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Teach PR First, Link Building Second

Link building is a lucrative practice, very few master it. But to SEO, it's invaluable. Google still values earned links as one of the top-ranking factors, thus proving their fundamental value to any good search campaign. The issue is though, as mentioned just then, is that very few seem to properly get the hang of… Continue reading Teach PR First, Link Building Second

viral PR campaigns
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What’s The Value In PR ‘Virality’?

If you work in media relations, or more specifically, link building from PR (like I do!) then the thought of a viral PR campaign is ultimately dreamy. Often, if you have a good enough idea, then a media campaign will see what I like to call the 'snowball' effect. That's where you sell your idea… Continue reading What’s The Value In PR ‘Virality’?

Influencer outreach backfiring
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What Happens When Your Influencer Outreach Backfires? Em Clarkson STICKS IT To Bootea

It seems like we spend a lot of time talking about the benefits of not only a solid Influencer outreach campaign, but also the 'virality' it can achieve if all goes well. Certain Influencers have the ability to really make something catch like wildfire (much like Fyre fest, until it metaphorically burned out) and this… Continue reading What Happens When Your Influencer Outreach Backfires? Em Clarkson STICKS IT To Bootea

Wowcher £99 mystery holiday PR campaign
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Creative Campaigns #15 – Wowcher’s Mystery Holiday Packages

A short while ago, I got caught hook, line and sinker by a stunning PR campaign. I noticed an article on the LadBible, of which the headline read: 'You Can Jet Off To A Mystery Holiday Destination For Just £99'. The byline confirmed that destinations included the likes of: Thailand, Rome, New York, Dubai, Bali,… Continue reading Creative Campaigns #15 – Wowcher’s Mystery Holiday Packages

Ben & Jerry's CBD ice cream - PR stunt?
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Creative Campaigns #14 – Ben & Jerrys’ ‘CBD Ice Cream’

Usually, pulling off a 'PR gag' takes a great deal of effort. From the ideation stage right through to the actual execution - there's a lot of effort that goes into generating that publicity. However, it's not always the work that goes into a campaign, but rather the imagination and of course - the creativity behind it. And… Continue reading Creative Campaigns #14 – Ben & Jerrys’ ‘CBD Ice Cream’

IKEA living rooms
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Creative Campaigns #13 – IKEA Recreate Our Best-Loved Living Rooms

Because this week is supposed a week of brilliant comms efforts, flourishing in creativity - I have a second creative comms post today. This one involves a 'blast from the past', as IKEA show you how to design your living room in the style of some of your best-loved TV shows. Already equipped with a dedicated landing… Continue reading Creative Campaigns #13 – IKEA Recreate Our Best-Loved Living Rooms

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Creative Campaigns #12 – Plenish ‘Milk’ The EU Elections

My 12th spotlight 'creative campaign' of the year may be a controversial one. Because, in all honesty, I didn't originally intend for this blog post to be a creative campaign centred on. Instead, I wanted to discuss current affairs and whether jumping on a contentious political trend was dirty, or clever PR. But, as I… Continue reading Creative Campaigns #12 – Plenish ‘Milk’ The EU Elections

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Has The Influencer Marketing Bubble Burst?

What are influencers if not influential? The term 'influencer marketing' was coined to describe the art of promoting products through a person of interest on social media. It started with the 'big names' such as Kylie Jenner, Kim Kardashian etc. and has since funnelled down into what are known as 'micro-influencers', who are smaller names… Continue reading Has The Influencer Marketing Bubble Burst?