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Monthly Archives: October 2006
Robert Gray’s feature analyses 12 months worth of research into staff at 50 UK PR agencies to see exactly how they spend their time. The results are somewhat surprising. First, if you thought (as most journalists and clients do) that media relations was the prime activity of a PR company, you’d be wrong. The average… Read more »
Here is how to get coverage on ZDNet – see Rupert’s formula below. Though I thinks some of those variables need properly defining and quantifying. Dear PR – The probability of a successful pitch can be calculated by the following handy formula applied to the details of your client’s latest wheeze. 3NT x 4UP x… Read more »
Computer Weekly has just published the results of its 40th anniversary issue reader poll into who is the greatest IT person of all. Step forward Steve Jobs. But what an ironic outcome. Computer Weekly readers are pretty much all corporate/enterprise IT folk – clearly they don’t believe in translating their praise for Jobs into buying… Read more »
….the world’s leading….. presents his/her critique of this week’s PR Week awards. I also noted that Chameleon PR picked up the gong for best tech campaign for its work with Staellium. As PR Week notes:The results of this campaign were immediate and impressive. There were 22 mentions in the dailies, including The Guardian G2’s Last… Read more »
According to PR Week via ….the world’s leading….., Rainier PR has been acquired by Loewy for £5m. Good luck to the two Steves from Rainier and Charlie Hoult at Loewy.
Spinners hunt down ‘World’s Leading’ bogger. My thanks to Peter Kirwan for pointing this one out – so now I’ve been accused of being Spin Bunny, Bad Hack AND the World’s Leading bogger (sp) – well, I wish I could lay claim to any or all of these – but, no, it isn’t me –… Read more »
Last night at The Liberty Bar – upstairs at the The Clachan pub in Kingly Street, London – saw the latest press gathering of the Autonomous PR collective ie Jane Lee (Dexterity), Teresa Horscroft (Eureka Communications), Jane Folwell (Folwell PR) and me. We had a very good turnout – just a shame I didn’t get… Read more »
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