This blog title has been in my drafts for just short of a year, last week I finally decided to write the content. It stayed in my drafts for another week before I'm finally picking up the courage to press send this lunchtime. I decided I couldn't leave this unsaid any longer. What Is 'PR… Continue reading What’s The Problem With PR Bashing?
Anyone who knows me knows how much of a big fan I am of Chester Zoo. "The Secret Life Of The Zoo" is a staple evening-watch of mine, and I just love everything that the brand stands for. Therefore, I'm equally as intrigued and invested in the way in which they market themselves, both online… Continue reading 2019’s Creative Campaigns #16 – Chester Zoo Wants You To Play With The Elephants
I couldn't think of a less-confusing headline, which pretty much sums up this confusing state of affairs. Recently, I've heard a lot of talk about this 'dress that's gone viral'. What dress that's gone viral? Wondering if we'd travelled back to 2015 for the blue/black or gold/white dress debate - I was puzzled. However, upon… Continue reading Was The ‘Viral Zara Dress’ Even Viral Before It Went… Viral?
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
You may be wondering why there are now condoms splashed all over my blog. But actually, I've a very good reason. Now, I haven't contributed to my 'Creative Campaigns' series in a while. I blame the hustle and bustle life, combined with my incapability to write about anything else once I get one idea set… Continue reading 2019’s Creative Campaigns #11 -Durex’s Game Of Thrones Marketing
This weeks #CommsSchool homework - which, by the way is a school put together by Stephen Waddington and Marcel Klebba to help educate PR professionals of all ages on how they can excel in this industry and build their own personal rapport - is to share my personal branding approach. And what better a time,… Continue reading #CommsSchool Homework – My Approach To Personal Branding
It's 2019, and almost everything relies on some form of technology nowadays. Within a few seconds of waking up every morning, you're likely to have interacted with a digital asset one way or another. Apparently, 43% of us take our phone to bed every night with us and spend at least an hour or more a week in… Continue reading Has Digitisation Made Public Relations More Complicated?
Hello and welcome to my eleventh interview of my ‘meet the PR blogger’ series. I'm almost finished with this series, so if there's any PR bloggers reading this that would be interested in getting involved - please drop me a message! Keep your eyes out for new additions for the next few weeks though. This time round, my… Continue reading Meet PR Blogger Helen Deverell
Hello and welcome to my tenth interview of my ‘meet the PR blogger’ series. I’m slowly but surely working my way through the masses of wonderful PR bloggers that i’ve interviewed – so keep your eyes out every week for new additions. I'm almost finished, so if there's any PR bloggers reading this that would be interested… Continue reading Meet PR Blogger Paul Sutton
Hello and welcome to my ninth interview of my ‘meet the PR blogger’ series. I didn't think this series would still be running over 2 months since I put the feelers out, but here we are! This just goes to show the amount of incredible names within this industry and just how willing they are to help… Continue reading Meet PR Blogger Laura Sutherland