Expert views and opinions on all aspects of communications

September 12, 2011 Are you prepared for the new term? Need a helping hand?

September is here, the leaves have started to turn in England and children have headed back to school after a long summer of adventures and fun. I loved that September feeling, with newly-lined textbooks in colourful paper and seeing my school friends again. It’s not quite the same in the corporate world is it? But why not take a moment to pause, gather your thoughts and start afresh as if it’s a new term?

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September 5, 2011 Welcome

Welcome to the new look CommsChat site. If you’ve been a regular participant over the past year you may not be reading this – it’s possible that you follow #CommsChat in TweetChat, or on TweetDeck, or maybe on Twitter itself. However, we realise that there are many comms professionals for whom social territories are not necessarily their native homeland. They want to go to one site, and stay there. So we’ve launched a twitter chat window within the CommsChat site. We also know there are many who want to carry on the conversation in a little more detail than 140 characters, so we’ve created a blogging portal.

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September 5, 2011 Five reasons why you should get involved in #CommsChat every week by Adam Vincenzini

A little over 12 months ago, Emily Leary and I had a simple idea – gather up enough people to stage a weekly Twitter chat about media and communications at a European-friendly time.

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September 5, 2011 Bored of Facebook by Paul Taylor

Facebook: the figures speak for themselves. July 2011, in the UK alone, over 31 million unique visitors, eleven minutes the average visit, 13 million daily visitors, over 35 average visits per visitor with more than 22 million pages viewed.

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