The CIPR Social Media Panel (#CIPRSM) played a significant role into the development of Institute's policy guidance, education, and training, with regard to role of digital and social media in public relations between 2010 and 2015.
During its active years, #CIPRSM delivered publications, guidance and sector-leading events.
#CIPRSM hack days were an action-orientated, disruptive-debating, content-creating digital director for CIPR members and non-members alike. Led by the Panel, hack days were innovative, creative sessions in which debate around the room is captured in real-time, turned into content and shared with CIPR members and the wider public relations community.
- View Hack day #1 round-up – Paid-for social media
- View Hack day #2 round-up – Social storytelling
- View Hack day #3 round-up - Social media and crisis communications
Latest news, views and publications
- Social Media and the Law (July 2015)
- Social Storytelling guide (May 2015)
- #CIPRSM responds to Lords' report on Digital Skills (February 2015)
- #CIPRSM reveals new working model for 2015 (February 2015)
- Recommended guidance for the use of Twitter by politicians (December 2014)
- Mobile and PR (November 2014)
- Google Analytics (September 2014)
- AMEC's Social Media Measurement Framework (June 2014)
- Share This: The Social Media Handbook for PR Professionals
- Share This Too
- Social Media Best Practice Guidance
- Guide to Social Media Monitoring
- Wikipedia and Public Relations Best Practice Guidance