Tag Archives: social media

Sharing on social media: With great power…

Social sharing

‘Families of Westminster attack victims found out fate through pictures online’ reads one of the headlines from the Guardian today. The story explains how the families of Kurt Cochran, who was killed in the Westminster terror attack, and his wife Melissa, who was badly injured, found out they had been hurt when they recognised them in […]

Resources to help small charities ace social media

You can make everything look better with Canva (just go easy on the inspirational quotes, yeah-)

This week I spoke to a group of small charities and non-profits at an event held at Christchurch University in Canterbury. It was part of a wider programme which is looking at the transformative potential of social media and it was great to meet so many enthusiastic staff and volunteers from across Kent. There was great interest […]


Image courtesy of @Glastopolice/Avon and Somerset Constabulary

After *that* tweet today from NPAS London (the helicopters used by the Metropolitan Police), should organisations think twice about letting staff loose on social media? Absolutely not, says police blogger Nathan Constable in this guest post: Looking at the way many UK police forces use social media, the tweet posted today by NPAS London was […]

Handcuffs, hashtags and headlines

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Ahead of its cinema release this weekend, Fifty Shades of Grey is attracting its fair share of media coverage and, in the hope that some of the attention will rub off on them, various companies are clamouring to align themselves with the themes of the film. In most cases the fit is obvious: lingerie and […]

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