North Face caught for manipulating wiki pages (big no no) because their agency bragged about it in a case study. Fail 101 https://t.co/UsU20j4LnS— Andy Barr (@10Yetis) May 30, 2019
These are the editor’s pick of posts about public relations this week (UK focused, but with a global outlook). Heather Yaxley (@greenbanana) is responsible for next week's selection (7 June). Please follow her and share your recommendations.
Thinking of breaking free and setting up or scaling your own business?@LansonsLatest's Clerkenwell ground floor takes 40 people and is available. Both @OpiniumResearch and @HopeandGloryPR launched and succeeded here.— Tony Langham (@TonyLangham) May 28, 2019
e: email@example.com#startup #business #marketing #agency pic.twitter.com/RZGUOT8OWo
Charity worker dismissed after tweeting about attacking Nigel Farage with acid - Great example of why even small organisations need robust social media governance. https://t.co/o1GsF8HcYv— Stuart Bruce 🇬🇧🇪🇺 (@stuartbruce) May 28, 2019
That's it for today folks! A massive well done to all the speakers - you are all AMAZING! And a big thank you to everyone who has taken part today!👏— H&H (@handhagency) May 29, 2019
Missed any talks from today? Catch up on them all here👉 https://t.co/lhOo5J5sYR #internalcomms #hhICconf #leadership
Twitter is looking to hire a ‘master in the art of Twitter’ to become its Tweeter in Chief https://t.co/pbRsPoB7IF "set the tone of who we are and how we act, and talk to people on Twitter” > Public relations in its true sense - what you do and what you say. pic.twitter.com/bWMOzkkxFA— Andrew Bruce Smith (@andismit) May 29, 2019
Today I explained to a colleague that a press notice is like a Tinder profile - it’s to attract interest - but doesn’t need to contain all the detail. Save that for the media briefing (first date). You’re welcome #PR #comms— Mary Whenman (@marywhenman) May 30, 2019
Richard Bailey is editor of PR Place. He teaches and assesses undergraduate, postgraduate and professional students.