Tag: PR

21
Jul

What do you want your PR to achieve?

#SillySeasonPR #3 What do you want your PR to achieve? Have you ever heard people say…

27
Aug

Have you missed the holiday PR boat?

We’ve seen the stream of incoming press releases stop during the holidays. Next week everyone will start…

02
Jul

Approval from the cleaner can wash PR down the pan

A cumbersome approval process can waste a fleeting PR opportunity. While press releases need checking, businesses need…

08
May

Spell acronyms, initialisms and abbreviations in full before using

Acronyms, initialisms and abbreviations save space and time, but not if readers don’t know what they mean…

18
Feb

Can anyone see you?

You’re good at what you do, but how do you let other people see that? Sitting and…

03
Feb

Learning a PR lesson from a persistent snowdrop

How a long-awaited, lone snowdrop reminded me that persistence and patience are needed when running a…

07
Jan

What’s bubbling away in your business?

This morning I was thinking about blog topics for today when the boiling water in the…

05
Jan

Why are some press releases like lost baggage at an airport?

When I worked in communications for an international airline, I remember a tour behind the scenes…

15
Dec

How PR literate are businesses?

Last week I was writing the year’s last business pages for our local newspaper and put…

23
Nov

Mix the right raw ingredients to cook up the perfect PR meal

I really enjoy cooking as a way to wind down. I don’t know if it’s because…