Sat.Nov 24, 2018

Five Tips to Get More Twitter Shares

Ronn Torossian

You’ve created the perfect content and now it’s time to let it out into the social media stratosphere. You’ve sent out witty, relatable and relevant tweet – but if the tweet isn’t shared by your audience, then it simply doesn’t achieve its goal.

Planning for 2019: What PR pros should anticipate in the coming year

PR Daily

As we enter the last couple of months of 2018, we’re focused on business development and budget planning with current clients. The final quarter is also an ideal time to examine where our clients should focus and the trends that could become go-to tactics in 2019.

How hapless Wool got blanketed by Peta’s shock publicity

Mark My Words

The Guardian. Animal rights campaigners follow a long tradition in PR of capitalising on a quirky place names. Veteran PR Mark Borkowski said publicists have a “heroic heritage” of generating coverage by hijacking a city or town with a quirky name. This was first deployed by the arch-publicist Jim Moran back in the 50s. He used Fleatown, Ohio, to launch a chemical which could eradicate animal mites. Hell in Michigan was the test bed for a quit smoking campaign.

Mark talks about Black Friday

Mark My Words

BBC Radio. Vanessa Feltz. Hear article here: [link] from 2:23:30. Mark Comments

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