On the 24th April 2015 the Apple Watch will launch. The big question: could a smart watch replace the Citizen watch on my wrist?
I’ve always been hesitant about the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) Continuous Professional Development (CPD) programme. I work in PR. I studied PR. Why is CPD important?
The CIPR outlines a number of areas for the next government, including the importance of PR and public affairs, gender equality and Internet governance.
Google has just released Cohort analysis as an option on the Google Analytics dashboard.
There has been so much going on this year I almost forgot to mention (or boast about!) how I managed to complete the Marsden March last weekend.
It’s only one month until I take part in the Marsden March, an annual charity walk that takes place between The Royal Marsden’s Chelsea and Sutton hospitals.
In the screen capture video below I show you how you can scrape data from a blog and then present this data as a beautiful word cloud using Tagul.
- University of Gloucestershire2012
- Richard Challoner Technology College
- St Dunstan's Primary School
Michael is a consultant at Keene Communications, a business that has been providing Public Affairs, Public Relations (PR) and Representation services for over 25 years. He devises and executes digital and social marketing campaigns, using the latest technology available, providing measurable results. He is a certified member (MCIPR) of the Chartered Institution of Public Relations (CIPR).
He completed an internship at Microsoft UK and obtained a first class honours degree in PR from the University of Gloucestershire in 2012.
His proficiency in digital communication has led him to be involved in debates on BBC Radio Five Live, BBC Radio Ulster and BBC Radio Gloucestershire. As well as a keen opinion leader on online matters he had been a radio presenter (Tone Radio, Jazz FM and Wychwood FM), Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) Student Rep Runner-Up 2009-2010 and regularly covers industry topics on his blog.
Over the last few years Michael has been working closely with a number of Open Source programming communities and social media services, to create new tools and methodologies to supercharge the PR industry firmly into the 21st Century. He is a confident online programmer.
Everything on this blog represents Michael’s own personal views and does not relate to any organisation of which I have a business or professional relationship with, unless stated otherwise.
- Keene CommunicationsConsultant, 2013 - present
- MicrosoftAccount Manager, 2010 - 2011
- Red ConsultancyAssistant Account Executive, 2012 - 2012