Our latest blog comes courtesy of Amy Catherall, a third-year Communications and Public Relations student, who spent a week with us on work experience. After getting to experience the process of crisis communications at first hand during her time with us, Amy shares her tips on how social media can be adopted into your crisis plan…
After receiving applications from lots of worthy causes, we’re delighted to announce that Lincoln-based charity The Network has been chosen as our Charity of the Year for 2024!
From tea with Paddington to jumping out of a helicopter with 007, Queen Elizabeth II was a big fan of PR stunts.
New faces, new clients and now a new star! 2023 is shaping up to be a great year for us and we are excited to have welcomed Niamh Tracey as Account Executive this month.
When it comes to social media you’re spoilt for choice, and it seems that a new platform emerges every year. However, not every platform is relevant for every business.
As the workload increases, the team is growing! Meet our three new shining stars.
Another year older, but barely a wrinkle! Shooting Star celebrates 16 years in business with each staff member reflecting on their sweet 16th year.
P&O Ferries made a drastic decision last week to make hundreds of staff redundant in order to reduce spending and keep business afloat. But at what cost has this come to its reputation? Account Executive Molly dives into the story’s timeline of PR faux pas here.
At one time PR and SEO were seen as two separate disciplines. However, digital marketers now realise that one of the top-ranking factors of SEO is links from high-quality, high domain authority websites like media sites and blogs – and digital PR can help you gain coverage and backlinks on these sites.
The start of a new year always brings a flurry of new clients.