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November 28, 2011 #CommsChat with Richard Bailey, 28 November

On Monday 28 November #CommsChat will be joined by public relations educator Richard Bailey, academic, lecturer, and editor of Behind the Spin. Richard will be leading a #CommsChat on the theme of learning.

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November 22, 2011 Transcript of #CommsChat on Google+ for Businesses and Brands

On Monday, #CommsChat looked at the recently launched Google+ Pages for brands and businesses, with special guests Paul Sutton and Michael Litman. There’s a full transcript for this busy #CommsChat below, and we’ve also pulled out some of our favourite tweets.

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November 18, 2011 #CommsChat with Michael Litman and Paul Sutton on Google+ for brands and businesses

The recent launch of Google+ Pages for brands and businesses has starkly divided opinion across the communications industry. Should brands leap onto this new social media platform? Or should they wait until its comms possibilities are proven? On Monday 21 November, we’re hosting a #CommsChat session with Paul Sutton and Michael Litman.

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November 17, 2011 Transcript of #CommsChat at the PRCA North West debate

Hello all. On Monday, #CommsChat ventured to Manchester for the PRCA’s North West debate, on the topic of “Have we lost control?” We live-blogged the arguments of the panel, then relayed the questions from the CommsChat crowd to the speakers. The panel consisted of Amanda Coleman, John Greenway, Claire Donnelly, Dom Bradbury and Mark Dickinson

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November 10, 2011 #CommsChat, 14 November – Have we lost control?

On Monday 14 November, #CommsChat is doing things a little differently. We’re teaming up with the PRCA to broadcast from its debate at the Imperial War Museum, North, which takes as its topic: Have we lost control? The debate will bring together senior PR and comms professionals to examine the top questions in communications today.

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