Policy and PR. Not the same thing.

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I’ve seen it in a lot of companies and I have sadly also seen it in a lot of government departments (albeit not in the UK).

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PR fundamentally misunderstands WIRED

I just can’t stop smiling every time I read a story in PR Week or any PR publication about anything tech, digital or having to do with social media. I really think there is a fundamental misunderstanding in the UK market about what all of those things mean and how engagement has already changed.

Here . . . →

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Should Startups invest in PR?

I am a woman of strong opinions. My “Yes” and my “No” are loud and clear for most things but here is a question that has two many shades of grey for me to give a straight answer.

PR Week reported on a BIGfrontier study which looked into Startups and Pr. Apparently,

Startup companies that . . . →

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Universities: How to REALLY advertise your events

So here’s a major problem in the [tag]London [/tag]universities [tag]events[/tag] and lectures circuit. Unless you visit most of their websites you have no idea what’s going on.

I have sensed from academics and events organizers in the past some disappointment that most people don’t seem to be interested in university events. Granted, it is not . . . →

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Ovi Magazine: PR lessons for the uninitiated

November 6th, 2007

It seems that the knives are out in the PR industry and it’s all going to pot. And all because a magazine editor blacklisted some PR e-mail addresses.

Ask any PR professional: The most stressful type of PR you can do is being in an agency. You are constantly under stress to . . . →

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Trust me I work in the Media

Very interesting Globalization & Media Cultures tonight with two guests. A journalist (Greek foreign correspondent) and the owner of a strategic management gathering and communications consulting company.

I’m not including names and details as I plan to be critical so indulge me.

The journalist was very good, took us through Habermas’ theory of the public . . . →

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