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PR indisputedly brings value to the table

Good to hear that not only PR geeks think we are important but business people proves that. promising.

The premise that in-house PR pros, and the agencies that support those in-house teams, are an intrinsic part of the business and...…

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Information wealth and attention poverty: two books we'll need to read

Ironic that I'm suggesting two books to time-poor PR people ... a thinly disguised plea for someone to tell us what we need to know from...

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HOW TECHNOLOGY IS CHANGING THE CONTENT MEDIA LANDSCAPE

Whilst it it true that technology has facilitated great change to the distribution of 'content' it is vital not to forget your audience....

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Global Gender Gap Report

Our Global Gender Pay Gap survey in the PR industry revealed a £12,600 difference in salaries between men and women. 

It's shameful that...

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Personal branding on social media

Funny this should pop up on my Twitter feed today, as I have had no fewer than five conversations in the last week with job-seekers...

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How leaders communicate

It shouldn't be that hard, but it is. 

Wherever you go in the world, people want the same things from their leaders: straight talk,...

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everything goes digital. everything

while we still have some traditional work in PR more and more digital skills are needed...

Influence is not what it used to be. It’s more complex and dynamic and, above all, digital. But the digitisation of influence, doesn

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Reclaiming solitude

I have, literally, three devices open and running as I write this, each with 4-5 apps up. 

That's probably not healthy. 

“All men’s miseries derive from not being able to sit in a quiet room alone.”

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Six bets on where things are going with the internet

When the Cluetrain Manifesto was published in 1999, much of what and how we now experience the internet didn't exist, but the authors...

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Loving to work vs having to work

I loved this post from Jo-ann Robertson at Ketchum (her blog is definitely one for PR people to follow) on plans to reset her outlook on...

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The carbon footprint of books

I am the first to admit that even though I have the good will to reduce my carbon footprint as much as reasonably possible, I probably...

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CMS is the mark of PR professionalism worldwide

So congratulations to @ChangeworksPR for passing their first audit! 

PR Consultancy Receives Exceptional Award

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International PR award on effectiveness

from the sunny and creative Cannes to the foggy and effective London. Two great international competition. 

I am proud to be on the jury...

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50s and older: where the money is

Surely marketers should see this segment as appealing? 

Good work from Karen Strauss and the team at Ketchum. 

Lately, advertisers have been mostly concerned about reaching millennials, leaving behind a significant percentage of the population,...…

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Accountable journalism, news and the future of PR

Head shakes and sighs. 

That's what I get when share my opinion with colleagues in PR that I think news is, has been and will always be at...

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Thank you, fellow jurors

Quick note of gratitude to colleagues around the world giving time and expertise to assess the most effective PR work of the past year.

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Five techie things we need to understand this year

Next month I'll be in Dubai with the World Economic Forum to learn about and discuss some of the bigger ideas shaping our world.

Here are...

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Fitting in or standing out?

Great insights from Stanford University on the best ways to get ahead: by fitting into the crowd, or standing out as a maverick..

Turns...

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WeMedia is blowing up the Chinese media landscape

The disruption of media and journalism by digital technology and social channels is a global phenomenon, but few markets are changing as...

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Facebook may be about to change internal comms in a big way

Facebook has opened up a new Workplace service that promises to change 'internal communications' in profound ways for at least one very...

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