Because who says the learning ends at university right? Though an initiative set up largely to encourage and teach PR students to "develop communities, create content, and get ahead in comms careers", the Comms School that has been put together by Stephen Waddington and Marcel Klebba seemed too generous to ignore. Plus, I'm a big… Continue reading #CommsSchool Homework – The PR Blogs I Admire
Happy #InternationalWomensDay! One of my favourite days - and no not because I'm a man-hating-feminist - but actually because, quite like International Men's Day, I love that there's a whole day dedicated to celebrating our gender. I mean let's face it, we're pretty great so why wouldn't you? Jokes aside, I have a lot of… Continue reading #InternationalWomensDay – My Top 5 PR Inspirations
KFC aren't strangers to a great creative comms campaign. Who can remember their great public apology when they infamously ran out of chicken? (How a chicken restaurant runs out chicken, I'll never know - but it did). So simple yet so effective, KFC's recovery campaign was one for the ages and was, wait - still… Continue reading Creative campaigns #9 – KFC’s GRAVY candle
You can now name a cockroach after your ex. Yep, you heard that right. And though it sounds bizarre, I'm pretty sure everyone has a name in mind, right? Well, that's why this campaign - headed up by Hemsley Conservation Centre - is genius. Because it's so simple yet so effective, so relatable yet so… Continue reading Creative campaigns #6 – name a COCKROACH after your ex
We already know that, amid growing concerns of influencer fraud, this area of marketing is now on a downward spiral, so to speak. Largely in thanks to the small number of corrupt activities in an otherwise sound form of product/service promotion. It truly is the minority that ruin it for the majority. Nevertheless, following all… Continue reading Was an orange tile the nail in the coffin of influencer marketing?
Social media isn't an easy thing to nail. Getting your creative content bang on, while also at the same time making sure that nothing you write can be misconstrued is actually really challenging. And that's without mentioning understanding social algorithms and getting posting times exactly right. If you're in charge of a large social account… Continue reading These are the companies that have got social media sussed
It feels as though I've been blogging forever, but believe it or not it's actually only been a year or so since I started blogging on this blog. (I've had a few failed attempts in the past, but let's not talk about those today). Like everybody I know, I've had my ups and I've had my… Continue reading 5 Things I’ve Learned about PR Blogging