Monthly archive for February 2010An inspiring way to find an internship!
Now is the time for undergraduates to look for summer internships, according to leading recruitment expert and internship specialist, Ben Rosen of Inspiring Interns.People power or PR power?
Does the advent of Web 2.0 demand a PR 2.0 asks David Clare, as he reviews some recent books on the subject.Brands on the run from social media storm
Does the advent of social media change our understanding of PR asks Janelle Hardacre and what does this new world mean for brands?Liz Lean PR appoints Bournemouth graduate
Over the past year, Poole based Liz Lean PR Ltd (LLPR) has experienced an unprecedented influx of events as companies fight to raise and strengthen their profiles during the recession. To accommodate this demand LLPR has hired events manager, Chloe Parmiter, to bring a dedicated, dynamic and creative approach to LLPR Events.Pitfart your way to Paris!
A national cancer charity is giving students the chance to win a trip for two to Paris in a bid to raise awareness of lymphoma – the most common cancer in the 15-30 age group.University of Gloucestershire student launches the #AddMe Conference
Cheltenham’s social media conference, the #AddMe conference, will play host to some of the country’s most prominent social media speakers.PR and social media: the good, the bad and the ugly
Social media is now a maintream activity, and so it’s inevitably the target of public relations activity. As Laura Crimmons reports, this can be done well, but it can also bring the company much public criticism.Media relations: it’s about relationships, not spam
According to a new campaign, 1.7 billion irrelevant press releases are sent out in the UK each year. What happened to media relationships, asks Carli Smith.Bridging the digital skills gap
Despite the recession, there’s a shortage of talent in digital PR. Ben Cotton asks what graduates should know and do to meet this demand.Campaign to raise awareness of men’s mental health names competition winner
A Leeds Met student has won a poster competition aimed at raising the awareness of mental health amongst young men.Stardoll, the place for fame, fashion and friends for young women, and ChildLine
Stardoll, the place for fame, fashion and friends for young women, and ChildLine, a service provided by the NSPCC, today unveiled the winners of an innovative campaign.IT’S A WRAP! Confused.com bubble wraps UK street
Snow, ice, wind and rain make for a dangerous time out there on the roads at the moment! To highlight the rise in motor insurance claims during the recent bad weather, Confused.com has covered an entire street in Worcester in bubble wrap.
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