Posted by Neville Hobson
27 November I agree with Stephen Waddington: if you're in PR in the UK, Econsultancy's Social Media and Online PR Report is essential reading. I've not yet read the detailed report ... just scanned through the extract freely available on Econsultancy's website. Plus I've absorbed some of the commentary posted by PR influencers such as Wadds and others like Danny Whatmough.
lazy Top 10 lists
Posted by Jordan Stone
26 November What's lazier than writing a 'top 10' blog post? Writing a blog post about a 'top 10' list already compiled by someone else ... But what's this list really measuring? All of these websites are certainly popular ... but does it matter that they are linked to blog posts? And does that make them influential? Or are they influential in the sense that matters for traditional PR, online PR and social media agencies?
digital economy bill
Posted by Ged Carroll
26 November I recently wrote a guest blog post with my colleague Nick Osborne for progressive (Nick tells me that means left-of-centre, politically speaking) blog Left Foot Forward: The Digital Economy Bill is legislatively flawed. Nick was particularly concerned about inconsistencies in the legislation and constitutional issues. I thought about issues regarding media economics and technological progress.