Archive | March, 2006

Ex-Labour general secretary Matt Carter resurfaces

Congratulations to Matt Carter, the previous general secretary of the Labour Party who has become the managing director of the new London office of WPP-owned opinion researcher Penn, Schoen and Berland. PR Week quotes Matt as saying that PSB intends…

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New small business advice wiki

Dennis Howlett at Accman Pro has an interesting idea to create a small/start-up business community resource wiki. What a fantastic idea. Coincidentally I’d already started thinking about how we could use social media such as blogs and wikis to provide…

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All the UK national newspaper RSS feeds in one place

Journalism.co.uk reports that the editor of the Oldham Chronicle diligently searches for ‘Oldham’ on all the national newspaper sites each morning. The poor soul. Just imagine how long this must take him/her. My trusty FeedDemon does all that for me….

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The challenge of winning new business

There is quite a lot of new business buzz around at the moment for Bruce Marshall Associates (BMA PR). Last week I did a pitch in central London to a company that has recently opened a UK office. They face…

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Is Tom Foremski talking about XPRL?

Tom Foremski at SiliconValleyWatcher has had another one of his rants about the PR industry and press releases. I’m amused by his reference to press releases which is one of my pet peeves. NEWS releases are what I’ve written my…

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