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The future of PR at the World Communication Forum in Davos

Tomorrow at the World Communication Forum in Davos I’m leading a panel discussion on the future of the public relations industry provocatively titled ‘PR is dead vs. Long live the all PR channel’. We’ve got a fantastic line-up of panellists: Paul Holmes – the founder and CEO of The Holmes Report, the global PR magazine […]

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New Year’s Resolutions for 2014

My ten New Year’s resolutions for 2014 are: Be a better husband, father, brother and son. Spend more real life time with friends, colleagues and acquaintances. Not to let the b*****ds grind me down and remember it’s better to be nice and generous than be selfish and make enemies. Continue to campaign and work for […]

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Why blogging still matters for public relations

This year I celebrated the tenth anniversary of my A PR Guy’s Musings blog. Some of the other early pioneers of blogging have recently written about whether blogs are still relevant. The first was a post by Tom Foremski, who left the Financial Times to become the first journalist to quit mainstream media to write […]

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Top 10 PR blog posts of 2013

These were my top 10 read posts this year: Public relations isn’t part of marketing How PR can use Flipboard to create magazines EE customer service eventually comes up trumps Award-winning Romanian tourism PR campaign Windows Surface RT rocks 20 things 20-year olds don’t get – PR re-mix Philips infographic for first quarter financial results […]

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PR and social media conference speaking in Autumn 2013

I’ve got quite a few public relations and social media conference speaking gigs coming up this Autumn (or Fall for my American friends). World Communication Forum Davos, Prague, October 3-4 WCF Davos | Prague is the additional European session of the World Communication Forum that takes place in Davos in February every year, just after […]

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Ten years of blogging today

Today it is 10 years since my first blog post on April 23, 2003 when I became the first councillor in the UK start a blog. My PR blog followed shortly after and the first post was on July 8, 2003. I’d like to say I had amazing insight and realised then how important blogs […]

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Corporate communications and PR conference speaking summer 2013

I’ve got a few new corporate communications, PR and social media speaking engagements coming up over the next few months. I’ll also shortly be announcing dates for a series of two day online PR and corporate communications strategy master classes to be held in London in early July, Mumbai (India) in late July and Houston […]

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World Communications Forum and C4F Awards in Davos

The Communications on Top World Communication Forum 2013 and (C4F) Communication for Future Awards in Davos take place this week. There is great line-up of speakers including: Paul Holmes, founder and CEO of The Holmes Report and SABRE awards; Andre Manning, vice president corporate communications for Royal Philips Electronics; Anne Villemoes, head of communications for […]

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PR training international blog visitors

Next week’s World Communications Forum in Davos has PR and corporate communications speakers and delegates from dozens of different countries so I thought it would be interesting to take a look at where visitors to my public relations blog come from. Not surprisingly for an English language blog most are from the UK and USA. […]

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Most influential UK PR, social, SEO, marketing blogs

Today marketing automation software provider Eloqua released a UK edition of its ‘Blog Tree’ infographic of the most influential blogs in PR, social, SEO, marketing, tech, start-up and design. And this little, old blog of mine is right there near the top of the tree as one of the top three PR blogs and one […]

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