Archive | May, 2007

PR agencies should know it’s the people that count

Contrary to speculation by JaxNYC I’m not “buried alive under all those CVs recently sent in…”, however we have had some very interesting applications which were slowly, but surely, getting through. One of my 101 tasks at the moment is…

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We’re recruiting – send us your CVs

Things are moving quickly here at Bruce Marshall Associates, of which I’ll reveal more very soon. But in the meantime we have an immediate need for a good account executive: What we want: Good writers – you don’t need to…

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More great media pitching tips

Guy Clapperton – freelance journo on all things small business, IT and Dr Who (have I missed anything Guy?) – has shared some great tips for how you should always pitch journalists – or not Technorati tags: PR, public relations,…

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Sign up for Delivering the New PR 2.0

Roll up, roll up and sign up for Delivering the New PR 2.0. This is the latest event in the successful series of conferences organised by the University of Sunderland to inform PR, marketing and communications professionals about the latest…

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Loic Le Meur on helping Sarkozy’s internet campaign

Loic Le Meur is a talented blogger and entrepreneur who recently stayed into politics when he was asked to help out as an adviser on Nicolas Sarkozy’s internet campaign. In my opinion he certainly helped the wrong candidate to win,…

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Run for Cystic Fibrosis Trust

Luke Akehurst has just alerted me to the fact that Andy Charlwood and Ryan Norton are running the Great Yorkshire 10k on Sunday May 10. They are running in memory of “our mutual friend, comrade and colleague” Dom McElroy, who…

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The law of the blog – US

Aviva Directory has published a list of 12 important US laws every blogger should know. Issues covered include: deep-linking (with far more sensible advice than the Chartered Institute of Public Relations code gives you); use of images; stolen content; data…

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