Erica Berger the founder of Catchpool writes ..
Does it feel like you’re reading, watching, and listening to more information than ever before?
Or alternatively, after spending the last few years too overwhelmed in the digital age, have you turned off Twitter, put away your devices, maybe even started to read some print papers and magazines again, on a new found quest to find some sense of calm amidst the flurry of information?
You’re not alone. But I’m sure you knew that already…from social media, of course
— Will Corry (@slievemore) February 1, 2016
Exclusive comment from Ian McCawley, MD Acuity PR
"PR has for a long time been held prisoner to the paradox that the industry is brilliant at proving its clients’ worth, while struggling to boost its own value in the marketing mix. That means a seat at the top table has been less attainable than is deserved.
The contributors in this article are quite right that PR’s moment could be now.
— Will Corry (@slievemore) January 10, 2016
— Will Corry (@slievemore) January 5, 2016
PR Examples write .. This here is the fourth ‘year in review’ post we’ve done (not forgetting all of the ‘top 10…’ monthly posts throughout 2015) – and I can honestly say, it’s packed with 20 great campaigns – from cheeky reactive efforts to PR with a real purpose.
— Will Corry (@slievemore) December 22, 2015
In a rapidly-changing world, where emerging trends in technology and culture can affect even rudimentary aspects of our lives, it is crucial that you regularly revise the marketing strategy for your restaurant. Here are some tactics that you can follow to help avoid your restaurant falling behind in its promotional efforts in 2016.
— Will Corry (@slievemore) December 14, 2015