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Christmas drink drive campaign launches following recent award

Posted on December 6, 2012, in Campaigns, Case study, News, with 0 comments

Disappointing presents, dry turkey, the Queens speech. Some Christmas traditions are more welcome than others, but one tradition we’re happy to continue here at the Department for Transport is the THINK! Christmas drink drive campaign [video]. This year marks a special.

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Social sentiment analysis – is it worth it?

Posted on December 6, 2012, in Discussion, Evaluation, News, Social Media, with 11 comments

One of the issues that cropped up at last Friday’s excellent Analytics Camp was the tricky issue of sentiment analysis – is it worth it, and does it work? Sentiment analysis tools track your social presence, looking at whether your.

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GCN launches membership survey

Posted on December 5, 2012, in News, with 0 comments

Tell us what you think in our annual members survey. The aim of the  survey is to find out a bit more about you – the GCN membership. We want to know more about who you are, what you like.

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Launch of dementia awareness campaign

Posted on December 5, 2012, in Campaigns, News, Social Media, with 1 comment

I don’t approve of hashtags on Facebook. So imagine my disdain when an American woman announced the name of her newborn – Hashtag – via Facebook update. Twitter went wild at the news. But otherwise, I do enjoy an out-of-context.

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Planning for a crisis

Posted on December 4, 2012, in Crisis Management, News, with 0 comments

Here at GCN Towers we’ve being doing our bit for Christmas by donating food to the Waterloo Foodbank, a local organisation providing emergency supplies for people in crisis.  The office is piled high(ish) with what seems to be the entire.

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