Tag: UK

Aug 26 2014

Cornerstone launches

Cornerstone beta logo

A new website, SearchCornerstone, claims to be “the most advanced searchable website for the Construction industry.”  Over the past 20 years, I have seen dozens of websites launched aiming to provide marketing platforms for the construction industry (I even helped one or two into existence myself, including the ultimately ill-fated tCn; post). Some have been global in …

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Dec 19 2013

#SoloPR and UK PR freelances

SoloPRpro

After following a couple of US-based PR professionals on Twitter, I noticed them contributing to a tweetchat hashtagged #SoloPR (these take place on Wednesday lunchtimes in the US eastern seaboard, so early evening in the UK). As the tag suggests, it is a tweetchat run for sole practitioners in public relations (there is also a …

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Jul 01 2013

DesigningBuildings marks one year with infographic

The UK construction-specific “expert wiki”, DesigningBuildings, launched in July 2012, has marked its first birthday with an infographic that tells readers how far the site has come in 12 months. I first looked at the site in November (post), and – as a Wikipedian and general wiki fan – have continued to watch its progress [and, …

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May 01 2013

Two elements of BIM marketing for product manufacturers

The BIM bandwagon is not slowing down. Instead, it appears to be accelerating as we head towards the UK Government’s initial target of “Level 2″ adoption by 2016, and with more specifiers likely to seek BIM information, product manufacturers need to be thinking about how they will respond. There are two elements to content creation …

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Feb 19 2009

Value your Web 2.0 guerillas

On a train journey to Manchester today, I read Information Age‘s Effective IT 2009 report and focused on its section on communications and collaboration, including an article, Social understanding, mulling over the slow adoption of Web 2.0 technologies within enterprises. This article underlines that social computing can create new dynamics of information and knowledge transfer …

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