Health and Social Care blog award finalists the Older People’s Advocacy Alliance have been blogging for almost five years. Marie McWilliams, Operations Manager and blog lead for OPAAL shares her thoughts on the benefits of charity blogs. In the summer of 2012 our hand was forced – “produce a blog as part […]Read More
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So after 3 long years of long lectures and early starts, you have finally obtained what everyone has been telling you “will be the keys to success”; your degree. Now like most of us you have noticed how hard it is to actually secure that dream job. You’ve probably been […]Read More
http://www.blogawardsuk.co.uk/ukba2016/my-entry/man-ledge Blogging saved my life in a way. That sounds dramatic, it is true, but there you go. Last summer my job disappeared in an acrid puff of smoke. After 27 years it had gone. The details are now wearisome, but this lifelong journalist was left with nothing to write […]Read More
Bloggers talk to each other quite a lot. We comment on each other’s blogs, we have Twitter parties, we’re in Facebook groups. Thanks to social media, you can chat to people anywhere, any time, about your shared interests and about pretty much any aspect of blogging. This sense of ‘community’ […]Read More
Last week, it was all about advertising, at least that is what caught our attention. ITVcelebrated 60 years of advertising and it made our team sit back and discuss, how far has advertising come along in the past 60 years? The first advert to air on ITV 60 years ago was, Gibbs […]Read More
Those first steps in to something new can be very daunting, slowly testing the blogging waters and seeing what the bloggersphere is all about, but as with anything that is new, blogging can be daunting at first and although it may seem you are out of your depth, never fear […]Read More