Month: November 2011

The Leveson Inquiry has once again brought the spotlight onto the world of Journalism However, the fantasic journalism shouldn’t be tainted with one bad group of nasty journalists There are still really good journalists out there that need to be...

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Another rant I am afraid I am sick of coming across extremely poor blogs that are being used as dumping grounds by SEO people to leave links and point them towards their client’s main websites I really don’t see the longevity in this process –...

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As always in the Prohibition offices we have been doing some blogger research recently We have been looking at some of the best written blogs in the world of gardening, so I thought I would share the UK’s top 20 gardening blogs I hope you find...

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As you know in our day job at Prohibition we are constantly running campaigns for clients that are targeting different audiences, sometimes these can be pretty dry and other times they can be very interesting We are currently running a blogger...

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I have just been listening to BBC News and it is talking about the toughest job market ever for graduates As most people know one of my clients is Lucre Social (where I work as a director running social campaigns) and together we have been looking...

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In recent weeks, I have been receiving an increasing amount of Linked-in connection requests and it has got me thinking Now firstly I should point out I have a love hate relationship with Linked-in, some things I love about it and some things I hate...

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Last Thursday, I spent the evening presenting on social media in the finance sector to a room of delegates at Grant Thornton When I present I prefer to use real life case studies of work that I have completed myself with my teams However, when I...

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