Category: RSS

Twitter? not in my Remit

I’ve been reading survey findings (PDF) from Remit Consulting following the recent MIPIM property fair in Cannes. The findings don’t make good reading for people – like me – who hope that the construction and property sector will be quick to embrace social media. The survey done with Estates Gazette was website-hosted – which may …

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Ten things to manage in a recession: 3 – administration

This is the third in a series expandng on my friend Ross Sturleys’ Ten Things to Cut in a Recession Before You Cut Your Marketing (presented at last month’s CIMCIG conference and in recent Construction News marketing e-newsletters). Number three: “Cut administration” Ross argues that there are opportunities, if money is really tight, for administration …

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Ten things to manage in a recession: 1 – memberships

My previous post about managing IT expenditure in a recession was focused on helping an architecture, engineering or construction (AEC) business reduce its day-to-day operational expenses. Deploying Software-as-a-Service solutions helps save money (that could then be invested in marketing or PR), and can give some competitive advantages and reputation benefits. But that might not matter …

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Will new CE blog prompt Tweet change?

The UK’s main pan-industry membership body for the construction industry, Constructing Excellence, has gradually been embracing Web 2.0 approaches. Last year, some staff started posting updates from Twitter and the CE website began offering RSS feeds. It has now just started its own blog (thanks to Su Butcher for the alert – via Twitter). This …

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