Hey there, teachers and school type people, 🙂 tomorrow (Tuesday 19th October) I’m running some webinars with TTEDSC and NBN on how Schools can us Social Media Marketing Strategies. There are Q&A sessions and so on starting at 4pm. Session for Staff managing social profiles, pages & groups (Eg. Facebook or elsewhere). Staff who are […]
On December 1st, 2015, the updated Commercial Television Industry Code of Practice (2015) came into play. And oh boy did it come into play. From two little lines, two little changes… 3.4.2 Nothing in this Section 3 requires a Licensee to allocate equal time to different points of view, or to include every aspect of a person’s viewpoint, nor does […]
A 3 day intensive social media workshop for small groups (8-10) on Facebook, Twitter, social media strategy, campaigns, measurement. Bring your laptop!
What is Neknominate? And Should we ask an American company (Facebook, Google) to censor Australians citizens that are doing stupid but not illegal stuff? If we hand our sovereignty over to Facebook and Google (I don’t include Twitter as they have already rolled over and made no attempt to protect our privacy), should we get pissy if Saudi, China and Korean Governments demand the same?
Social media job as a digital marketing coordinator in Sydney for 70k a year. Dec 2013 Wordpress, Facebook, Twitter etc?
Losing our communication rights. As voters and customers take over media creation and distribution through social media, they now have access to the same channels (audiences) that Corporate Marketing and Government PR have – which is why people can create awesome antimarketing and antiPr campaigns that activate large numbers of people to sign petitions, fundraise or change behaviours. Until the Australian Government stops it, that is. Here’s the proposed legal changes.
Social Media: CEOs of Twitter and Facebook regularly meet with political leaders worldwide – Prime Ministers’ of Japan, New Zealand, Russia, South Korea, and so on. But not Australia. Why not?
Australian CEOs are negligent in refusing to come to grips with Social Media, and their PR Media trainers are negligent in not training them to understand the impact of their communications in social networks.