The Google versus PR post

Reading Time: 2 minutes I was talking to colleagues during the week and thought it would be timely answer the question, what does Google moving search click-throughs on to HTTPS mean for PR people? We have less data to use as part of a scientific approach to developing messaging. For non-mainland Chinese audiences we are reliant on Google advertising… Continue reading The Google versus PR post

Links of the day | 在网上找到

Reading Time: 2 minutes US websites should inform EU citizens about NSA surveillance, says report – tear up the data safe harbor agreements, foster European cloud services… Google buys more buildings in Silicon Valley – SiliconValley.com – enough space for 12-14,000 more people. That’s basically more staff than Yahoo! probably has worldwide Poor-Man’s Speed: Coming of Age in Wigan’s… Continue reading Links of the day | 在网上找到

Eight trends for the future: digital interruption

Reading Time: 4 minutes This is the first in a number of posts that are designed to expand upon a post I published in May about eight trends for the future. They appear in the order in which I bite them off, chew them around and verbally masticate as posts on the blog. I started thinking about the civil… Continue reading Eight trends for the future: digital interruption