• Personal brand - use yourself


    Thanks to the ever-evolving dominance of media and social media platforms, we are undeniably currently in the age of the influencer. This means that becoming a face, an ambassador, a friend, a brand representative is easier than ever. Such a manoeuvre pays off for brands and creators alike. However, in order to be a worthy ambassador for a foreign brand, you first have to be the face of yourself! And that requires a bit of planning and strategy first.

  • Secure account - how to protect your social media.


    Many threats await Internet users. Private data left in almost any place on the network is a tasty morsel for cybercriminals. The most valuable are passwords to bank accounts, but also - passwords to e-mail or profiles on social networks. The latter are used to send dangerous and malicious spam. How to protect yourself from this?

  • Social media - how to make a name for yourself on social networks


    Social media has become an integral part of our lives. It is here that we make contact with new people and maintain relationships with those we have already met. We view and post photos of trips, important events. Brands are also present on social media. This is an effective channel to reach new audiences. However, the condition is to gather around the profile people interested in the published materials. But how do you do it? And is it possible to run a business these days without using social media?

  • What next ... how to rebuild a brand after a crisis?


    It is said that mistakes are made by everyone. Anyone can make a mistake, do something wrong. In the case of a company, a mistake can cost it its good image. Crises make customers turn away from a brand, lose trust in it and are less likely to use its services. Does this mean that one crisis equals the downfall of a company? Is there any way to rebuild a positive brand reputation and keep customers coming back?

  • Public relations - Your face and your image


    Public relations in a nutshell can be described as a way of managing the flow of information. The data goes to customers, the audience, just as in advertising. The message also goes to the local community and the organisation's employees. To get this information to the right group, you need public relations tools that are tailored to the recipient. This is because information will reach the company's team differently and customers differently.

  • Hater … a threat to the company


    Hating is a popular phenomenon online. It focuses on ordinary internet users, those who post pictures or posts on their social media. However, hater is not only a problem for internet users. It is also a threat to businesses. A person who writes malicious comments does not just offend people, but can also seriously jeopardise a brand's image. What exactly is hate directed at companies and how can you protect yourself against it?

  • Hater ... a danger to people


    Unkind comments online are not just unsympathetic opinions expressed by different people. Hate is a dangerous phenomenon. An increase in negative posts against one person can cause a lot of trouble. Some people do not take what others write online personally. However, there are some people with delicate characters and insecurities who are strongly influenced by hate. For this reason, it is a danger - this phenomenon can lead to problems.

  • A dangerous phenomenon - hating


    Hate is not just ordinary online comments. They are unfavourable, unkind, often rude and vulgar statements. They are intended to upset, annoy or upset the recipient. Many people are not bothered by such opinions. Others, however, take them personally. Hate speech is therefore a dangerous phenomenon. It can grow to enormous proportions and lead to problems, especially for more sensitive people. What exactly is hating and how can you recognise it?

  • Social media and hating


    Hate speech, negative comments... It's a common phenomenon online. Many people call them the expression of one's own opinion and opinion. However, the line between one and the other is often quite thin. Hate speech can be particularly intense on social media or in comments under articles on the internet. What are the characteristics of hating?