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Ever-talented Jon Clements has written a good piece over on the PR Media Blog about banks and social media that’s well worth a read given the recent fury over banking bonuses but it got me thinking too – ...

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 – ...

Last December, we did the obligatory predictions for 2010 in social media and PR – but how did we do?

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

As the footy season is nearly upon us, it might seem prudent to point out a couple of good pieces on football and social media (one of them written by a guy who did a book on football) that give pointers on how ...

Glad this wasn’t touted as a PR/Social Media Friday Fun Challenge: it’s a robot that mimics births. Complete with Japanese robot voice. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7_p0qAIuHdE[/youtube] Many ...