You might have read that title thinking: “Busy social media manager? Surely there’s no need for the adjective. Social media managers are inherently busy.” And you’d be right, managing social is a continual loop of checking, drafting, re-writing, publishing, checking, replying and analysing.
It’s just two days until the Kent Digital Awards, a new award ceremony celebrating digital innovation and progressive thinking by businesses across the county. mhs homes entered two categories in the awards: ‘responsive website’ and ‘best use of social media for business’. We are lucky to be shortlisted in the social media category, up against … Continue reading Kent Digital Awards 2015
Working in communications means I’m always juggling lots of campaigns, projects and events as well as a stream of website and social media updates. I love discovering products that make my job easier and then sharing them with others, so here’s my first post in a series about awesome time saving tools. Trello is a … Continue reading Tools to make your job easier: Trello
This blog was originally posted on the Homes for Britain website on 8 April 2015. Twenty five years ago, almost one third of first time home buyers were aged under 25. Today, 16% of first time buyers are under 25.
Last week at the Homes for Britain rally I joined more than 2000 people who believe in the importance of affordable housing.
#HousingDay – a tweetathon by housing associations thought up by communications bod Adrian Capon – was designed to spread the word about all the good work that happens in the UK’s social housing sector as part of the Homes for Britain campaign.