Tweet this! No need to ever waste time on Twitter again if you follow our recommendations, plus you can further inform your online efforts by checking out latest research into how men and women use social media differently. We also offer tips to graduates looking to break into PR and silly advice for miserable PROs on how to cheer up!
Mistakes to avoid on Twitter: If you work in PR you can’t afford to ignore the power of Twitter. However, there are some pitfalls you need to avoid. PR experts discuss its pros and cons.
Good and Bad PR: In this week’s round up of the best and worst PR, a nice ice-cream stunt, an innovative short film and a Twitter witticism are cool in Rich Leigh’s expert opinion, but he’s hot and bothered by a typo and a Tweet too far.
Social media research: If you want to target either men or women using social media you need to use different tactics. We look at the gender divide when it comes to communicating online.
Hacked Off Flack: The news may be grim, but our silly columnist Hacked Off is feeling upbeat. Here are his reasons to be cheerful.
View from the top: Cartwright Communications’ Liz Cartwright offers advice to graduates hoping to land a PR job, including sending handwritten letters of application.
Opinion: Wading in to the in-house versus agency debate, Angela Casey, managing director of CM Porter Novelli, Edinburgh, says there’s no need to work both in-house and in an agency to be successful, what matters is making the most of opportunities.
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