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Nom Nom Asia

As far as restaurants go, I have always rooted for the little guy. Imagine trying to position yourself between the fancy big players and the cafeteria types which can  survive despite selling hot meals for as low as  AED 15. 601 more words

Restaurant Reviews

6 Ways to Avoid PR Blunders on Social Media

No matter how prepared you think you are, mistakes are bound to happen. As a business, you want to reduce the amount of negative attention you receive as much as possible.   726 more words

4 Hot PR Tips for Summer

Summer is on the horizon, and the weather shouldn’t be the only thing that’s heating up.

While the summer may feel like a chance to take a vacation from work, the season is actually a great time to rethink your PR strategy and try out some new tactics. 543 more words


PR viewpoint: Why we need to learn from Trump's success, unfortunately.

Right, I know what you are thinking… I know you might want to slap me for giving the man any credit or praise and I probably shouldn’t, but really this is not about Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton, this is about giving credit where it’s due to Kellyanne Conway. 1,817 more words


New Research Provides Independent PR Firm Benchmarks

As public relations professionals, we’re dealing with industry data every day, using it to help our clients or executives make better decisions. But when it comes to our own data, most of us fly blind when it comes to benchmarking against our peers. 686 more words

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Why Brands Must Personalize the PR Experience

So you’ve heard about the customer experience, and the user experience but what about the Public Relations experience?

At Forrester’s Customer Marketing conference held last week in New York, speakers ranging from Casey Carey, director of marketing at Google Analytics to Stephen Kennedy, director of loyalty marketing at Dominos discussed how personalization is helping brands succeed. 464 more words

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