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How to be a good Tweeter

What makes a good Tweet? There’s no single answer to this question of course. A good Tweet is like a good book or a good

Why I Tweet

Raising your profile: Probation Wednesday (3)

Your Twitter profile is perhaps the single most important component of your tweeting presence. Your Twitter name helps identify you. Your profile picture establishes your

Digital Engagement

It’s Payback time

For most organisations, websites are their shop window – the face they show to the world. Most of us now, when we need to find

Digital Engagement

Ever thought of becoming a curation officer?

The first episode of the BBC’s new drama about the probation service, Public Enemies, airs tonight. Last week I blogged about how this rare prime time

Finally Friday

Putting Facebook on probation

This Blog has covered the use of Facebook in the criminal justice system on several occasions and has also questioned why the probation service doesn’t

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