Creative CVs, we've all seen them. Especially since the pandemic started, I've noticed more and more posts on LinkedIn and Twitter of people attaching their CVs to denim jackets, creating games to show them off, and who can forget the time that somebody's application was allegedly sent via owl to Social Chain? Like a domino… Continue reading Can Creative CVs Do More Harm Than Good?
Well, as 2018 draws to an end - so does my first year (of many, hopefully) working in Public Relations. Having studied it to death since 2015, this year - shortly after graduating - I landed a full-time Digital PR Executive role at my agency, Tecmark. And what a bloody journey it's been. After starting… Continue reading 2018: my first year in Public Relations
After being a keen follower of the #PowerAndInfluence discussions, hosted by PR-superstar Ella Minty, for a while - I was so pleased when I was asked if I'd like to host one. Amongst some of the biggest names in the industry, it was a total honour to even be a part of these discussions, let alone a… Continue reading #PowerAndInfluence overview – PR and morals, where do you draw the line?
Public Relations, one could argue has been around since the dawn of time. Ever since humans have been able to talk they’ve been able to persuade. But, when did we begin to make a business out of it, and where is it headed? So, what is Public Relations? First things first, what is PR? Defined by the… Continue reading Public Relations – Where Did it Come From & Where is it Headed?
In another installment of #MyPRJob, I'm going to be talking about what skills you need. See I never really - truth be told - knew what would be expected of me in a PR career, nor did I know what kind of skills I'd need to make it in the industry. PR is a tangible… Continue reading #MyPRJob – What Skills do I Need?
Political views aside - as that's what I'm not here to talk about - whatever your opinions are on the current 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump are. I think one thing we can all agree on is that he is literally a PR's worst nightmare. But first off, lets talk about how… Continue reading Why Trump is a PR Nightmare
You've probably heard of the 'white creme egg' campaign thanks to Cadbury's, who have promised to give away thousands of pounds to those who find an exclusive white version of the Easter-favourite 'creme egg'. But in reality - did they really think it through? Keen shoppers desperate to find one of the white eggs have… Continue reading What Happens When You Don’t Think a Campaign Through?
It started as a Facebook page and now turns over £££s, has its own 'headquarters' in Manchester and employs 120 staff members in just 5 years of operation - so, just how did LadBible go from Facebook commonplace to a highly profitable business? They are the perfect example of how to home in on your… Continue reading LadBible – a Stellar Example of Business Growth Done Right
Spoken as a final year student myself, it is stressful, with graduation right round the corner and deadlines mounting left right and centre, it can seem impossible to upkeep your studies, social life, work and get enough sleep. But fear not, it can be done - all it takes is a little organisation. Here are… Continue reading Staying sane in your Final Year of University
You may or may not know (but I'm going to go with 'know' as I rarely stop talking about them) that I have completed a few PR Internships over the summer and have a few more on the way. They truly have been invaluable to me, and I would recommend to anybody studying PR that… Continue reading #MyPRJob – My Top Tips For Securing PR Internships