Dell’s Stephen Jio on User Generated Content, Citizen Journalism + Social Media

Nov 19

Myself and Kirsty Malcolm speak to Dell’s eBusiness Programme Manager about Dell’s most valued form of UGC, his opinion on the value of citizen journalism and the best social media platform to reach your...

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Internet Week Launch Party – for TechFluffTV

Nov 10

After 3 successful years in New York, Internet Week comes to Europe for the very first time this week. I went for TechFluffTV to the launch party in...

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Lets get my friend Feeder Lady through to round 8 of Project Food Blog 2010

Nov 01

My friend Jackie aka Feeder Lady is a fantastic chef, photographer and blogger. She’s entered into Food Buzz’s Project Food Blog – a competition for the best food blogger. She’s got down to round 7 by completing various tasks such as hosting a luxury dinner party and making a meal to be transported. This round she had to make a cookery show...

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How your blog can help get you a job – by 3 people who did it.

Oct 26

Speaking at City University, 3 young journalists tell a room full of wannabe hacks the secrets to their success. And all of them are (sickeningly) under 25. Josh Halliday, trainee Media reporter at The Guardian. Network using Twitter – coversate and contribute in the circles you want to work in Build a brand for yourself, but be yourself Be patient –...

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My First Meetup: Are Twitter RTs and Facebook likes valuable?

Oct 19

Although I’ve blogged and used Twitter for 18 months now, I’ve never been to a social media meetup. A good friend told me about The London Blog Club, which holds monthly meetups for bloggers and has free wine and nibbles – so I was there. Held in the Talk Talk Customer Experience centre in Soho, tonight’s meetup was about getting more comments...

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Social Media Win

Apr 09

Tomorrow every Facebook user in the UK will be asked if they are registered to vote when they log into their account. If you’re not, it’ll direct you to the registration page. It’s in a bid to get the group (18-24 year olds) that has the lowest voter turn-out to step up and decide who they want to run the country on May 6th. Reports out today have...

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