A Kwick 5 Point Update

1. Twitter starts taking it logged out users seriously

Twitter has said in the past that is has as many as 500 million users who stop by to read tweets without signing in or registering.

Now, two new updates have been announced to tap into this audience.

Firstly, Twitter is rolling out an updated homepage that makes […]

What Creates a Winning PR Campaign?

Industry Talent, Success-Driving Vision and a Passion for Doing What’s Right Combine for a Winning Formula in 2015’s Communications Pro of the Year Kate Talbot
This first appeared on Bulldog reporter 08/01/16

Once in a blue moon, a PR professional comes along who has the potential to revitalise the whole industry, and this year’s 2015 Bulldog […]

A Kwick 5 Point Update

Get ready for Facebook’s ‘Like’ button to gain some emoji friends

 Facebook’s about to get a whole new suite of emotions, get ready to do more than just ‘like’ content.

In a matter of weeks reaction buttons will be come available, expect five emojis to represent ‘love’, ‘haha’, ‘sad’, ‘angry’ and ‘wow’.

A sociologist was enlisted […]

A Kwick 5 Point Update

Twitter opens flight school to all users

About a year and a half ago, Twitter launched Flight School, a training program for agencies. Now, Twitter has extended Flight School to all its users.

Flight School for Twitter is a training program so you can sharpen your Twitter skills and read best practices, case studies and […]

Huffpo Goes Younger

Getting your story placed on a high profile blog is a good thing, right?  Lot’s of eyeballs eyeing your clients story.  One of these high profile blogs, the Huffington Post, is eyeing new readers with it’s Patch network of hyperlocal sites, and a new venture aimed at teenagers.

This news dropped friday around lunch time […]