Tag Archive: AJ

Oct 21 2009

RIBA promoting Web 2.0 to architects

In one of my blog posts yesterday (How events help build online communities), I mentioned that Be2camp would be collaborating with other AEC organisations to bring a Web 2.0 dimension to their events, and the first will be happening next Tuesday. The Royal Institution of British Architects is holding its annual Stakeholders’ Forum on the …

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Oct 20 2009

The future of the construction media

Last week, the Chartered Institute of Marketing Construction Interest Group (CIMCIG) and the journalist and PR association International Building Press (IBP) hosted a joint debate, chaired by Media Week‘s Steve Barrett, on ‘The future of the construction media‘ at the Building Centre in London. As a long-time PR member of IBP and a regular at …

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May 28 2009

PR, journalists and Twitter

There was an interesting exchange of opinions on Twitter earlier today, sparked by Architects’ Journal and Architectural Review editor-in-chief Kieran Long saying: Reaction to this approach was broadly negative, as I think the following exchanges illustrate: georgeclarketv @kieranlong You should do it…choose your words very carefully! dantestraw @kieranlong Surely they can twitter it themselves, can’t …

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Mar 23 2009

Should every business Twitter?

I have been monitoring the use of micro-blogging tool Twitter as a B2B communication tool for the past year or so. Popular take-up has exploded – up 1689% says the BBC. While there has also been a corresponding increase in the number of sniffy comments about Twitter (“full of egocentric bores … useless fools … …

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