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50,000 @jrf_uk Twitter followers can’t be wrong

How did the Joseph Rowntree Foundation build their corporate Twitter account to reach 50,000 followers? Through tweeting links to the latest news and developments relevant to a specific subject; then splicing in their own messages, content and media coverage.

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Can think tanks move from ‘digital by design’ to ‘digital by default’?

The transcript of a talk given by Nick Scott on the place of digital in the future of think tank communications.

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To create or to disseminate, is that the question?

Participants at the WonkComms event in London - mainly on Twitter!

It usually only takes a few minutes listening to another think tank talk about their work before you are reminding yourself that although there are hundreds of organisations the world over that claim the think tank title, you’re highly unlikely to find two that are the same. We may have plenty in common but we are all trying to reach different people, in different circumstances, for different reasons.

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Three things I learned from our #wonkcomms event

The #wonkcomms event taught me three things: professional communicators know how to work Twitter; digital drives collaboration as well as strengthening competition; and multichannel communications works.

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