On a quiet, unassuming Wednesday morning in December, a PR disaster of monumental scale hit a local Cambridgeshire newspaper. A printing error on an edition of their paper threatened to undermine their credibility, and invite scores of complaints from angry residents. Or at least, that’s what their apology would have you believe. After the..
2017 finished with a bang for JC Social Media after being awarded the “Best use of Social Media” award at this year’s national Chamber of Commerce awards. The awards celebrated the best talent from over 50 regional Chamber of Commerces, with five other high-performing campaigns in the social media category. Despite the tough..
It’s been a great week here at JC Towers with the news we’re finalists in this year’s The Drum’s Network Awards. The awards celebrate the work of agencies in the marketing sector which, of course, includes social media. But here’s the best news… We’re not shortlisted for just one award, we’re up for..
David Glenwright from JC Social Media discusses whether it’s acceptable to use emojis at work and in work emails. He is joined on the debate by Grant William Veitch Harrold, also known as The Royal Butler, ‘Britain’s Official Etiquette Expert’ and the presenters of the show are Kate Garraway and Jeremy Kyle. Whilst David was..
Facebook is truly the daddy of social media and its growth continues into 2017. As the platform passed its latest milestone; boasting 2billion active users, BBC Radio Leicester’s Jonathan Lampon contacted JC Social Media for comment. Resident Facebook expert and trainer David Glenwright discussed the news live on air: It’s not the first time..
David Glenwright from JC Social Media discusses Facebook events set up to encourage people to run through fields of wheat, on Radio 4’s Farming Today programme. The general election of 2017 gave rise to numerous talking points and Theresa May’s comments in an interview with Julie Etchingham on ITV’s Tonight programme were probably the highlight…
Life as a startup entrepreneur is tough. Getting a business off the ground requires long hours, hard work and real dedication to the cause, but the payoffs can make it all worthwhile. But when the lines between work and life are blurred, how should entrepreneurs share their rollercoaster story over social media? In..
2016 was undeniably a year of major political shocks, both in the UK and the US. Both Brexit and the election of Donald Trump as President counteracted predictions from pollsters, media commentators, and political experts. How did social media and its role as a huge echo chamber of people who share your views, contribute to..
Last weekend our MD Jodie Cook was on BBC Radio 4 in a programme put together by Phill Jupitus and producer Luke Doran, on the subject of ‘boredom’. Listen to the show here, and read the blurb below: Being Bored: The Importance of Doing Nothing Is boredom under threat? There are more TV channels..
It’s well documented that social media plays a huge role in marketing in the hospitality sector. Pubs, bars and beer festivals are no exception. Resident social media trainer and real ale enthusiast, David Glenwright, combined his two areas of expertise to pen an article for ‘What’s Brewing’, the official newspaper of the Campaign for Real..