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..
David Glenwright from JC Social Media discusses Facebook reaching 2 billion active users on BBC Radio Leicester with Jonathan Lampon. It’s not the first time JC Social Media has been on the radio; here’s David discussing another trend, the mannequin challenge on BBC Radio 5 Live, and Jodie on Virgin Radio talking about Facebragging.
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…
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 (58 minutes) Is boredom under threat? There are more TV..
Our very own David Glenwright wrote a piece in ‘What’s Brewing’, the official newspaper of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA). Here he talks about how festivals can embrace the hashtag and really make the most of social media. To find out more about CAMRA and their work, visit their site.
David Glenwright from JC Social Media discusses the viral social media craze, the mannequin challenge, on Radio 5 Live.
Jodie Cook from JC Social Media discusses the concept of ‘facebragging’, on Virgin Radio.
As we celebrate ten years of Twitter, we thought we’d take a look back at some of the sporting highlights of the past decade and how they unfurled over social media. Still in its infancy, the impact of social media and technology on centuries old sports and athletes is incredibly noticeable. Let’s take a look..
Today’s social media gadget post is about Boomf. Boomf, aside from being an excellent word to say, is a company that put your Instagram photos on to marshmallows. “Multi-sensory magical marshmallows” as the tagline goes kind of sums it up but let’s have a think about the pros and cons and how one might actually..
Now, I know what you’re thinking. Is this profound and seemingly overstated blog title clickbait? If so, there is definitely some kind of irony going on but that would all depend how you define clickbait. That is to say, is an attention-grabbing headline still clickbait if it is, in fact, true? Shall we..? You..