Category Archives: Guidelines

Protecting Your Online Reputation

our reputations are the most important possession that we have, we should write every post as though our mothers were watching over our shoulders. Remember, never put in writing anything that you wouldn’t say to someone face to face! Continue reading

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15 Website Good Practice Principles

15 website development good practice principles. Continue reading

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Social Media Guidelines for Civil Servants

The Civil Service have published a set of guidelines for on-line participation by civil servants (blogging etc.). As Whitehall Webby Jeremy Gould notes, this is a much slimmed-down version of a weightier tome that has been in production behind the … Continue reading

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A guide to social media for organisations

A number of other bloggers have already picked up on this, including David Wilcox, but worth another mention here. Colin McKay, who works for the Canadian government has produced a handy little guide offering some tips on how to get … Continue reading

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100 Banned Words – again!

For anyone who may have missed my earlier blog – published 12 December 2007 – about the Local Government Association’s publication of 100 words that public bodies should not use if they want to communicate effectively with citizens – well, … Continue reading

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100 Banned Words

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Responsibilities and Guidelines for Communities of Practice.

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