Petr Pluháček

Petr Pluháček

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12 kroků k úspěšné strategii komunikace na sociálních sítích

Social Media Strategy starts with goal definition - WRONG. There are three key steps before that - they make all the difference. This 12 step Social Media Strategy framework is proven over 6 years of large account social media strategy development.

On the night of 20–21 August 1968, the Soviet Union and her main allies in the Warsaw Pact – Bulgaria, the German Democratic Republic, Hungary and Poland – invaded the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic in order to halt Alexander Dubček's Prague Spring political liberalisation reforms.[2]    In the operation, codenamed Danube, varying estimates of between 175,000 and 500,000 troops[3] attacked Czechoslovakia; approximately 500 Czechs and Slovaks were wounded and 108 killed in the invasion.

1968 Soviet Invasion of Czechoslovakia Czechoslovaks carry their national flag past a burning tank in Prague

A street map made up of over 900 film titles including cinema classics such as Lost Highway, On the Waterfront, Jurassic Park, Reservoir Dogs, Carlito's Way, Nightmare on Elm Street, Valley of the Dolls and Chinatown.

Dorothy / Film map / A street map made up of over 900 film titles including cinema classics such as Lost Highway, On the Waterfront, Jurassic Park, Reservoir Dog.

Red Dwarf - One Of The Best Comedy Series Of All Time

The official website of Red Dwarf, the cult science-fiction comedy show

Marx & Spencer

Marx & Spencer

Milada Horakova was put to death at age 49 by hanging in Panrac Prison, Prague on June 27, 1950. Of the 248 persons executed for political reasons in Communist Czechoslovakia during the Cold War, she was the only woman executed. She is a national heroine in the Czech Republic, and June 27th  is the official day of “Commemoration for the Victims of the Communist Regime.”

Meet Milada Horakova - the only woman executed for political reasons in Communist Czechoslovakia during the Cold War.

'Human snake' of 600 hobby climbers on ascent without any respect to Mount Everest or their lifes.

I had a strong feeling some of them would not come back:’ Fury of the man who photographed Everest ‘traffic jam’ as it emerges one climber even took his BIKE up mountain