PR Tips & Tricks

Think there’s no such thing as bad publicity? Trust me, it’s your funeral

Think there’s no such thing as bad publicity? Trust me, it’s your funeral When I hear that tired old cliche “there’s no such thing as bad publicity” I cringe. The classic Gerald Ratner “cr*p” comment is the one that most often gets cited but that was at least off-camera and off the cuff. Plus, the …

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PFA TV – If Father Christmas was a journalist which list would you be on?

If Father Christmas was a journalist which list would you be on? According to my research, you better watch out. I am also reliably informed from my network of sources that you better not cry. Don’t even think about pouting. The reason for these tips? Simple, Santa Claus is on a deadline Of course, being a diligent …

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What does Newsweek have in common with Cosmopolitan magazine?

About 20 minutes. It’s true. That is how long it took me to get Press for An Expert member Danny Greeves into the global media behemoth that reaches 100m people a month and also how long it took me to get Careers guru Sheila Starr into the iconic “Cosmo” mag’s online site.      Truth be told, there was work happening …

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Royal formerly known as “Prince” risks “Streisand effect” in trial by media

No, this is not a battle of the late ‘80s ballads. Although ermine might have been more heavily involved if one of the plaintiffs was still within the family business. I refer, of course, to the current phone hacking trial, where Prince Harry, (the Duke of Sussex) has just finished giving evidence in the high …

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