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Today’s the day I feature in the CIPR’s Meet The Members campaign:
I’ve done a short video about my chapter in Share This: The Social Media Handbook for PR, published this week: You can see all the videos from the other chapter authors on the CIPR YouTube channel.
This week sees two books I’ve had a hand in formally published – one which I’ve contributed a chapter to and one which I’ve written half of. In one respect both books show a troubled future for the book publishing industry – the earnings will be, at best, somewhat limited and so writing is not about the [...]
Out today is a very useful set of guidelines from the CIPR about how PR professionals should and shouldn’t use Wikipedia. It’s got a lot of detailed tips about how best to find your way around Wikipedia’s rules and features including the often neglected point about how to ensure your work and private online activities [...]
Next month sees the publication of two books I’ve been involved with – 101 Ways To Win An Election, which I’ve co-written with Ed Maxfield, and also a PR book about social media: Share This. It’s been put together via the auspices of the CIPR, using a stellar list of contributors from the UK PR [...]
As part of the CIPR’s Social Summer series, I’ll be talking about social media and the public sector on 7 June, featuring a digression into Roman history. More details here. The talk accompanies the forthcoming CIPR book Share This, which you can pre-order from Amazon here.
On Thursday night I appeared alongside Stuart Bruce on CIPR TV talking about the impact of social media on public affairs work here in the UK. Watch to find out what our top tips are for anyone working in public affairs (our section starts just over 31 minutes in):