7th January 2022
You often hear people in the public relations profession say that PR is the best kind of advertising you can get.
But then again PR sceptics would argue that we would say that wouldn’t we.
Yet if you take a closer look at the latest newspaper headlines about a popular children’s snack, which is currently in the […]
Imagine my surprise when the CEO of Starbucks for the UK called me just 40 minutes after I emailed him to complain about a problem I’d had at one of its outlets.
I’ll admit it, I was a like a rabbit in the headlights as it was the last thing I expected when Kris Engskov called, introduced […]
Glowing reviews on TripAdvisor about your hotel, B&B or restaurant can do wonders for business.
But, as we’ve so often seen time and time again, if those reviews have been manufactured with the self-serving purpose of misleading potential customers then it could spell PR disaster for virtually any establishment that gets caught red-handed.
We always advise clients […]
We pretty well all know by now the enormous value that positive coverage in the national media can bring to practically any organisation.
So when you’re a small business, such as Carron Fish Bar in north-east Scotland, making the headlines just once in the national newspapers is a significant accomplishment, but making it twice is a […]
When a hilarious news story about a Spanish pensioner’s botched repair to a 19th century church fresco made international headlines, virtually everyone in the public relations community knew exactly what to expect in the following few days.
Last week, TV and newspaper correspondents from around the world descended on the small town of Borja in the […]
Although we’ve been plying our trade for more than 15 years now, it never ceases to amaze us just how many people have misconceptions about PR and how many clients still have misguided expectations of what we can and cannot do as a public relations agency.
Perhaps the most common misunderstanding that we find is that […]