On the first day of my university degree, I was told by my lecturer that as a PR pro, one of the hardest tasks you will face is measuring the effectiveness of your PR activity and showing the client how you have made them a return on their investment.
My Mother always said to me that the nicest thing you can do for someone you love is prepare them a home-cooked meal.
This Saturday will see the Scots among us celebrate in true highland style for Burn’s night – the annual celebration commemorating the life and works of Scottish poet, Robert Burns. Celebrated on, or around, the Bard of Ayrshire’s birthday, January 25th, Burns Suppers can range from formal gatherings to informal rave-ups of drunkards and louts.
We’re easily suckered in by a good Facebook competition (especially Roxanne, who seems to win every single time!).
Halloween is almost upon us, a time to trick or treat, carve pumpkins, scare your friends and attend ghoulish parties dressed up as something horrifying, (this year I will be going as Miley Cyrus).
The viral nature of Twitter makes it an excellent platform to increase awareness of your brand, attract new business and really get people talking about what you have to offer.
We promised last week that we’d reveal our top ten interiors blogs; obviously there are many good blogs out there, but here are a few of our favourites. Bright.Bazaar The ultimate antidote to the mid-week slump, stepping into Will Taylor (Mr Bazaar)’s world is akin to running through a rainbow of intrigue.
As more and more people – from high school students to high-flying city execs – cotton on to the joys of blogging, it can be hard to separate the wheat from the chaff and stumble across a truly wonderful blog. Anyone can be a blogger these days; all you need is a computer, internet connection […]