Though i'm technically a 'digital PR executive'; copywriting has been - and still is - a big part of my job. When I started interning at Tecmark last year, I began with writing blogs and articles for some of their smaller clients. I didn't know it at the time, but this was the start of… Continue reading The oh-so trivial problems of your everyday copywriter
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 the PR Blogger – with Laura Sutherland
If you've been following this blog for a while, you'll know that i'm a big fan of PR mishaps and mess-ups. Occasionally however, I do like to applaud the campaigns that I think have been delivered really well. Because, in a world of publicity blunders and brand slip ups, isn't it nice to talk about… Continue reading 7 PR campaigns that i’m loving this year
- This one's dedicated to my lovely friend and 'Friends' superfan. Chloe Howard. Happy Birthday love! - So i've been re-watching Friends (for like the 8th time now but who cares) recently and it got the brain ticking. I think on one level or another, we can all resonate with 'Friends'. Whether it be their… Continue reading 5 things we can learn about PR from ‘Friends’
Hello and welcome to my eighth interview of my ‘meet the PR blogger’ series. I’m slowly but surely (and am almost finished with) working my way through the masses of wonderful PR bloggers that i’ve interviewed – so keep your eyes out every week for new additions. This time round, my ‘PR blogger’ is the lovely Amanda… Continue reading Meet the PR Blogger – with Amanda Coleman
I did great in my GCSEs, but my A-Levels? Not so much. And for a long time I let myself believe that my grades were vindictive of my intelligence and my abilities. Now, its GCSE results day today, and I couldn't let this day pass without saying something. Without expressing my own take on this occasion… Continue reading Everybody is a genius
I couldn't not talk about this. It caught my eye in the news this week that a scheme in Oxford called Greater Change is trialling 'homeless QR codes in London'. It works by giving a homeless person a barcode which they should wear around their necks on a lanyard. Then, the 'ever-so-busy' passer by can… Continue reading Scanning homeless people – has the world gone completely mad?
So i've been dabbling in and out of PR employment for the last year and a half now. I've interned at various agencies up and down the UK, including at Tecmark where I currently work. I think interning is a great opportunity and i'd always recommend it whilst you're studying or maybe just after. I've… Continue reading 5 things you can expect from your first job in PR
It seems like an age ago now since I was a third year student. (It was actually no longer than 3 months ago, but that's what working full time does to you!) Nevertheless, I can't seem to escape discussions surrounding dissertations and final year even now. Whether it be via tweets or questions from friends who… Continue reading So, what’s it really like writing a dissertation?
Hello and welcome to my seventh 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. This time round, my ‘PR blogger’ in the limelight is the Sam Sparks. What is… Continue reading Meet the PR Blogger – with Samuel Sparks