Reading this post this morning, on the important role that social media has played in social uprisings in Ukraine and Venezuela , made me think once again about the important opportunities which ar...
Leah Lockhart's insight:
Excellent insight from John Popham. Using social media to get your story out- 'It’s really not that hard, and I am getting increasingly frustrated about how many people are failing to realise this potential.' Amen, brother!
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