The online equivalent of the Dad dance

By Mary Anderson | December 2013

It’s the online equivalent of the Dad dance.  As parents adopt Facebook and use it to spy on their offspring, teenagers are becoming too embarrassed to be associated with the network. When middle aged men start to take up a … Read More

It’s #Christmas!

By Rachael Bruce | December 2013

No one does Christmas quite like the big brands. Love them or hate them, John Lewis and M&S really got people talking and tweeting about their festive ad campaigns which have now been playing on a seemingly endless loop for … Read More

The value of volunteering

By Linda Bright | December 2013

It’s the season of goodwill, but have you ever considered giving something valuable to someone or something all year round – your time and expertise? Currently our adopted charity is a housing organisation in Liverpool, which relies largely on volunteers … Read More

Crossing the north south divide

By Mary Anderson | December 2013

Why do Southern-based businesses choose Northern companies like ourselves to supply a service?  Of course they want a PR company in Liverpool because we do a great job but do clients deliberately cross the divide in order to save money? … Read More

Sorry seems to be the hardest word

By Kate Logan | November 2013

As PR professionals we’re trained to handle a crisis, that’s sometimes even why we’re hired. It may come as a surprise but our job is not to attempt to cover up a crisis, it’s to manage it so our clients … Read More

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