Opinion

  • Has Facebook Sounded the Death Knell for Company Websites?

    A number of commentators have suggested that within the next few years, companies will no longer have their own websites, but will focus their web presence through the ubiquitous Facebook platform... read on
  • The price of not reading the papers

    Many factors contributed to George Entwistle’s shock resignation as BBC director general at the weekend, after just 54 days in post, but the thing that really did for him was his ignorance of what was going on in the media, brutally exposed in his.. read on
  • Is the idea of controlled communication dead in the water?

    One of the big debates around social media as a PR channel has been around the idea of control... read on
  • Facebook, we’ve got to be on it

    We went to see a prospective client a few weeks ago and their marketing manager asked: “What do you think of social media in PR?” “It depends,” we said... read on
  • London 2012: The Winners and Losers on the (PR) pitch

    As London 2012 finished in style, the world’s athletes are tallying up their performance in terms of medals won and races fought, and are already re-grouping to prepare Rio 2016 campaigns... read on
  • Can good design be owned?

    Earlier this month, Apple’s attempt to stop Samsung from selling its Galaxy tablets was thrown out of the UK high court on the grounds that the judge ruled the Samsung version is not ‘as cool’ as the iPad... read on
  • Did he ever say it?

    “If I was down to my last dollar, I’d spend it on PR.” This statement is widely attributed to Microsoft’s Bill Gates... read on
  • Do I not like that!

    Now I’m not sure if the ex England football manager, Graham Taylor is an avid Facebook user or not, but one thing’s for sure, the ubiquitous social networking site would not have allowed for the beleaguered football manager to vent his frustration.. read on
  • Why good manners count

    The nation seems to be divided about the significance of a dog being crowned winner of Britain’s Got Talent 2012. But, perhaps, the owner should be given some credit too... read on
  • Why setting a budget pays

    BBC The Apprentice viewers up and down the country were incredulous this week when Gabrielle & co. took a client brief without asking their budget... read on

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