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Surrey County Council wins Ragan Comm’s 2013 Best Employee Newsletter award

I am delighted to announce that our customer Surrey County Council’s Comms team has won “Best Newsletter (Electronic)” in Ragan’s 2013 Employee Communications Awards. Surrey County Council’s CSF employee newsletter is a powerful example of using employee data and targeted content to reduce clutter in the inbox and increase engagement by sending timely, targeted and

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Heartbleed Bug update for Internal Communication customers

You may have read in the news about a recent security issue called the “Heartbleed Bug”. Since it impacts internet based services, I thought I’d do a quick blog update to let you know how our security team responded here at Newsweaver. First of all – what is the “Heartbleed Bug”? The Heartbleed Bug is

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How Internal Communication can help their organization improve the use of email

There is an urgent need for organizations to overhaul the way email is used internally. Internal Communication can play an essential role in helping their organization make better use of the email communication channel. The two areas that internal communicators can address, influence and impact the increased effectiveness of this channel: Create internal business best

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Ragan Corporate Communications Conference

I have written up my main takeaway, and I will be sharing some of the ideas and insights that stood out for me at the conference around what makes great Internal Communications. PR and business social expert Steve Crescenzo presented some great ideas about how to use Web 2.0 tools in your communications without scaring

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Your power tool – email employee newsletters

In my April 16th free webinar I’m going to ignite your enthusiasm for an internal communication tool that is most likely already a part of your communication tactics. In our recent survey over 75% of communicators said they “always use” email to send employee newsletters. However, from my conversations on the ground, it’s clear that

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