Go where your audience is

This post originally appeared on the European Union 2.0 blog, run by Tony Lockett. It is drawn from a workshop on “E-ambassadors: Engaging citizens in a digital world” at the Europcom conference on 18 October 2012 I had the pleasure of moderating a workshop on “E-ambassadors: Engaging citizens in a digital world” at EuropCom this week, the largest European […]

Lunchtime list for June 2nd

Here are the articles and web pages the Talk Issues team recommend today: Affluent communities cast wider social net – Research from Cornell University shows affluent communities tend to have residents who interact with a diverse group of people while people living in less-advantaged communities only talk within their own neighborhoods. THE REALITIES AND RELEVANCE […]