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CIPR Social Summer
Social Summer 2011
2011 schedule at a glance:
26 May - What has Google ever done for PR?
9 June - Social
media meets news and TV
16 June - How to get ahead in social. How to build your own online reputation
23 June - Where next? Here comes web 3.0 and the Internet of Things
7 July - Social
media No-No's and how to tell your boss / client they are wrong
14 July - Kick-start your Social Media strategy
Presentations from CIPR Summer 2010
16 Sept -
The LinkedIn Special
23 Sept -
The Facebook Special
30 Sept -
The Wordpress Special
7 Oct -
What is your Wikipedia strategy
14 Oct - What has Google ever done for PR?
28 Oct -
CIPR SM minutes
23 Jan 2012
5 May 2011
21st April 2010
9th June 2010
29th July 2010
14th September 2010
9th February 2011
CIPR social measurement group
3rd June 2010
16th July 2010
11th August 2010
Social measurement resources
Glossary of terms
Contribution to Summer 2010 update to CIPR measurement and evaluation guidelines
Draft guidance to CIPR members, Feb 2011
Social media guidelines review document
Introduction to the CIPR social media guidelines
Social media and the CIPR Code of Conduct
Potential legal issues
What to be aware of as an employer / employee
Social media measurement
Other issues: Online tracking, Online advertising, SEO, Pitching, Off the record; Wikis
Rules of engagement; and The future
Further information: CIPR resources; Useful links
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'Share This' - be a part of the second edition
Share This: The Social Media Handbook for PR Professionals
by the CIPR Social Media Panel, is due for publication in print and digital formats on 20 July 2012.
The book is split into 26 chapters over eight topic areas, covering the media and public relations industry, planning, social networks, online media relations, monitoring and measurement, skills, industry change and the future of the industry.
Each chapter has been written as a standalone piece of work and is intended to be read independently. You can either choose the topics that interest you or read the entire book from start to finish.
Inevitably for any book about an industry that moves as fast as ours there are topics that we haven’t covered. If you spot any gaps here is the place to let us know.
We plan on producing additional digital chapters - so feel free to post your updates here!
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