Thinking fast and slow
You wouldn’t have thought that forensically detailed accounts of the use of statistics in basketball and “collatoralised debt obligations” in finance would lead to [...]
The cuckoo in the nest
When individuals have more influence than the organisations they represent Following her well received speech at the Golden Globes, there was widespread speculation that Oprah [...]
A new media reformation?
He has an orange complexion and an odd hairstyle. He is an outsider who has taken on the establishment of the most powerful nation in the world. He has embraced new media [...]
Opinion: From facts to fables – how corporate comms is embracing storytelling
What do near death experiences, commuter woes and the tampon tax have to do with corporate PR? Michael Taggart, director of storytelling at Foco, explains. The case for the [...]
Opinion: Niche consultancies are disrupting the PR industry
Large agencies will have to get used to niche consultancies snapping up their clients, argues Jason Nisse, a former Newgate Communications partner and founder of The Nisse [...]
Opinion: Trust us… we work in brand communications!
Stir MD Alicia Mellish reveals why she believes declining trust is the most pressing issue in PR today – and invites you to a debate the agency is holding on the topic. Just [...]
Opinion: How PR will survive in the “age of automation”
The creative industries will need to adapt to the reality of automation, argues With PR founder Debbie Zaman. But will PR ever be fully automated? The age of automation is [...]
Reflections on moving to the infamous ‘dark side’
By Mike Berry, Head of Content, Fleet Street Communications For many, moving from journalism to public relations is akin to – as the well-worn phrase goes – joining the Dark [...]
What effective PR looks like for SEO
By Jane Cronin, Content Manager, and Maria Bain, Outreach Executive, at Jellyfish. Best practice SEO now incorporates aspects of PR, content and influencer marketing, far [...]
Top tips for how to PR a music festival
By Sophie Raine, Director at W Communications With Glastonbury Festival kicking off this week, music lovers across the UK are preparing themselves for yet another season of [...]
Four essential components to building an outreach strategy
On face value, it can seem as though building a successful outreach strategy is simple. You just email a few websites here and there, write a generic blog post and hope for a [...]
Is it time for PR agencies to go native?
By Dale Lovell, Chief Digital Officer at Adyoulike UK Native advertising, if you don’t already know, is the current big thing in digital advertising. Rather than the banners, [...]