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This blog shares the latest PR thinking from across our three offices, as well as a behind-the-scenes look at some of our most exciting projects and events.
The changing face of breaking news - how Twitter got there firstPublished: 30 August 11 Written by Administrator PR
What do American football team the Indianapolis Colts and a 5.8 magnitude earthquake have in common? They both made headlines unexpectedly last week in the United States. What else? They both did it over Twitter first.
Thoughts of an international PRPublished: 12 August 11 Written by Administrator PR
Ronan Cloud, Account Manager at SE10, answers a few questions on traveling.
Teh rite’s and wrong’s of grammer and spelingPublished: 22 July 11 Written by Administrator Writing
With much of the world communicating regularly through Tweets, Facebook posts and text messages, do spelling, punctuation and proper grammar really matter anymore?
The Power of the Press ReleasePublished: 20 July 11 Written by Administrator PR
A recent study estimated that the average person living in a metropolitan city is exposed to 5,000 advertisements each day- and 54 percent of people make efforts to avoid ads when possible. In this era of “information overload,” the good old-fashioned press release should not be overlooked as a vehicle to reach your target audience.
Summer sunPublished: 29 June 11 Written by Administrator Tenesol
When it rains, it pours: this month, three American industry giants announced, within just days – and completely independently – of each other, their plans to help beef up solar energy usage in the US.
Why English is the language of businessPublished: 24 June 11 Written by Administrator Business
Today, business is global. And of course it needs a common language. But why is that language English? Well, there are two major reasons.