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Great little post by Sherrilynne Starkie about social media getting the blame for PR disasters. An interesting and quick read and it shows that some PR types are a) drama queens and b) not grasping the full ...

Stuart Bruce of the very talented Wolfstar has dug up a very good blog post to the age old argument about social media ROI and included some pops at PR AVE. All of it is in response to an article by Cathy Wallace in ...

Quite funny looking at some of the feedback from SXSW (Isaak Pinnock’s piece on lazy panels sums it up quite well) and it appears that there’s now a bit of a cry-out for more than love-ins at panels and ...

It’s a given that people will use Twitter for promotion. Social Media types do it, whisky types do it, authors do it. But the best of them follow the main rule of social media: it’s about digital ...

OK, so there’s been the Nestle Facebook rudeness stuff today, getting YouTube to censor Greenpeace the other day, the big Family Blogger event fight last year but you could write some of it off as being new to ...

Turns out the stooshie over Nestle and Facebook manners isn’t the first time Nestle has found itself ┬áin social media hot water. Crunchy Domestic Goddess points out that there were issues last year as well ...

You might have noticed where I put on my nappy-head and moaned about bloggers being told not to blog/film at the SECC in Glasgow for the Scottish Baby Show. Now, I should shrug it off, but you know what? I ...

This is certainly different. The main agencies in Belgium have put their websites on strike as a protest over the ridiculous amount of pitching – and the numbers of agencies invited along. Talk about digital ...

We announced it last Friday in Business7 but now it’s time to go wider with it: to combat the rip-off companies and the phonies out there who claim to be the Google Ranking masters or social media ...

As part of Aye Write, The Herald is putting on charging for an event called The Future of Media. But when you look at the panel of speakers, it’s anything but. In fact it’s more Aye, Wrong than an Aye ...