Can social media improve mental health issues?
Apps / Mental Health / Social Media / Tools

Can social media improve mental health issues?

I previously posted about developing an app campaign, which I eventually managed to do for the previous week’s presentation in our social media class. For the assignment we were able to select a client by our own choice, whereas I decided to create a social media campaign for the Mental Health Foundation to improve mental … Continue reading

Could Internet memes be valuable in a PR context?
Digital Technology / Social Media / Tools

Could Internet memes be valuable in a PR context?

An Internet meme is a concept that is spread from person to person via the Internet, according to Wikipedia’s definition. It usually comes under the description of a viral phenomenon or trending theme, and the memes doesn’t usually have a motive or cause behind the creation. It consists of spreading an image, text, hyperlink, video … Continue reading

LinkedIn – more than a professional identity?
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LinkedIn – more than a professional identity?

LinkedIn is often associated with individual job searching, uploading CV profiles and getting professional connections, whereas it has been a bit downplayed in the media compared to other social media networks such as Facebook and Twitter. According to the CIPR website, LinkedIn is ranked as one of the most popular network for ‘the building of … Continue reading

Not-for-profit PR + Twitter = Perfect match
Not-for-profit PR / Social Media / Tools

Not-for-profit PR + Twitter = Perfect match

In the 1st semester at University of Westminster I was assigned to write a report that should research an ongoing trend in the PR industry. I chose to examine how the not-for-profit PR sector was currently using social networks in their campaigning and communication strategies. The majority of the not-for-profit organisations were primarily using Facebook … Continue reading