Monthly Archives: February 2014

Tweetdeck: A short user guide to getting the most out of it

(Photo credit: estherbester) I ran my first Webex training session this week; it was a 45 minute run-through of How To Be a Tweetdeck Ninja, which contained my tips for getting the most out of Facebook. Ahem.I’ve used Tweetdeck for years and … Continue reading

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This week, I’ve been reading… (weekly)

Olympian Bode Miller: ‘Be Gentle With Christin Cooper’ for NBC interview | Poynter. Never a good look when an Olympic hero cries as a result of your question. However, I don’t think she was insensitive (although the camera work was … Continue reading

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Shifting my social media life around

I bit the bullet today and made myself a Facebook page. I’d actually created it a few months ago, but I didn’t publish it because it seemed a bit, well, extravagant – I have a Facebook profile, I’m on all the … Continue reading

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This week, I’ve been reading… (weekly)

The Facebook Effect on the News – Atlantic Mobile tags: facebook journalism Death and startups: Most startups croak 20 months after their last funding round | VentureBeat | Business | by Ricardo Bilton tags: innovation digital entrepreneurship What skills do … Continue reading

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This week, I’ve been reading… (weekly)

Outlook for 2014: InPublishing “Is there light at the end of the tunnel for the regional press? Will their efforts to realign their businesses start to bear fruit? Peter Sands looks at the priorities for the year ahead and solicits … Continue reading

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Investigating whether it’s worth investing time in LinkedIn (aka Help, please…)

I’ve been involved in interviewing for some journalists jobs recently, and I noticed that while some CVs will state the applicant’s Twitter, and occasionally their blog, hardly any referenced a LinkedIn profile. More interestingly, during social media role interviews, LinkedIn was … Continue reading

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