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The UK press today is blaming social media for helping spread information and details about the riots in Tottenham and elsewhere and two platforms in particular are getting the coverage/blame – Twitter and ...

The BBC seems to be in a bit of a muddle regarding social media use for staff, according to politics site Guido Fawkes. Business Editor Robert Peston cracked a sexual joke about the Royal Wedding and was asked to ...

I do a fair chunk of speaking and social media workshops and while I enjoy them, I’ve noticed lately that I’m relying too much on PowerPoint and Keynote and being a bit lazy. On top of that, in Scotland ...

Think about it. Many of the senior people in marketing (who are male, which is still the case more often than not) at the moment are all going “we want blogs, we want Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Vimeo, podcasts, ...

Following on from talking about if you can’t say something nice, STFU… apprently some people feel I’ve been dissing the upcoming Scotland140 event and that I, little megamouth me, should STFU. ...

AdWeek has an article which states the average value of a Facebook follower is $3.60. I say: mince.

Just a heads up for those who follow both @craigmcgill and @cm_pr_tips. The latter has changed to @content_ly but will still offer a selection of the best social media tweets from around the web. @craigmcgill will ...

Just a quick heads-up for those who are eligible to go, I’m speaking on Thursday night (yes, tomorrow) at a CIPR Stirling event at Stirling University on digital media. I’m going for the slightly offbeat ...

In a little break from the normal “three speakers, three topics” style we have for the Scottish Social Media Dinners, we have the first themed event taking place in Glasgow on April 21 at the Urban Bar ...

Look at the Stuart Maclennan saga of today. He’s certainly a loser in it, the chattering classes and social media pundits (like myself) have come out a winner, but do you know who the biggest winner was? The ...