Scope stops off in South Belfast to examine politicians on social media and stumbles across the politician who out-tweets Obama.
The Shakespearean horror of one MLA's destruction through salvation dominates our latest social media overview, as Scope turns to the greater Lisburn area (no doubt a big influence on the bard).
Scope visits East Belfast soon to be the scene of a ferocious General Election contest to check out its MLAs online activity.
After gritty North Belfast, our Twitter tour sees us seeking out the MLAs of the idyllic countryside of Fermanagh and South Tyrone whose steeples are far from dreary.
Organisations no longer see social media as an optional extra, it's now and integral part of any communications strategy. This guide will give you a few tips to get started.
The ROCOP programme recently held training on how to create a key message for their Big Lottery, Reaching Out: Connecting Older People project,
The chairs were barely stacked away after last year's successful Tweetup before people started asking when we could have another one, so on 10 April, over seventy people gathered at NICVA to share their experiences and advice on using social media.