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Great post by Edinburgh City Council PR supremo Stewart Argo over on the social media business networking site LinkedIn that raises an interesting question about the upcoming Scottish elections – but also ...

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 ...

Inspired by this post by Ben Cotton of Edelman Digital (and because social media types are always going on about transparency) I thought I’d share some of the stats for the Contently Managed blog. (Don’t ...

It didn’t take long for something to be overhyped in social media circles in 2011 did it? Quora – the Q&A site with, well, absolutely no difference to any other Q&A site – is being touted ...

STV news anchor John Mackay has announced that he’s going to get to grips with Social Media as part of STV’s New Year New You campaign, where people endeavour to learn something new, improve themselves ...

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 – ...

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 ...

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.

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 ...