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Social media security and privacy

Since the progression in the digital world and huge advance of web 2.0, social media has been thriving for the last 20 years. As much as this brings about many positives in society, there are many users under grave danger. 744 more words

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PR campaigns

No matter what size a company or organisation is, PR strategies are seriously important – whether it’s promoting new products or campaigns or purely to raise awareness and public interest. 349 more words

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What effect will Brexit have on the PR industry?

With Theresa May promising to trigger article 50 by March 2017, the entire of the UK now has doubts to the effect it will have on the country. 292 more words

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The Best Place to Work

Friday dress code, everyone gets to choose what everyone should wear on Friday!

first picture taken at the new office space, at that time. Now Weber Shandwick will be moving to another office space… 809 more words

Public Relations

Snapchat and Filters

Written by: Yoo Young Lee, AAE for CWU College of Arts and Humanities

According to Martin-Wilbourn Partners, Snapchat is now β€œthe third most popular social network among millennials.” 451 more words

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Which PR publications should you read?

There are a number of PR publications, all of which communicate to a specific audience through both their website layout and news/features content. This post will compare those that are aimed at audiences of different levels such as PR Examples, PR Week, PR Moment and Communicate Magazine with those who are targeting professionals and individuals who are looking to move into PR roles through platforms like Gorkana, The Holmes Report and Corporate Comms Magazine. 689 more words

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Role models for millennial communications practitioners

Having just read β€œMillennials in PR cite ‘lack of role models’ and dissatisfaction after two years” from PR Week, it struck me that I am in fact, a millennial communications practitioner, not that I would ever call myself that in my everyday life, but the subject of the article got me thinking; do I feel the same way? 316 more words

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