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This Mourning - what can we learn PR-wise, from Holly and Phil’s queue “jump”?

This Mourning – what can we learn PR-wise, from Holly and Phil’s queue “jump”?

There is something uniquely British about queuing. We pride ourselves on it and recent events have of course taken our queuing skills, patience and monitoring to new heights. There was even a Twitter feed and hashtag for #thequeue However, things were taken up a notch when it appeared that Phil and Holly, the darlings of …

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One’sDay Wisdom

Say what you like about the monarchy (and plenty will, as have I – mainly about their PR skills or lack thereof) but there is one thing that is very clear, the Queen was a pioneer and an inspiration to millions. The Queen was also an unrivalled communicator.  Listening to the reports ever since the sad news broke last week, …

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Ignoring your dream list of clients is a nightmare for marketers, Press for Attention PR, Nottingham

Ignoring your dream list of clients is a nightmare for marketers

Normally on the last Wednesday of the month, I am getting ready to give a talk to local entrepreneurs about how to grow their business through marketing or basically, “getting and keeping customers”. Two things have changed this time: I had to bring the meeting forward because next week is my wedding anniversary. The venue …

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That’s a wrap - Link building, PR and playing the long game

That’s a wrap – Link building, PR and playing the long game

If you’ve ever seen a footballing megastar get his “Lambo” wrapped in vinyl camouflage or seen Conor Mcgregor briefing the design of his new plane, there’s a chance you’ve watched Yianni Charambulous aka “Yiannimize” on one of his various TV shows. Or heard him on his podcast. Or you’re one of over 3 million of …

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