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How to use social media to boost your public relations results

How to use social media to boost your public relations results

If your organisation's approach to public relations begins and ends with media releases, you're not reaching your PR potential. Integrating ...
Social license: industry can’t bank its reputation

Social license: industry can’t bank its reputation

If industry wants better policy outcomes, it must take responsibility for its reputational issues and move genuinely to address them.
Labor ahead in Pearce

Labor ahead in Pearce

A exclusive Campaign Capital poll has found Labor ahead in Western Australia’s battleground seat of Pearce.
Successful Conversations Series: Part 2 – Exploring and Understanding the Person

Successful Conversations Series: Part 2 – Exploring and Understanding the Person

To effectively communicate with someone, you first need to understand where they are coming from.
Education top priority for new Kingsley MLA Jessica Stojkovska

Education top priority for new Kingsley MLA Jessica Stojkovska

Having grown up in the northern suburbs, Mrs Stojkovska is aware of the issues facing families.
Murray-Wellington MLA Robyn Clarke focused on regional jobs

Murray-Wellington MLA Robyn Clarke focused on regional jobs

As the new Murray-Wellington MLA, Robyn Clarke’s first priority will be job creation through developing existing and new industries.
Bicton MLA Lisa O'Malley looks to put the community first

Bicton MLA Lisa O'Malley looks to put the community first

As the new Bicton MLA, the voice of the community will continue to be a platform Lisa O’Malley will use to guide her in her new role.
Local business owner Kevin Michel ready to get the Pilbara back to work

Local business owner Kevin Michel ready to get the Pilbara back to work

Through his links to the business community, Mr Michel became keenly aware of the Liberal-National's lack of foresight in the region.
Decorated police officer Mark Folkard ready for new challenges as Burns Beach MLA

Decorated police officer Mark Folkard ready for new challenges as Burns Beach MLA

Mr Folkard said he had seen the consequences of rising unemployment on WA communities and will advocate to expedite government projects.
Award winning educator Matthew Hughes ready to start term as new Kalamunda MLA

Award winning educator Matthew Hughes ready to start term as new Kalamunda MLA

Mr Hughes is familiar with the issues facing the eastern metropolitan region and appreciates the diverse communities in the electorate.
Ratings even out in the second radio survey of the year

Ratings even out in the second radio survey of the year

While the first radio ratings survey of the year revealed some wild gains and losses, Survey 2 has seen things even out.
New MLA Simon Millman ready to work for the people of Mt Lawley

New MLA Simon Millman ready to work for the people of Mt Lawley

Mr Millman’s first priority as politician is to bring local businesses together to discuss WA Labor’s Plan for Jobs.
Successful Conversations Series: Part 1 – Introduction

Successful Conversations Series: Part 1 – Introduction

The conversation introduction sets the tone for the entire conversation and can make up for and withstand awkward interactions later.
Local Boy David Michael, is Balcatta’s New Labor MLA

Local Boy David Michael, is Balcatta’s New Labor MLA

Passionate about his community, Mr Michael has been a life-long local and has served as a councillor with the City of Stirling.
Introducing Barry Urban, Labor’s new member for Darling Range

Introducing Barry Urban, Labor’s new member for Darling Range

As a police officer for 24 years, law and order issues feature highly on Mr Urban’s list of priorities.
New Labor MLA Reece Whitby, ready to represent the people of Baldivis

New Labor MLA Reece Whitby, ready to represent the people of Baldivis

Mr Whitby says one of his first priorities is to work with Mark McGowan on creating jobs.
Long time local Sabine Winton, Labor’s new member for Wanneroo

Long time local Sabine Winton, Labor’s new member for Wanneroo

Mrs Winton says she will work from day one to implement Labor’s Plan for Jobs and advocate for local projects that create local jobs.
Why key messages are important in an interview and how to deliver them

Why key messages are important in an interview and how to deliver them

While key messages are essential in getting your point across, sticking to them absolutely does not make for a good interview.
Welcome Don Punch, Labor's New Member for Bunbury

Welcome Don Punch, Labor's New Member for Bunbury

Mr Punch is well-placed to get results, with a strong background in government and knowledge of the region honed over 18 years at the SWDC.
First impressions count: tips for writing email subject lines that work

First impressions count: tips for writing email subject lines that work

Putting a little forethought into the subject line of your email can dramatically increase your open rate and ensure your message is read.
Perth's new Labor MLA, John Carey, needs no introduction

Perth's new Labor MLA, John Carey, needs no introduction

Former City of Vincent Mayor John Carey says his first priority as new Perth MP will be to advocate for small business.
Community leader, Cassie Rowe is Belmont's New Labor MLA

Community leader, Cassie Rowe is Belmont's New Labor MLA

As the new Belmont MP, mother-of-two Cassie Rowe brings solid business acumen to WA Labor's ranks.
Meet Yaz Mubarakai, Labor's new Member for Jandakot

Meet Yaz Mubarakai, Labor's new Member for Jandakot

As the owner of several businesses, new Jandakot MP Yaz Mubarakai understands the needs of small business. Learn more about Yaz here.
New McGowan Ministry announced

New McGowan Ministry announced

Premier-elect Mark McGowan announces portfolios for 17 Ministers and seven Parliamentary Secretaries. Download our WA Labor guide here.
Introducing Jessica Shaw, Labor's new Member for Swan Hills

Introducing Jessica Shaw, Labor's new Member for Swan Hills

New Swan Hills MLA Jessica Shaw becomes the first local person to represent the electorate in decades.
Winners and losers in the first radio ratings survey of the year

Winners and losers in the first radio ratings survey of the year

The first radio ratings survey of the year is out, and it’s a volatile one, with some big gains and losses.
Meet WA Labor's new MP's

Meet WA Labor's new MP's

Western Australia’s 2017 State Election delivered an historical result. Read our profiles of WA Labor's record number of new MP's here.
Back to the future: why email still works

Back to the future: why email still works

If you’re not taking email seriously, you’re missing out on a range of benefits that email still holds over other digital platforms.
Why your company may need a media protocol

Why your company may need a media protocol

Having a media protocol in place ensures your company receives positive outcomes when engaging with the media.
Why your company might need a media relations specialist

Why your company might need a media relations specialist

Companies are at risk of finding out that not all publicity is good publicity if they don’t have a media relations expert in their corner.
It’s 2017. You should know how to use hashtags

It’s 2017. You should know how to use hashtags

Once you know how to use hashtags, you’ll understand why they’re so handy for marketing and communications.
More changes in the Perth radio world

More changes in the Perth radio world

There’s been plenty of changes in Perth radio, but it seems to have all fallen into place for the start of the year.
How to build your Twitter audience

How to build your Twitter audience

Read our latest social blog for easy tips on how to build and engage your audience on Twitter.
Using goals to incentivise behaviour

Using goals to incentivise behaviour

When creating organisation goals, it’s important to ensure you’re incentivising the correct behaviour or actions.
Should we (still) be on Twitter?

Should we (still) be on Twitter?

Most organisations can benefit from what Twitter offers but it’s important to understand who’s on it and what it can be used for.
Early Christmas present for 720 ABC as it reclaims top breakfast rating

Early Christmas present for 720 ABC as it reclaims top breakfast rating

The big winner in the eighth ratings survey was 720 ABC with Peter Bell reclaiming top spot in the hotly contested breakfast slot.
Five common training problems and how to address them

Five common training problems and how to address them

The most common training problems you may encounter can be overcome by staying calm and taking control of the situation.
Is fracking the ‘old growth forests issue' of the 2017 election?

Is fracking the ‘old growth forests issue' of the 2017 election?

An exclusive poll in marginal Perth electorates has found strong opposition to fracking among supporters of all political parties.
Gender and diversity in the community service sector

Gender and diversity in the community service sector

A breakdown of the composition of the Community services sector workforce makes for interesting reading.
Labor ahead in key marginals, despite One Nation vote

Labor ahead in key marginals, despite One Nation vote

Results of an exclusive new Campaign Capital poll suggests the Liberals have a big task ahead to hold off Labor in the state election.
When is the best time to post on social media?

When is the best time to post on social media?

Putting in the effort into your content scheduling can pay big dividends for your organisation’s social media performance.
Why you shouldn’t believe everything you read online

Why you shouldn’t believe everything you read online

The popularity of social media news has seen the rise of false and deliberately misleading and malicious stories.
Could Southern River break WA’s electoral pendulum?

Could Southern River break WA’s electoral pendulum?

Rapid population growth, big demographic shifts and a strong candidate make Southern River highly prospective for WA Labor.
Hard numbers vs. soft numbers in campaign reporting

Hard numbers vs. soft numbers in campaign reporting

Understanding the difference between hard and soft numbers is valuable when developing campaign reporting systems and processes.
Health services in the community sector

Health services in the community sector

The WA health system is made up of a mix of services provided by the Australian and State Governments and private healthcare providers.
What’s new in social media?

What’s new in social media?

The war between Facebook and Twitter’s video offerings is heating up with features centred around their broadcasting services.
Latest radio ratings: double act for 94.5 and 92.9

Latest radio ratings: double act for 94.5 and 92.9

Southern Cross Austereo cements its domination of the Perth radio market in the latest ratings.
Modern campaigning is a digitally integrated campaign

Modern campaigning is a digitally integrated campaign

If you’re running a modern field campaign, it should be digitally integrated with the database and other online systems.
Media training and why you need it

Media training and why you need it

Tailored media training provides participants with the tools to maximise positive publicity and minimise the negative.
Why your organisation can’t afford to ignore LinkedIn anymore

Why your organisation can’t afford to ignore LinkedIn anymore

LinkedIn has become a major player in the digital realm and there are several reasons why your organisation can’t afford to ignore it.
Aged care – an understated community asset

Aged care – an understated community asset

Rather than being front-of-mind on the national agenda over the last few years, aged care seems to be slipping down the national agenda.
Better recruitment starts with better measurement

Better recruitment starts with better measurement

Defining, measuring and refining processes can increase your understanding of the reasons people are joining your organisation.
Labor on track in Swan Hills

Labor on track in Swan Hills

Boundary changes and a series of broken public transport promises make this seat a tough ask for the Liberals.
Perth radio musical chairs

Perth radio musical chairs

A game of musical chairs seems to be happening in Perth radio, with retirements, comebacks and station-swapping all thrown into the mix.
How to make the most of Facebook Live to build your social audience

How to make the most of Facebook Live to build your social audience

Live video is one of Facebook’s top priorities. Here’s how you can take advantage of this for your organisation.
Are we seeing the Community Services evolution that needed to happen?

Are we seeing the Community Services evolution that needed to happen?

Ongoing change within the not-for-profit sector affects more people than you might think, due to the size of the sector in WA.
Three essentials for building a strong community

Three essentials for building a strong community

A feeling of higher purpose, sense of belonging and fun are key attributes of a strong, vibrant community.
Big changes in latest Perth radio ratings survey

Big changes in latest Perth radio ratings survey

The big winner in the sixth ratings survey for 2016 was Mix 94.5, with the ABC losing ground. Read all about it in our latest blog.
Will Mount Lawley be the state election’s bellwether seat?

Will Mount Lawley be the state election’s bellwether seat?

Campaign Capital puts the electorate of Mount Lawley under the microscope, with the seat shaping up as a must-win for the Liberals.

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