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Why leaders need to be actively engaged on social channels

Do you know who should be a company’s biggest champions? Employees, I hear you say. And you’re probably right, but that’s only going to happen if a company has a super-engaged workforce and its employees are actually empowered to share the love via social channels, as well in offline forums (public events, with friends over …

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How to gather insights for your content marketing for PR program

Any time you embark on a content marketing for PR plan, it’s advisable to start watching and listening to what’s going on in and around your virtual world. Not just a cursory scan of the interwebs: I’m talking full immersion and discovery. The goal here is to arm yourself with information about what your company or organisation …

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LinkedIn Live is coming: what does it mean for your business?

We welcome the news that LinkedIn is finally onboard the video live-streaming train. The announcement yesterday of its new live-streaming service – LinkedIn Live – immediately got me thinking of the raft of opportunities it will provide businesses large and small, nonprofit organisations, professional experts and thought leaders, once it gets going. But first, a …

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Are we seeing a return to community? I hope so. Here is what it looks like in real life.

The early heady days of social media (circa 2009-2012) were characterised by a genuine sense of community. This was an era when social media truly was social, and activity on channels such as Twitter and Facebook often acted as a precursor to offline meetups and coffee catch-ups that in turn resulted in stronger connections and …

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