Coronavirus: How To Market During A Pandemic

The whole world is swimming in unchartered waters right now, this pandemic is unlike anything any of us have ever really seen before. Following a nationwide broadcast from Boris Johnson last night, the country is officially in lockdown, meaning many businesses have been forced to shut up shop indefinitely. Amidst a plethora of smaller businesses,… Continue reading Coronavirus: How To Market During A Pandemic

Campaigns, Student/PR

From Tumbleweeds To Twitter Fame

Never has a story better demonstrated the sheer power of social media than that of Petersfield bookshop. A story I've had the pleasure of following right from the beginning, and one that I've really enjoyed watching blossom into what it is today. It started like this. From Tumbleweeds... "...Tumbleweed... Not a single book sold today...… Continue reading From Tumbleweeds To Twitter Fame

Thomas Cook collapse
Opinion, Student/PR

Thomas Cook Collapse: Compassion From Brands Or Easy PR?

Here's a tough question, but one I wanted to ask (because I love a tricky ask): in wake of Thomas Cook's collapse, there has been an abundance of brands offering the 20,000+ who've lost their jobs positions within their establishments. Some competitors, some not so much. But is this genuine compassion from the organisations, or just an easy shot at PR? 

IKEA living rooms
Campaigns, Student/PR

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

High Street 2019

The High Street Isn’t Dead, It’s Just In Metamorphosis

As more and more businesses announce administration, there seems to be an air of failure that the high street just can't seem to shake these past few years. Many big players including Toys R Us, Poundworld, Mothercare, Office, Maplin and more have shut up shop recently, and there are a whole host of reasons the… Continue reading The High Street Isn’t Dead, It’s Just In Metamorphosis

#CommsSchool Homework - My Writing Habits

#CommsSchool Homework – My Writing Habits

This fortnight's #CommsSchool homework is to share your blogging habits with the community. As well addressed by Stephen and Marcel in their Webinar on Tuesday, it's vital to keep on writing, and to populate your blog regularly. Otherwise, what's the point? But, how do you find the time to work a full-time job, go to… Continue reading #CommsSchool Homework – My Writing Habits

Georgia Harrison Instagram V24 Gummies
Opinion, Student/PR

Influence And Ethics – Where Do We Draw The Line?

Influencer marketing is very closely tied in with PR. And don't get me wrong, it can be an extremely valuable tool - if it's done right. Unfortunately, however, with the market becoming saturated, and with more and more individuals seeing influencer marketing as a method of making a quick book - the practice is now experiencing its… Continue reading Influence And Ethics – Where Do We Draw The Line?


#InternationalWomensDay – with Anne Boden

It's #InternationalWomensDay and you can expect a few posts from me today. Last year, I celebrated my top 5 women PR inspirations and this year, you can expect the same. However, something I also wanted to do today was to dedicate a single post to a woman that unknowingly inspires me every single day. We… Continue reading #InternationalWomensDay – with Anne Boden


6 PR Blunders You DON’T Want To Make

Publicity is vital in business success, end of. However, that doesn’t mean that all publicity is good for your company. I've just picked up Rich Leigh's books 'Myths Of PR' and under the title on the book, it's followed underneath with 'all publicity is good publicity and other popular misconceptions' and seeing as Rich is… Continue reading 6 PR Blunders You DON’T Want To Make

Name a cockroach after your ex

Creative campaigns #6 – name a COCKROACH after your ex

You can now name a cockroach after your ex. Yep, you heard that right. And though it sounds bizarre, I'm pretty sure everyone has a name in mind, right? Well, that's why this campaign - headed up by Hemsley Conservation Centre - is genius. Because it's so simple yet so effective, so relatable yet so… Continue reading Creative campaigns #6 – name a COCKROACH after your ex