Category Archives: Communications tools

Youth social media – is Snapchat really just a way of escaping our parents on Facebook?

April 17, 2014

Snapchat has been all over the blogosphere recently, with headlines such as ‘Do you Snapchat? Your Child Does’ (which frankly, I think is a little ominous) and ‘5 Reasons Every Business Should be on Snapchat’.  Snapchat clearly has some serious comms … Continue reading

Happy 8th Birthday to our favourite social media platform – Twitter!

March 20, 2014

Dear Twitter, Happy birthday! 8! Doesn’t time fly?! Just to think, only a few years ago you were barely being taken seriously in business and now no one can miss you – after all, you make front page news more … Continue reading

Book Review: Likeable Social Media – How to Delight Your Customers, Create an Irresistible Brand and be Generally Amazing on Facebook (and other social networks)

February 27, 2014

Likeable Social Media was written by Dave Kerpen, the co-founder of one of the most successful social media organisations in America. Combine this with the fact that that he is the 25th most ‘followed’ person online in the world, and … Continue reading

#AskErin about doing an Industrial Placement year at Engage Comms!

February 18, 2014

Erin Lovett is doing BA (Hons) Philosophy & Management degree at the University of Leeds. She joined Engage Comms in October 2013 for a 12 month industrial placement – but we very much hope to keep her on throughout her … Continue reading

Brand communications 2014: Why we think this really is the year of the video case study

February 14, 2014

Case studies have long been used as both a B2B and B2C business development tool to tell memorable stories of what brands do using real life examples. In our old lives as PR people, we utilised case studies in media … Continue reading

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