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5 peth i wasanaethau cyhoeddus eu hystyried wrth ddefnyddio Periscope

Sut gall gwasanaethau cyhoeddus ddefnyddio Periscope? Yn y blog gwadd yma, mae Will Barker, Swyddog Cefnogi Prosiect (Cyfryngau Cymdeithasol a Digidol), 1000 o Fywydau a Mwy, yn edrych ar sut gallwn ni ddefnyddio’r ap. Ap ffrydio byw newydd yw Persicope sy’n gysylltiedig â Twitter. Dim ond ychydig dros fis oed yw’r ap ac eisoes mae wedi cael ei ddatgan fel un sy’n newid y gêm o ran y ffordd y mae cyfryngau cymdeithasol yn effeithio ar newyddion darlledu. Honnir mai hwn yw’r llwyfan mawr nesaf i ddod i’r amlwg ar… Read more 5 peth i wasanaethau cyhoeddus eu hystyried wrth ddefnyddio Periscope

Elect Social: your handy cut-and-paste social media purdah guidelines

This was originally posted by Dan Slee on his blog. We have reblogged this in order to share it further and make it available in the Welsh language, as it’s a really useful resource and a fantastic guide for Local Authorities in Wales. Gone are the press releases from politicians and in comes quotes from officers. Why? To ensure that the council cannot be accused of political bias in the run up to polling day. It’s been around for decades and local government comms teams have got a pretty good… Read more Elect Social: your handy cut-and-paste social media purdah guidelines

303 Seconds

The last Friday lunchtime in January saw a group of people at the Wales Audit Offices in Cardiff and try something they had never done before……  in 5 minutes tell everyone else in the room something interesting. That was about as far as the instructions went. The idea was loosely based upon the 300 Seconds structure. So what happened? Well, seven people did a turn and covered topics that were diverse, but all seemed to fit together and flow. The formats varied, there were slide presentations, drawing on a flip… Read more 303 Seconds

Social Scrutiny

What, you may ask, is Huw Lloyd Jones thinking about in writing a blog that focuses mainly on the use of social media? Surely someone who is beginning to catch glimpses of the paradise of retirement through the mist must have something better to do with his time? You may be right! I’ve been a Linked-In user for a while but I confess that, until recently, I’ve used it as an older person’s equivalent of an autograph book. My attempts to open a Facebook account were met, within seconds, by… Read more Social Scrutiny

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