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  1. A new BBC social media strategy for England

    Monday 27 February 2012, 07:00

    When it comes to journalists enjoying a close relationship with listeners, viewers and readers, it's hard to beat local media.

    Tell a story well, or badly, and you'll soon hear direct from your audience - whether you're out walking the same patch tomorrow or just standing in the chip shop queue.

    So it...

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  2. The magic number?

    Monday 12 April 2010, 12:17

    Mention to a Twitter user that you're on Twitter too and one of the first questions you'll be asked is 'how many followers do you have?'

    It's human nature, I suppose.

    But lately social media commentators have been asking the question: what would happen if the follower number disappeared from Twitter...

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