If you’re reading this, you’ve either got a page in an online social networking site like Facebook or MySpace, or are thinking of getting one.
But what can these sites offer you, the PRO, or your clients? Are different ones better at different things? What is the etiquette behind contacting people through these sites? What should you NOT do?
In our video podcast this week, Frank PR co-founder Andrew Bloch reveals how these sites should be used and explores the future of online social networking.
Click here to join the discussion (WMP)
VIDEO PODCAST ARCHIVE
17.05.07 Clew Communications’ associate director Stuart Mayell talks about the advent of erectile dysfunction drugs such as Viagra. Click here to join the discussion (WMP)
10.05.07 Matthew Cain talks about Newscounter, a web-based service that gives companies a right of reply, promises to give back to the PR community some of the control. Click here to join the discussion (WMP)
|03.05.07 On the back of the news CBBC is looking for a consumer PR agency, Cow PR consultant Dylan Watkins talks about the pitfalls and positives when working for children’s television clients. Click here to get involved (WMP)|
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