Whose comms is it anyway?

Around 100 professional communicators gathered in London 17-18 April 2013 for Melcrum’s Digital Communication Summit #melcrumdcs.

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Gearing up for a digital extravaganza

Internal communication professionals will be gathering in London this week for the latest Digital Communication Summit from Melcrum. It is on Wednesday and Thursday and I’m looking forward to attending and hearing directly from speakers about how they are finding improved ways to communicate with their employees and stakeholders, and of course meeting with other […]

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What I learnt at KredLDN

What do you get if you put a couple of hundred social media fans in a room? Answer: a lot of tweeting, whizzy gadgetry, business card swapping and fabulous shoes. Last night I had the pleasure of attending the Kred London Influencer Summit 2013, aka #kredLDN. In the incredibly (or should that be inKredibly?, sorry, first […]

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Seven Twitter treats for comms pros

Twitter was created seven years ago and is celebrating its birthday today. In order to mark this auspicious milestone, I’ve decided to highlight seven Twitter treats for your delectation and delight. You can find me on Twitter @AllthingsIC and I’ve written about the site many times since I first started writing my blog in 2009. […]

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Employees do something funny for money

People across the UK are doing their bit for charity this month as part of Comic Relief, and employees at one supermarket in particular have been dancing in the aisles as part of their efforts. The videos by employees at Sainsbury’s have been shared on YouTube and Twitter @sainsburyspr. I thought I’d highlight them here as they are […]

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Organisations don’t tweet, people do

Following on from the HMV tweets story I wrote yesterday, I was reminded of the book ‘Organisations don’t tweet, people do.’ I asked its author, Euan Semple, to share his view via my blog, which he has kindly done. I first met him four years ago and enjoy reading his thoughts on all things social, […]

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Silence a barking dog? Or how the HMV tweets went walkies

This afternoon something extraordinary happened on Twitter. Employees who run the HMV Twitter feed (@HMVtweets) reportedly started to tweet about ‘being fired.’ Their messages appeared around 2.30pm (GMT) and by 3pm, if you look at @HMVtweets, it’s like it never happened. However, being the world of social media, the delete button is not the delete button […]

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How to use social media in a disaster

Social media is something that unites across the countries. The language may be different, cultures may be poles apart but it is clear that the world is embracing the use of social media. That’s the view of Amanda Coleman, Head of Corporate Communications for Greater Manchester Police, after spending two days discussing the issues with European representatives. […]

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How do you connect people with your brand online?

CharityComms Brand Breakfast on Thursday 10th January 2013. Kindly hosted by Breast Cancer Care. Speakers were Carly Wilson, Head of Campaign Integration and Brand Advertising and Sophie Munro-Faure from Macmillan and Mumsnet co-founder Carrie Longton.

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Internal Comms pros invited to tune in

Happy New Year everyone, I hope the past few weeks were full of fun and you’re now raring to go for the year ahead. One of my personal highlights from 2012, apart from giving birth to my daughter, was co-founding The IC Crowd community alongside my friends and fellow in-house comms pros Jenni Wheller and […]

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What you’ve been reading this year

Tweet-offs, internal social media and the role of leaders when it comes to blogging and tweeting have been some of the hot topics on my blog this year. Thank you to everyone who contributed, commented or read content via my website over the past 12 months. I’ve just been analysing my stats for this year and […]

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The impact of internal comms in 2012

So this is Christmas, and what you have you done? I’m not going to get any more of the John Lennon song in your head as there are enough festive songs around at the moment to last us a lifetime… Grab a cuppa and join me on a short journey through what impacted the world […]

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