The king’s speech

The king’s speech

Kings, chess, similar? Credit:  posterize   For the past few days the news has been inundated with sound bites from the defiant speech o...

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Conflict and scandal in technical PR

Conflict and scandal in technical PR

Conflict as represented by a businessman in boxing gloves Credit:  Ambro  Technical PR news : Last week there were 27 national press ar...

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Some useful guides to Facebook marketing

Some useful guides to Facebook marketing

Social networking normally involves tiny blue people and tiny white people. Credit: digitalart    Facebook has been quite a useful tool...

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How to use Google social search to promote your business

How to use Google social search to promote your business

Creating a Google profile makes your organisation more searchable. Credit: Vlado Regular readers will remember posts on this Blog from ...

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Google versus Facebook - A light wind in a teacup

Google versus Facebook - A light wind in a teacup

Photo credit:  jscreationzs Technical PR news: Last week the news broke that Facebook has hired some shifty PR spin doctor types (actual...

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How to find free-to-use photos on the Internet

How to find free-to-use photos on the Internet

This chap's a photographer. It might or might not be: graur razvan ionut Many of you will be aware of the heavy penalties for usin...

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The evolution of logos

The evolution of logos

The Apple logo has changed a lot over the years Credit:  Idea go Logos have traditionally been used by commercial enterprises, organizat...

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What happens every year?

What happens every year?

Hi-jack PR; a bit like theft. Which is what this photo represents. Simples. Credit: Simon Howden It’s reasonably common knowledge that ...

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Real readerships and media moves

Real readerships and media moves

A newspaper. And a man in a white shirt. Credit:  Tina Phillips Those of you are interested in the wider world of publishing, as well as...

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What you don’t know you need to know or why magazines aren’t dead yet

What you don’t know you need to know or why magazines aren’t dead yet

Here's someone who knows there are things she doesn't know that she needs to find out about. Picture by:   koratmember Sitting ...

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The story of the wise panda

The story of the wise panda

A panda that is slightly less scary for company web sites Credit:  Michael Elliott   Google Panda has already had a huge impact on searc...

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What technical PR can learn from the ‘Outing’ of super injunction celebrities on Twitter

What technical PR can learn from the ‘Outing’ of super injunction celebrities on Twitter

Running away from the paparazzi?  Not  any more ; just get a super-injunction Photo by: vegadsl Technical PR news : Super injunctions ...

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Technical and technology media moves: A host of changes

Technical and technology media moves: A host of changes

Photo:  Salvatore Vuono   It’s been a while since I've done a media moves update on this Blog and a lot’s happened since then. Comput...

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How to draft an SEO friendly press release

How to draft an SEO friendly press release

One of the key functions of PR is generating high quality inbound links that can benefit your Web site’s search engine optimisation. Another...

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