Monthly Archives: August 2010

PR professional communicate thyself

In a world where first impressions count I have been shocked by the poor and downright confusing range of websites belonging to PR agencies. At best they are bewildering and at worst they represent all that is bad about online … Continue reading

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NHS – not so Direct

In making cuts why don’t we involved the public and make sure we keep what works and build on it for the future. Continue reading

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Lessons in life from the new media

But what can the PR and communication professional learn from this development by the local media? Continue reading

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Big society meets small media

The future for local newspapers may be better placed in the online arena rather than local media hubs that work as news agencies. Continue reading

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Put me into isolation

The headlines said Facebook costs businesses ¬£14billion each year in lost time, and that social networks lead to a sense of isolation. It is just the latest day when the development of the online world is given a bashing by … Continue reading

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The death of ‘spin’

The death of ‘spin’ may appear to have happened since the arrival of the new ConDem Government but as we work through the recession and come out the other side where will it leave us. Continue reading

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