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Category Archives: Social Media
Here’s another cool little tool. ifttt, or ‘if this, then that’ is a way of automating tasks across your social networks. It describes itself as ‘digital duct tape’. It basically allows you to set rules and actions to happen whenever … Continue reading →
ACAS – the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service, who you’ve probably heard of on news reports about negotiations between employers and unions – have published some guidance for employers on how to manage staff use of these sites at work. … Continue reading →
Fair play to Cornwall Council, who have posted up publicly their social media policy and passport (basically a business case type document and process). You can download them via their social media page. Thanks to Matt Bond, from Cornwall’s Communications … Continue reading →
Really pleased to be able to publish this post from Cisco’s Jeremy Crump on the use of Twitter by the police, with specific reference to the recent disturbances in London, Birmingham and other cities. The widespread use of social media … Continue reading →
A common risk associated with public bodies engaging online in spaces like Twitter is that there’s too much interaction to cope with. It’s something that often gets raised when I am talking with clients. E-government bulletin covered the issue recently: … Continue reading →