Category Archives: PR Workshop blogs

5 things I have learnt about PR blog posts

A rough guide to how I feel these things should be carried out, they might not be what you think but I believe if you do some of these you will not go far wrong in producing a good blog; … Continue reading

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PR Professionalisation

Mouth full that one hey? đŸ™‚ Over the last few years that public relations has become more and more apparent to us ‘regular’ folk, it can be said that the form of practice has seen a rise in the discussion … Continue reading

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Facebook as a Marketing Tool

As you can see from this fabulous video above đŸ™‚ , Facebook and social media networks have become a vital tool in the armoury of the modern-day business. There is definite evidence that the use of these sites is becoming … Continue reading

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Face to Face? or Face to Mouse?

Just been ‘surfing’ again and came across this guy called Danny Brown and his blog on the use of social media. Some of the points he raises in his posts are very relevant in modern society and his relaxed style … Continue reading

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PR playing catch up?

Just been reading this blog and feel the need to have my two cents worth; The link for Gary Lee’s blog is here for you to read; Journalistics Media Has Changed… It’s Time for PR to Catch Up http://blog.journalistics.com/2011/media-has-changed-its-time-for-pr-to-catch-up/   … Continue reading

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Relevance of Twitter for PR students???

    Relevance of Twitter for PR students??? Twitter, it seems has taken the social media world by storm in terms of accessibility for all. It’s fast, witty, easy to use and of course popular with everyone and anyone with … Continue reading

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