Blog ‘Decrypting EU Communications’
Website and Social Media:
EU institutions, Website & Social Media
The blog, which began in 2007, aims to increase understanding of projects and initiatives related to European Union communications. The blog is ran by an anonymous ‘blogger’ who is a communications consultant working on a Masters in Public and Corporate Communications.
& RDP Region(s)
The rationale behind the blog is to independently analyse and initiate debate on issues related to EU communications e.g. the democratic deficit, the EU and social media, European elections, EU communications campaigns etc.
Rural Development Stakeholders:
The blog is based on the CMS WordPress.
up to €4 999
Anonymous blogger - linked to...
Distribution & Promotion
The blog is promoted on Twitter with the account @lacomeuropeenne (almost 2 200 followers at the moment).
Assessment of effectiveness
There have been more than 900 blogposts since its launch in 2007. In 2012, the blog had 22 500 unique visitors.
Name of organisation
Blogger working independently