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Midlands PR agency – what types exist

We’ve been operating as a Midlands PR agency since 2006, so we’re pretty new to the region. However, in that short time, we have tried to landscape the PR agency/PR consultancy sector here. Here are our basic intial thoughts and of course we recognise that all agencies are different, so we may not all fit...
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PR agency gives advice about entering awards

One of the most effective ways of achieving respect in the business community is through successfully winning awards. Gaining a credible third party endorsement of a product, service or company can help increase sales, enhance reputation and generate growth. An award win can also be an incredible morale boost especially in times of recession. Award...
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iPad and iPhone: can you really work with them on the go?

We  started work recently with a new client that specialises in accessories for everything mobile (that’s phones, laptops, iPads, you name it) and thinking about the kind of people using our client’s products got me thinking about the kit we use in our tech PR agency.

Being a technology PR agency, we love trying out new ways to use technology and I’ve been using my shiny new iPhone 4 for a while now together with an iPad to see if I can leave the laptop at home when travelling

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Valentines day news – our favourite stories

Here’s a roundup of our favourite Valentines Day stories. We believe that they’ve been dreamt up by PR agencies or companies. Share your love with not just that special one but create a Valentine’s Youtube slide show. Valentine’s Day is the start of breeding season for birds and coincides with National Nest Box Week. Nokia‘s...
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Media Revolution – BBC 2 programme

Last night saw the first of a three-part series from the Money Programme that looks at the revolution in newspapers, TV and book publishing called Media Revolution, Stop the Press. Info from BBC site: “Former national newspaper editor Janet Street-Porter investigates how papers are coping with falling circulation, advertising revenues and the growth of the...
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Meet some editors

According to Jo Geary from The Birmingham Post, these editors will be at the next Birmingham Social Media Café meet up on Friday 30 January 2009, so see you there. Mark Thomas: Editor of the Liverpool Daily Post Andrew Campbell: Executive Editor of the Liverpool Echo Colin Patterson: Editor of the Sunday Sun in Newcastle...
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Tech firms urged to collaborate

Phil Muncaster wrote about companies working together to survive the downturn. Given today’s climate it makes sense for tech firms to work together and pool resources to gain more business. We work for and are members of the UK IT Association, which is a membership organisation bringing together technology SMEs to work together to bid...
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