Friday's media moves

Friday's media moves

Please the press in Belgium We haven't done our usual Friday Media Moves for a while, so here's a quick round up of what's ...

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Industrial automation firm appoints technical PR agency

Industrial automation firm appoints technical PR agency

CD Automation , the East Sussex based manufacturer and supplier of industrial automation equipment, has appointed Stafford technical PR agen...

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RBS flails as failed bail man jailed

RBS flails as failed bail man jailed

By Boris Sedacca On a scale of one to ten for PR disasters, the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) IT fiasco must rank as ten. According to The ...

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Managing your company’s reputation online

Managing your company’s reputation online

Building a reputation. Building, see? The saying goes that it takes years to build a reputation, and only seconds to destroy it irremed...

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Arrghh! My Wikipedia entry is awful, what should I do?

Arrghh! My Wikipedia entry is awful, what should I do?

According to a recent survey, conducted by EthicalWiki - a US consultancy specialising in Wikipedia management, business has 'missed an ...

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How does your social media garden grow?

How does your social media garden grow?

Gardening or social media? Have you ever wondered why social media is a lot like gardening? Sarah Skerik, PR Newswire’s vice president h...

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How long will my reputation take to recover, in comparison to my waistline?

How long will my reputation take to recover, in comparison to my waistline?

By Richard Stone Here at Stone Junction Towers, we are having a debate about how long it takes to lose weight – prompted by my own quest to...

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Why gentle-businesses prefer blondes but marry brunettes

Why gentle-businesses prefer blondes but marry brunettes

By Richard Stone Soccernomics: Worth a read Given the events of last night it seems almost inevitable that this morning’s post will be...

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SEO Mondays: Using the new SEO functionality in Blogger

SEO Mondays: Using the new SEO functionality in Blogger

Changes to Blogger Many of you will have noticed that there have been a few notable changes in Blogger enabling better search engine opt...

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Are today’s editors chained to their desks?

Are today’s editors chained to their desks?

By Boris Sedacca Social media and the internet have made it all too easy for technical press publishers to expect their editors to produce  ...

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Reading list: The New Industrial Revolution by Peter Marsh

Reading list: The New Industrial Revolution by Peter Marsh

With the manufacturing agenda overcoming the boundaries of the technical debate and penetrating the world of politics, everyone seems to be ...

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Hackers compromise 6.5 million LinkedIn user passwords

Hackers compromise 6.5 million LinkedIn user passwords

Last week LinkedIn learned that approximately 6.5 million hashed LinkedIn passwords were posted on a hacker site. According to Vicente Silve...

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Google in a bit of bother over “WiSpy” allegations

Google in a bit of bother over “WiSpy” allegations

Google and its recent data harvesting operations have made headline material in the past few days. In case you weren’t aware, Google owns St...

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Is Facebook getting greedy?

Is Facebook getting greedy?

Some people say that a company is truly successful when it goes public and investors flock to buy shares. However, I for one believe that yo...

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