About this video
Grant Leboff, in conversation with David Taylor, Social media trainer and co-author of ‘The Business of Being Social’
This interview was recorded in 2013
Video length: 3:15
About David Taylor
David Taylor has over 20 years experience of the UK media scene garnered from a career in journalism, in-house media relations, public relations, marketing communications and social media consultancy. Unusually he has worked within both public and private sectors, in-house and agency, proactively and reactively as well as in crisis communications. Here he discusses aspects of his book, ‘The Business of Being Social’, which he co-authored with Michelle Carvill.
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