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Beyond likes: social platforms for social housing
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In today's digital world, social media is a powerful tool for housing providers. But simply having a presence on every social platform isn't enough. It's crucial to target the right spaces and tailor your content for maximum impact. A well-defined...
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Autumn Statement 2023 headlines for housing comms
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There was much fanfare in the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement yesterday (22 November) on tax cuts to help tackle the cost-of-living crisis and boost business investment and growth. But what were the Autumn Statement 2023 headlines for housing comms? As promised,...
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How to make the most of your MP visit
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It was the sunny calm before storm Eunice when I travelled down to our client Helix Group in Newbury, last month, for an MP visit. It was my first time supporting a parliamentary visit and for this particular meeting, the...
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Eight reasons to celebrate See Media’s eighth birthday
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When I left 1 Canada Square in March 2014 for the last time as editor of Inside Housing, I was doing more than stepping onto the Jubilee line away from Canary Wharf to whisk me home to South London. I...
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Crisis communications – See Media Masterclass
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Protecting your organisation’s reputation is a crucial part of any #housingcomms job. These 12 crisis communications cases studies will give you numerous insights and tips. Watch the webinar below and you will learn how to deal with real #ukhousing crisis...
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Crisis comms: from the mundane to the rather unexpected
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For some, dealing with a crisis comms incident is their worst nightmare and perhaps the part of their job they feel least prepared for. In the latest in our series of webinar masterclasses, we’ll be taking a look at the...
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Back to work: #housingcomms events list 2020
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So here we are in September – (partially) back to the office; kids back to school. At times it didn’t feel as if we’d ever make it to this point, but thankfully here we are. So, what now? Well, if...
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Six tips to harness LinkedIn for your communications
Six tips to harness LinkedIn for your communications
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Improving the use of your own communication channels is one of the biggest issues we have been working with clients on in the past couple of years. Whether it is your organisation’s website, social media or face-to-face events, these opportunities...
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Trust me, this is the most important word in #ukhousing in 2019
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Rebuilding trust is one of the most important tasks for #ukhousing in 2019 and beyond What is the most important issue in #ukhousing this year? Easy, right? Brexit. Over the next few months, yes. However, the most important issue for...
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