Month: November 2008

Following an email from Simon Collister, I have been helping John Tudor, a professional photographer based in Leeds, create his ten top tips for great PR photography He has pulled these tips together to help inexperienced PR professionals get good...

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Facebook has revealed a new crazier style of social networking The company is taking a new door-to-door approach which appears to be achieving some interesting results To be honest I had to share this after seeing it on the Bivings Report a while...

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Today is a sad day, yesterday we heard Woolworths and MFI had been taken into administration and this morning I heard PC World and Currys are another two brands which are struggling in these increasingly difficult times It is sad because (for...

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My colleague Jed Hallam has started a bit of a debate over on his blog as to whether a PR degree is really worth it I am a PR graduate myself and have my own opinion on this but I will keep that locked away for now Anyway, the debate has raged so...

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- WARNING THIS POST MAY CONTAIN STORIES OF AN UNCOOL NATURE - Social media is defined by Wikipedia as: “most often referring to activities that integrate technology, telecommunications and social interaction, and the construction of words,...

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Here’s the response from the former Birmingham Evening Mail journalist that had a bit too much to drink following Obama’s election win It makes for interesting...

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We all had sore heads in the office this morning following our first CIPR award win last night However, I felt I had to share the image below with you all My new colleague Jed Hallam is brilliant entertainment and he certainly showed us all how to...

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Adam Tinworth has posted this shocking but entertaining video of a journalist from the Birmingham Evening Mail who had been celebrating (whilst reporting) after Mr Obama’s fantastic election win I will let you make your own mind up about this one...

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