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No fluff here

So yesterday The Sun saw fit to publish an article attacking public sector communicators. It was the usual from a Freedom of Information request that will have been sent to all police forces, local authorities and NHS bodies. We get … Continue reading

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To vote or not to vote

No one could have failed to notice that today is election day. There are polling stations dotted around our streets and communities, there have been leaflets through the door, and it has been mentioned by every news channel. I had … Continue reading

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Eight communication predictions for 2014

We have reached the first day of 2014 and I am sure there will be lots of people making resolutions, deciding to change their lives or to do something new or different in the coming year. I am not one … Continue reading

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Every penny counts

In every communication department whether in-house or agency, public or private sector making every penny count has never been more critical. This is about more than just making savings or being careful with the finances. It is about showing the … Continue reading

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Creative support – look and its free

These are really challenging times for all of us working in communication roles. No matter where you are the pressure on budgets is increasing and we are all trying to get something for nothing or as the saying goes ‘get … Continue reading

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Is PR in 2012 just about digital?

Public relations has been undergoing a transformation linked to a number of things that have been taking place in recent years. First, there has been the world financial crisis affecting companies and businesses struggling to deal with shrinking economies. This … Continue reading

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My year in social media

As we are heading towards the end of 2011, itĀ seems to beĀ essential for everyone to undertake some form of review of the year. It is as predictable as the many Christmas songs that we can’t escape from the 30th November … Continue reading

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