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As a PR agency professiWhat football an teach PR peopleonal and a football fan, I’m always interested in the PR tactics of the big Premier League footie teams. So I was reflecting today on how Arsenal’s Arsene Wenger and the club’s PR team deliberately delayed the announcement of a long term striker injury this week in order to protect their negotiating position as they sought to bring in a replacement during the summer transfer window.

Here’s a round-up of PR, tech and marketing articles that caught our eye online in recent days. Includes PR advice for young companies straight from Facebook’s head of tech comms, why tech journos must keep their distance from big brands , the growing importance of long form content, and new guidelines for video bloggers from the Committee of Advertising Practice.

Whenever there’s a big tech news story such as Google’s rebranding to Alphabet earlier this week, industry journalists are inundated with PRs offering comment from their clients in the hope they’ll get quoted in articles. When is it a good idea for PRs to try this approach? And when should you give it a miss?

It feels as though there are increasing numbers of media titles targeting marketers right now. And I’m wondering if the extra buzz in the sector  is connected to marketers spending more on technology than ever before –meaning publishers can make money selling advertising to marketing tech suppliers.

Here’s a round-up of PR, tech and marketing articles that caught our eye online in recent days. Includes stories on how online media can suffer without Google News, the horrors that result when algorithms get it wrong and how a viral social media story has meant a dentist-come game hunter has been forced into hiring a PR agency after killing a famous lion in Zimbabwe.

Here's around-up of PR, tech and marketing articles that caught our eye online in recent days. Includes stories on how exseutives can learn to 'evanglise' their company's products and services; how the IT dept acts as a barrier to new technology; and a study of why  the 'sex-sells' maxim may not actually be true.