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Customer Service, Waste and the GE2015

Hello Weekly Blog Club fans, it’s Kate Bentham here again, for what we think is week 17, but whose keeping note. We’ve had a good selection of blogs this week, and not all in the written form. We’ve had two

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Paper bags and sowing seeds

"Buckbee's seeds full of life"

Thank you very much to all those who contributed to and tweeted about the Week 4 posts. The subjects of the posts were thought-provoking and honest, although sometimes difficult. Michael Canavan’s post about when CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) may not be

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Welcome back!

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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Jings, crivvens and help my blog!

There’s a very interesting debate taking place on the Ayrshire Health Blog on the value of blogging. This week we have Roger Watson who replies to comments made previously that there is little value in blogging. Roger argues that blogging is

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Hubs, Health and Happy Shoes

Week 18? Already? Well I never. It’s true that time flies when you’re enjoying yourself and this week has flown by for me because I’ve been enjoying the 11 fabulous blogs submitted. I especially liked the blog post by Karen Hart

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The growing private and public social media split

A very interesting blog from Peter Sharples for week 18, looking at the growth of more and more young adults choosing to interact with their social networks privately. Peter looks at the impact this has on customer relations and also the

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SKY DIVING

A great blog from Shelagh Creegan who reflects on her guest host of the @WeNurses chat site. Shelgah introduces me to the term Sky Divers, which refers to other social media enthusiasts, and also to SoMe leadership, communication, learning and outcome based

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