Yesterday’s Media Guardian featured a front page article about Twitter. Written by Charles Arthur, the story mulled over the past few weeks and how thousands of people have flocked to it and how it is now “fight or flight” for the site. What struck me was the box of statistics alongside the article on p2 […]

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The future’s bright, the future’s IC

This morning I joined around 15 other professional communicators for a research briefing session hosted by Melcrum in London called The Future of Internal Communications (IC). It was hosted by Aviva at their stunning offices in the City and apart from being wowed by the incredible view from the 23rd floor, I found the conversations […]

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Why Social Media has tweet all to do with new technology…

This weekend I read From From Lincoln to LinkedIn by Mike Klein, or to use its full title… From Lincoln to LinkedIn: The 55-minute guide to Social Communication or Why Social Media has (tweet) All to Do with New Technology and Everything to do with Timeless Principles of Word of Mouth. I’ve been a fan […]

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