PRCA digital PR report 2015

PRCA Digital PR Report 2015 need for more digital PR training and digital PR budgets expected to grow

The Public Relations Consultants Association (PRCA) has revealed the findings of its Digital PR Report 2015, with insights across the following key areas: In-house budgeting for blogger outreach continues to grow and PR agencies increasingly entrusted with this work Web design and build is a huge growth area for PR agencies as service is increasingly […]

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What will you post on Facebook or Twitter in 14 days’ time?

The UK government’s new bill restricting trade unions has an alarming proposal in it that has potentially devastating negative consequences for people working in public relations, digital communications and social media including members of the CIPR and PRCA. I invited Antonia Bance, the TUC’s head of campaigns and communications to write a guest post explaining […]

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Barcelona Principles 2.0 – my first thoughts

The Barcelona Principles 2.0 launched this morning. Unfortunately, I couldn’t get to the launch event, but thanks to Richard Bagnall I was able to watch most of it via his live Periscope stream. I haven’t had an opportunity to study them in depth or speak to everyone involved in the new Barcelona Principles 2.0, but […]

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Back to the future of PR at FutureComm15

Last week I spent two fantastic days with Mynewsdesk at its FutureComms15 conference and then the following day at a content marketing master class with the Content Marketing Institute’s Robert Rose. I came away from the second day excited and brimming with confidence and ideas. I came away from the first day mainly bemused , […]

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Dell 2015 Annual Report for Customers

Annual reports should report what matters

Many PR professionals help companies and organisations to create annual reports, but despite improvements to make them more interesting they are still frequently just focused on financial data with everything else relegated to mere cosmetic additions. The reason is that many organisations such as public limited companies and charities are legally required to publish annual […]

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