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Thanks to Stephen Penman, who has agreed to come along and speak about how North Lanarkshire Council has used Twitter, the next Scottish Social Media Dinner on Thursday, Feb 17, 6.30pm at Urban Pind in Glasgow, but ...

Social Media hub (for many anyway) Facebook has announced changes to the site, including considerable changes to Pages that will keep most social media operators – in Scotland and elsewhere – working ...

A few things popped this into my head: seeing a chap I know comment that now he’s working properly in social media he has less time to tweet/Facebook his own stuff and others asking me at various training ...

The independent PR scene in Scotland has just had a welcome addition with the set up of CranComms, a bespoke agency set up by ex-Shelter PR supremo Christina Cran. Now Christina has always worn her heart on her ...

A theme I’ve spotted in a lot of social media presentations recently is that there’s a claim being made that the ever-mythical they - that group out there that marketeers, PRs, politicians and everyone ...

Last week was great interesting for the professional services in terms of social media – we were asking if banks should use social media, then there was Twittergate with the legal profession (this is the ...

An agency carried out a survey of the activity on Twitter by the top 50 legal brands, published a report on it and did some PR around it, calling A&O the best Tweagles out there (oh come on, that’s a ...

Today’s the day when lots of Scottish companies return back to work, so to help them ease back in (and because we were quite decent in our 2010 social media predictions), here’s some thoughts – ...

Mince pie? I’m eating humble pie right now. Anyway, a quick PR Friday funny for you – and a lesson for some PRs too! Contently has a client at the moment – the very funny and interesting Michael ...

BBC Scotland recently featured Contently Managed in an article, so if you’ve come here via that, thanks for visiting, I hope you’ll stick around. The blog provides a bit of Scottish cynicism and attitude ...