Blog

Six Interesting Links I Found This Week

Here are another six links to interesting internet nuggets and trivia, as shared  by your favourite Manchester-based PR agency: An interesting look at what ‘thought leaders’ believed exhibitions might have looked like now We really should enter the Golden Hedgehogs Obama turns to Tumblr A good pressie for beginners. What is newsworthy? Flow visualisation in Google […]

Read More

PR and the Red Knights of Manchester United #mufc

PUBLIC RELATIONS – The proposed Red Knight takeover at United is an interesting story. United fans are hungry to depose the Glazer family and have organised a high profile ‘green and gold’ campaign to make their views known. As a United fan the idea of ensuring United are placed on a strong financial footing is […]

Read More

PR Movers and Shakers – Helen Moore #Markettiers4DC

This post is the first in an occasional series, profiling movers and shakers within the PR industry – i.e. people I met along the way who I thought were talented people. Helen Moore is an all round good egg, who I have worked with on and off for years. Now she is Managing Director of […]

Read More

PR and Social Media Links 13 Feb 10

My public relations links and tips of the week are below. 30 Twitter Hacks and Plugins to Spice Up Your WordPress Blog I’ve not put any of these Twitter hacks to the test on WordPress. I shall do soon. Some good ones. Facebook Largest News Reader? Facebook, the biggest source of news on the internet. […]

Read More

Toyota Product Recall Google Ads

Toyota is using Google adverts to channel communication about their product recall. This screen shot was taken from www.popurls.com What is different from other product recall advertisements is that this example is promoting Toyota’s news page on their site which is giving out the latest updates on the crisis. It could be an attempt to […]

Read More

PR and Social Media Links 6 Feb 10

Slideshare launches its branded Youtube channel Good old Slideshare! It has always been a great resource and now with its branded Youtube channel it has become an even more important service which I can offer to clients. Check out their news here Friday Guest Blog: Are blogs the beating heart of a social media strategy? […]

Read More

Why didn’t John Terry take PR advice? #PR #publicrelations #mufc

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxvrRggOQjo (Gratuitous opportunity to show Moscow penalty miss) The John Terry super injunction story is more proof that celebrities or organisations should turn to PR professionals and not lawyers when dealing with a media crisis. Only public relations professionals have the tools to ensure that a story such as this one can be kept under […]

Read More

Google Social Search makes Networking Even More Important

I have been banging on about the importance of having a Google Profile for some time now, as it means that your blogs, images and other content can be profiled in your contacts’ Google Search results. For the past few months I’ve been asking colleagues and friends if they’d noticed their contacts’ social content (e.g. […]

Read More

15 years ago: Eric Cantona and the Kung Fu Kick

Fifteen years ago this month, Manchester United’s Eric Cantona was sent off at Selhurst Park and proceeded to kung fu kick a Wimbledon fan who abused him. Arguably this is one of the biggest sporting news stories of the 1990s. This story was huge! I can’t believe that it happened and equally I can’t comprehend […]

Read More
  • Categories