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White Ribbon

Stand up and Swear

25 November marks the beginning of 2014 White Ribbon campaign. I had the privilege of running the Queensland White Ribbon campaign in 2009 and provided some support again in 2012. The prevention of domestic and family violent is a passion of mine and again this year I am challenging you to take a stand a swear “Not Violent, Not Silent”.

Social media policies

Social Media Policies

I find it fascinating how different companies manage their technology policies and more specifically how they approach social media in the workplace.

More and more Australian companies are using social media to engage with customer base yet shy away from it internally. It seems to be one of those things that still strikes fear into the hearts of many executive teams.

But it’s the latest trend!?

As long as it rhymes it doesn’t need to make sense right? It seems like it’s the latest craze to mispronounce words. As Marketers, Publicists, PRs, Advertisers, Copywriters or as we often get called, wordsmiths and spin doctors, do we not have a responsibility to uphold the integrity of the written word?

LinkedIn

Are you LinkedIn?

LinkedIn has grown and evolved a lot over the past few years. I seem to be talking about it more and more as a viable social media channel with clients and colleagues. Admittedly, I don’t post a lot on my LinkedIn profile; I joined in 2009 because that’s what everyone was doing and I like playing with new toys. The way I use LinkedIn in 2012 is very different to how I used it when I first joined. Like most social media channels, it’s grown and evolved into a useful tool. I login most days to the industry headlines that trend and I use it a lot for research.

What’s so bad about the ‘F’ word?

I’ve had a few interesting offline conversations with colleagues about my recent post “How well do you know your audience?”. Apparently the referencing of two “women” sites in the opening paragraph set up my post as a “feminist rant”. I may be naive but how does a review post on marketing psychographics equate to feminism? Isn’t perception such a wonderful thing? The thing is perception and assumptions can be deadly in a campaign and marketing in general.

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