So we’re back, talking about art, culture and place on Teesside.Last year we met plenty of artists and lots of folk who love the arts plus many, many passionate people who want to connect around the culture of the place more generally.We’re … [Read more...] about Join us on Teesside and help get Tees noticed
More of a question for our Local Government followers than a blog post this one.Does your organisation block access to Eventbrite?The reason I'm asking this is because we are in the middle of running a series of events and we are using Eventbrite … [Read more...] about Local Government & Eventbrite
A guest post from John Popham about his Celebration 2.0 project which Talk About Local are delighted to be supporting.Technology should be fun. What do you use computers and smartphones for? Chatting to your friends on Facebook? Sharing photos with … [Read more...] about Are you celebrating your community?
We did a small Coveritlive web chat for local police to talk with the community through my hyperlocal site www.kingscrossenvironment.com . My local police in London’s Kings Cross approached me to see if they could use my website to reach a wider … [Read more...] about Live web chat with police through your hyperlocal site – hints and tips
< Part of Talk of the Town: the hyperlocal handbook for Facebook. Click here to go back to the ContentsThis is a clever way of building a community around Facebook's event platform I noticed being used by the very lovely Stoke DJ and all-round … [Read more...] about Facebook in action: creating communities around events
It's traditional that where the Royal Family leads, the world, or at least influential sections of it, follows. So the major use of social media at yesterday's Royal Wedding should be evidence, if it were needed, of the final acceptance of upstarts … [Read more...] about The 'Royal Wedding package' – social media as a local service