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After the jump, there’s a huge graphic but have a read and then see why the rise of tablets like the iPad and Samsung Galaxy are great opportunities for PR, social media, digital marketing and brand ...

The Society of Editors meeting in Glasgow today is provoking some interesting chat online (liveblog here) – including a claim that online doesn’t harm circulation (made on the same day that a bunch of ...

OK, this is interesting… I know many of us moan about the over-softness of the world today, that the PC-liberal types but calling a new toy Spastic is a bit of a stretch to fair in the other direction – ...

Thanks to Allan Barr for tweeting me a heads-up on this before I had checked my mail – the post yesterday about not everyone wanting to be digital was featured in PR Daily (which everyone should be a ...

We’ve been¬† a bit lax here recently with the Friday Fun PR Challenge but we’re back (and yes, there’s prizes) and to get everyone’s brain thinking of a puzzler, here’s one from us ...

Facebook, Twitter, blogs, SMS, texting, YouTube videos, forums – all these things can be great to watch and participate in, but a little survey from the USA reminds us that professional communicators should ...

#smclinic - the twitter social media masterclass - is on the move to allow more people to partake in the chat and solve social media/digital engagement problems.

This come out the blue on Monday afternoon - Aberdeen Press and Journal Editor Derek Tucker is taking early retirement from the Press and Journal after 18 years in the top seat.

For long enough there were debates about who should own social media in the comms space and PRs keep pushing themselves forwards, but this article by Lisa Devaney  from Hai Media Group at The Wall indicates that ...

Something I’ve mentioned at presentations in the past is that while the whole 2.0, social media, digital engagement scene is tremendous fun, great for meeting people and can make companies money, it’s ...