Are you a recent graduate looking for a PR job in London? The PR agency where I work is holding a Graduate Assessment Day! With the view of hiring at least a […]
It was an amazing day! I’m so glad that our hard work has paid off and that the event went without a glitch. Phil and I have been helping Sally Whittle plan the event for months. There have been some last minute changes but I must say (…and I really hope that the 100+ bloggers who attended will agree with me on this one) it was a BlogCamp to remember.
This video produced by GasPedal caught my eye today. Presented by Virginia Miracle, this class offer seriously relevant tips on how to build relationships with different types of bloggers and […]
Angry bride changes name to 'I Hate Thomas Cook' | Metro.co.uk An example of a very bad PR for Thomas Cook. The lady must really hate them.
The closing date is 11 June 2010 … But enter now if you really want it! “Big Thinkers Wanted at Big Yellow” – Big Yellow Self Storage is looking for […]
So, Twitter launched the advertising platform this week. Companies like Starbucks and Virgin have signed up for the service straights away. I noticed these three today: I find it quite […]
Journalists and Bloggers have been complaining about being spammed by irrelevant and often unsolicited PR communication for ages. This bad practice is as old as Public Relations itself. The nature […]
I’ve started getting into the issue of PR Spam and I must say that I‘ve reached the point, when I just hate to call it this way, It is because […]
If this question was asked 5 years ago, marketers would go: “Maybe Social Media is important but we will wait and see what our competitors come up with first.” It […]
Background on the Issue The Internet is affecting Public Relations in both positive and negative way. PR professionals (PROs) can research, communicate, listen, monitor and engage with their key stakeholders […]