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11 things comms people should know about the Communications Market Report

Ofcom’s latest Communications Market Report is now out and, as ever, it makes fascinating reading. It contains a huge amount of information about how people consume media and if you work in comms then it’s well worth taking the time to read the whole thing. But if you just want the highlights, here are 11… Continue reading 11 things comms people should know about the Communications Market Report

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Clinton, Jobs and what you stand for

I’ve recently finished reading Shattered, an interesting account of Hillary Clinton’s campaign to become US President. From a communications perspective, the thing that stood out was the extent to which her campaign was damaged by her failure to put forward a clear reason for running. The authors paint a picture of a candidate who was… Continue reading Clinton, Jobs and what you stand for

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Conte, Chelsea and learning from mistakes

There were interesting details in a recent Times article about the approach Antonio Conte has taken to management since joining Chelsea. One of the things he has focused on is watching and learning from videos of training sessions. “My players were not used to the videos at first,” he said. “It was very difficult and… Continue reading Conte, Chelsea and learning from mistakes

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Charities with biggest increases to Facebook audience

Five charities have increased their Facebook audiences by more than 30,000 already this year. Cancer Research UK is way out in front of everyone else, having increased its number of likes by a staggering 74,715 to take its total to a massive 1.44 million. The National Trust is also doing extremely well, with the second… Continue reading Charities with biggest increases to Facebook audience