Glide Technologies, the folk behind the Online Media Centre and GlideInsight, are holding a free, SEO Workshop at the CIPR HQ, 52-53 Russell Square, London, WC1B 4HP on Thursday, March 11th, 2010 from 8.30am to 10.30am. Hell, they are even throwing in breakfast as well. I’ll be co-presenting the workshop with Grant Whiteside, the Technical Director at… Read more »
[wpvideo GOJi2QuW] You know how PR folk are always “excited” and “delighted” when they win an account. Well, I can honestly say we are REALLY excited and delighted that we are handling the UK and European PR launch of the Pogoplug from Cloud Engines Inc. So what is the Pogoplug? For an immediate sense of… Read more »
I was intrigued by a recent blog post from Tom Foremski where he “raised the possibility of PR agencies developing the ability to drive lots of traffic to specific news stories” and suggesting that this would constitute a PR firm’s “killer pitch”. I immediately thought of a superb piece by Ashley Friedlein at E-Consultancy (New… Read more »
For the last few years, Glide Technologies (purveyors of the well known Online Press Centre product) have conducted an annual journalist survey to delve into the nitty gritty of what kind of information journalists want and how they want to receive it. The Glide surveys have tended to stand out from other similar, run of… Read more »
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UnlLgngWCYU] What do you get when you cram around 170 UK tech PR people into a small bar in London, ply them with booze and offer up the prospect of some cheeky mickey taking? Answer: The Jackenhack Awards 2009 which took place last Wednesday evening at The Dust Bar in Clerkenwell Road, London. If the… Read more »
How do you distribute and monitor social media guidelines? Does IT security policy management have something to teach us?
Do PR firms really understand the concept of Page Rank? How to make sure you really know what Page Rank value your coverage has.
9. Don’t bother with a backup plan. If you need a live Internet connection to demo a site, don’t bother making a screen shot of the site in case the connection doesn’t work. That way, you’ll be at a complete loss for words when the connection fails. 10. Don’t practice. At all. Practicing a presentation… Read more »
via blogs.wsj.com “My son had racked up nearly 2,000 incoming text messages, and had sent nearly as many. That means he was having more than 60 two-way communications via text message every day.” Sue Shellenbarger Posted via web from Andrew’s posterous
UPDATE ON UPDATE: To make even more clear I’m not simply reposting and attempting to claim all the glory, you’ll have to go to the Pocket-lint site for the full list. UPDATE: Just so everyone is clear, this is NOT my list, I’m simply reposting – this is the list from the original Pocket-lint post… Read more »