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View over Newcastle 6th January 2015

And it’s our 3rd anniversary! (see last post for the stats on how many authors, views of posts etc). Thank you very much to all of you who responded to my questions about whether we keep going and evolve or

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Digital, leaders, writers and Santa

Hello bloggers, it’s rubbish host  Kate Bentham here, trying to catch up with all of the fabulous blogs you have posted over the last 2 weeks. Yes, yes, I’m a bit behind but don’t let that stop you submitting a

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POST RELEASE: Life After the Press Release Dies

Dan Slee has been doing his best to tell us all that the press release must (or will) die in future comms and PR. In this blogs he shares how he has the backing of some big hitters – as

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Time travel, rock stars and chilli peppers

Not so many posts for Week 34, but it was the week after the bank holiday and some of the regulars are busy travelling or getting back into the routine after travelling. And less posts mean that you have time

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Power to the people

Ross Wigham shares news of the CIPR Northern Conference called Power to the People, which is being held in June 2013. The Conference will look at a post-Leveson world where traditional media is in the spotlight and social media is

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Happy blog day

I was really surprised to read that Ross Wigham’s blog is only a year old. He’s produced some top blogs in the last 12 months. In this post Ross looks back at some of the most viewed blogs, which if

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Smoke, journalism, knickers and a mermaid

This was a week in which many saw unusually deep snow for the UK in March, with some being snowed-in and left without power. Despite suggesting that people could use their time spent tucked up indoors in the warmth to

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Journalism Day

I also wish that Eddie Coates-Madden contributed a little more frequently to Weekly Blog Club because when he writes, it is always worth reading. Eddie writes about being provocative at a conference on the future of journalism; and being on the

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Smoke gets in your eyes. Ohh & content marketing

Ross Wigham writes about how his local government team changed to communicating with the public mainly online (and won a couple of awards recently for their work) – and quotes from Mad Men. Smoke gets in your eyes. Ohh &

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A Landmark Week

Hello lovely Weekly Blog Clubbers, it’s me, Kate Bentham, as your week 50 host. Yes, that’s right 50 glorious weeks of top blogs by top bloggers. Award yourself a pat on the back, a high five and a slice of

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