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work experience at see media
Work experience: Dipping into the world of housing comms
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My name is Elise Middleton and I’m currently in my third year at the University of Worcester, studying journalism.  The PR industry has always interested me and while we’ve touched on it in my course, we’ve never really gone into...
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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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five lessons to learn from podcasts
Podcasts: Five lessons housing providers can learn from existing series’
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When it comes to podcasting, many organisations are still unsure how or where to begin with conceptualising their own series.  With more than 19.1 million podcast listeners just in the UK, there’s definitely appetite for the medium and there are...
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hard-to-reach | Housing communications
Reaching the not so hard-to-reach
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Just because something is difficult, it doesn’t mean it’s not worth doing. But for a long time, labelling groups as “hard-to-reach” has shifted responsibility away from the organisations and comms teams who should have been doing more to engage with...
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Crisis communications case studies 2021 – 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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#housingcomms content ideas in 2021
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In September I wrote about #housingcomms content ideas for external comms, as we all got back to work after summer and the schools went back. Unfortunately things didn’t quite go to plan back then on the pandemic as it kicked...
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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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2021 housing comms trends
Housing comms trends to look forward to in 2021
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The COVID-19 news stories aren’t going anywhere until COVID does, and many housing comms professionals are concerned that media outlets are only interested in stories that relate to the virus.    Here at See Media, we believe there's actually plenty of proactive comms...
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Christmas Jumper Day
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As we approach the end of the year, we've been thinking about what we can do to help spread the holiday cheer. Last year instead of sending out traditional Christmas cards, we shared with our #ukhousing colleagues an e-card.  And...
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Importance of filling the crisis communications vacuum
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Over the weekend the inevitable happened and a child at the school my children go to tested positive for COVID-19. What followed was the start of a classic crisis communications vacuum that needed a swift and decisive response. Initial reports...
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