Social media has created a communication revolution and it’s not going away. This has an obvious impact on business too and many businesses are still trying to get to grips with it all, so here are my 5 Top Tips on social media for business use.
Social media training
Have you played out with Blab yet? It’s actually good fun – and you can broadcast to the world wearing your slippers! Live vlogging is becoming increasingly popular. Blab is chat show style with up to 4 people at a time and people can ask you questions, which means good engagement. This month I took part […]
The Lancashire Police Commissioner has funded 20 Jane Binnion to run sessions to support Lancaster District parents and carers on ‘social media and your child’
It’s never nice to have your work stolen, and the internet makes that all too easy. Equally the internet makes it easier for plagiarism to be found out. There is naming and shaming going on and it ain’t pretty!
In trying to communicate better with a white goods company that had me going round in circles I took to Twitter. They weren’t there, but what I did find led to this short vlog.
Like many trainers I get asked lots of questions about social media and as we say, when you get the same question 10 times you should turn it into a blog. Here I have gone one step further and turned 2 of the most common questions into How To screen-cast videos as a summer bumper special.
On International Womens Day Sharon Jackson and I Launched We Are WOW to simplify the digi-world and empower people to use the tools that we be useful to them.
February 10th was Safer Internet Day with the theme of ‘Lets create a better internet together”.
The day was about understanding the positives of the online world, but also highlighted that as many as a third of young people are still being bullied on-line.
I do, of course, worry about some of the things that young people share on-line, but I must say that I worry more about what is perhaps the elephant in the room – what parents are sharing about their children
Often when dealing with a physical problem we deal with the symptoms not the root cause, we do that in our organisations too. So before you say that social media doesn’t work for you try the 5 Whys and see what happens.
As an ex-youth worker and a mum of a teen, I do worry about the UK’s attitude towards our young people. I am however aware of one group that are very keen to be seen everywhere that young people hang out – and that’s marketers. Which means young people do not have a safe site to hang out on.