Podcasting special part 5: influencers who stay influential – a case study of That’s Not Metal

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To round off my week of podcasting-themed blog post, I want to take a closer look at the show that’s responsible for my love of the medium and the reason I started my own podcast; the incomparable and brilliant That’s Not Metal. Continue reading Podcasting special part 5: influencers who stay influential – a case study of That’s Not Metal

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Podcasting special part 4: talking about what you love, even when it’s tough – a case study of the Aston Villa Review

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To round off my week of blogs about podcasting, I wanted to take a closer look at two of my favourite shows, which is exactly what I’m going to do! Continue reading Podcasting special part 4: talking about what you love, even when it’s tough – a case study of the Aston Villa Review

Podcasting special part 2: some tips to help you start your own show

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Yesterday we dipped into some of the impressive stats around podcasting, which have hopefully left you enthused about giving it a go yourself. However, that can be easier said than done. With that in mind, here’s a few tips on how to get podcasting. Continue reading Podcasting special part 2: some tips to help you start your own show

Yik Yak for good – a short, but real, case study

Yik Yak for good-a real case study

Yik Yak, the infamous anonymous app, often gets a bad rep. A quick Google and I’m sure you’ll find articles using phrases like ‘hotbed of hate’ and talking about how Universities and colleges should ban the platform. However, I don’t agree with this approach at all, and wanted to quickly share a real example of why I’m actually in favour of the Yak. Continue reading Yik Yak for good – a short, but real, case study

Won’t get fooled again? Four April Fools from the Russell Group that caught my eye

Mr. T stars in ``I Pity the Fool,'' airing Wednesday on TV Land.

Last Friday was that one day in the year where you really have to question everything you read, hear and watch online – yes, it was April Fool’s Day, a chance for brands and organisations everything to boost their engagement, show the world they have a sense of humour and have a bit of fun themselves too. Continue reading Won’t get fooled again? Four April Fools from the Russell Group that caught my eye

59 things I learned at #casesmc 2016

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Last week saw more than 80 higher education folk descend on Brighton for the 2016 Case Europe Social Media and Community Conference, an event I co-chaired for the first time. Despite having confidence in the schedule my co-chair Steven den Boer and I had put together, I was definitely a bit nervous as we kicked things off on Thursday morning; would all the speakers be ok, would the technology work and, most importantly, would our delegates get as much value and knowledge from the conference as possible? Continue reading 59 things I learned at #casesmc 2016