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(project completed in September 2011)

EuroBlog began as an empirical research project to investigate the impact of social media on PR practice and has subsequently brought together further surveys and provided a unifying the theme for the past four Euprera Spring Symposia. It is also the host for the EuroBlog Social Media Awards which ran for the first time in Ghent, 2010.

It was proposed that EuroBlog would continue to provide a framework for collaboration and the sharing of research initiatives that has continued through the Euprera Spring Symposium 2011.

Overall timeline

EuroBlog began on summer 2005 and the last event was organized in conjunction with the Euprera Spring Symposium 2011.


The most significant contribution of EuroBlog to date has been to act as a focus for practical and scholarly research, most notably expressed by papers presented at the symposia. Initiatives including the Social Media Awards, have helped to introduce early stage researchers into the Euprera academic network.

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