Social Media Means Engagement

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Tweet I was interested to read recently that my local Council officers had recommended the Council make use of Facebook and Twitter. Great idea, until I read that councillors wanted to ensure no one could comment on the posts and the communications officer assured them they’d be used only to direct users to the Council’s […]

Be Mindful of Your Brand

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Tweet It’s not often you get to meet someone who’s Googled you! But I did… yesterday and of all places at a school graduation. Still not 100% clear how it happened but apparently he was looking for my husband, knew I ran a business and ‘vaguely’ what it was about and voila! Actually, I just […]

Facebook – Keeping it Private

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Tweet Following on from my earlier post on Facebook, I had an interesting chat with a colleague who indicated he had removed his Facebook profile because of the people who he had ‘friended’… Not because they weren’t friends (in this instance it was someone he’d known for over 20 years) but because of the profile […]

VAs Helping Clients with Social Networking

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Tweet Since my previous post on how VAs can help clients with social networking like Twitter, there has been a lot of discussion on industry lists about whether VAs SHOULD provide this kind of support – or whether it defeats the purpose of the networking aspect of these sites. There is no doubt a VA […]