Kanye West - ever famous for being somewhat outspoken and never shy - has recently sparked up yet another conversation. This time, it's with the question: what would happen if our lives weren't so defined by numbers? In a world that's becoming slightly Black Mirror-esque, social popularity is becoming more and more important. So much to the point that not only has social media become a big part of our lifestyle, but also in our careers. Which i'm not saying is a bad thing by the way, part of my job includes social media management - and I love being able to use platforms to make a difference. The way that it should be used.
Disclaimer: there isn't an actual job opening to save Roxanne Pallet's reputation. That was simply me, trying to be clever. Sorry if you came here seeking a PR job. Is there a PR in the country, no, the world who can save Roxanne Pallett? I'm not sure. After hearing the cringe-worthy statement this morning from 'Roxy'… Continue reading Job opening: PR person needed to save Roxanne Pallett
If you're a keen Twitter user, you'd have undoubtedly heard the saying 'the devil works hard but Kris Jenner works harder' following whichever Kardashian/Jenner stunt has hit the news last. UPDATE: I wrote this post a while ago, but since I did the latest Kardashian drama that has come to light is that Chloe Kardashians… Continue reading The Jenner Pregnancy
Ah Snapchat, it hasn't been a good year so far has it? After losing an estimated $1.3billion following an unwelcomed update, and being disowned by Kylie Jenner (one of their biggest advocates) on the back of that, it could have been thought that Snapchat had seen their last dose of crisis' for the year, but… Continue reading Snapchat and their Second Crisis of 2018