POST RELEASE: Life After the Press Release Dies

It’s seven years since the ground-breaking post ‘Die! Press Release! Die! Die!’ was written. Tom Foremski’s this-can’t-go-on wail reads as powerfully as a Martin Luther deconstruction of one of the central pillars of the public relations industry. “I’ve been telling the PR industry for some time now that things cannot go along as they are,” […]

RUSSIAN SOCIAL: 18 things from a digital debate with the Russian Ambassador

At @russianembassy waiting for start of #digitalbbq on how the internet influences political decision making #rukonf — Dan Slee (@danslee) November 25, 2013 So, what’s to share from a trip to the Russian Ambassador’s residence in London for a discussion on how the internet shapes political decision? Actually, quite a lot and not just […]

HOUR DAY: How #walsalltownstories will try to tell a tale

I love Twitter. I really do. But sometimes you need more than 140 characters to try and tell a story. That’s why with the Walsall Town Stories event we will try and use it to give an idea of the people who work in the town centre. Twenty people whose jobs are often celebrated will […]

#OURDAY: Some tips for telling your story during a Twitter event

Local government is brilliant. It can save lives. It can give your children a good head start in life and it does more than 800 different services. 800? Really? Absolutely. Chances are if you leave your house you’ll have come across something that the sector has done or helped with. Trouble with such a vast […]

#VOTECARL: Can you help us make a statement?

Hello Reader… I’d like you do me a quick favour. Normally, I try and post some ideas, case studies or things that have impressed me about digital communications. If you’ve got something out of them then great. If that’s the case they I’ve a favour to ask. I’d like you in the words of Deelite […]