Media moves and magazines for sale

Media moves and magazines for sale

Today is a short break from our miniseries on media training, which seems to have been received very well judging by the responses and web s...

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Handling media interviews part two: difficult questions

Handling media interviews part two: difficult questions

Following yesterday’s guide to preparing for a media interview, toady’s post is dedicated to the next step; handling difficult questions. ...

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The emergency media interview guide

The emergency media interview guide

Often clients ask for a little ad-hoc media training before I take them to meet a journalist or before they are interviewed either over the ...

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What’s in the suitcase in Pulp Fiction? Finally the answer is revealed

What’s in the suitcase in Pulp Fiction? Finally the answer is revealed

Have you ever seen Quentin Tarantino’s 1994 opus Pulp Fiction? Did you leave the cinema, or turn off your TV, wondering what was in the damn...

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Who is where and what they are doing

Who is where and what they are doing

In a week where the media news has been dominated by who is where and what they are doing there, thanks to the launch of Facebook Places , w...

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Three new(ish) things you should know about Twitter

Three new(ish) things you should know about Twitter

The last few weeks have seen some interesting additions made to Twitter. The social networking site has added ‘who to follow’, ‘also followe...

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Tony Blair: PR guru or misguided altruist?

Tony Blair: PR guru or misguided altruist?

You are now doubt aware of the kerfuffle that has surrounded the launch of Tony Blair’s autobiography and his donation of the advance and gl...

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How to deal with colour separations

How to deal with colour separations

“How to deal with colour separations” is by far the most common search term used by visitors to this Blog from Google. Most of these visitor...

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How to automatically re-tweet particular themes

How to automatically re-tweet particular themes

Have you ever wished you could automatically re-Tweet every mention of your brand name on Twitter, or every mention of your particular niche...

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Media moves; proof that Stafford is now a media hub

Media moves; proof that Stafford is now a media hub

There has been a rash of office moves this week, with a number of publications in the engineering and building sectors moving home. Perhaps ...

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Why good PR agencies sometimes say ‘no’

Why good PR agencies sometimes say ‘no’

The customer is always right, right? To prove it a famous UK bank once founded its entire marketing campaign on the fact that it liked to sa...

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50 Ways to Make Google Love your Web Site

50 Ways to Make Google Love your Web Site

A client recently recommended an up to date book about search engine optimisation that I thought I would pass on to all of you. It’s called ...

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Read the trade press!

Read the trade press!

You've probably heard me preaching from my pedastal on about supporting the UK trade press before. Normally, I'm suggesting you eith...

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The key elements of on-page optimisation

The key elements of on-page optimisation

Following a conversation with a client a couple of days ago, in which we discussed the fundamentals of on-page SEO for technical companies ,...

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