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  • The blogosphere has been killed off by paid for content produced by PROs and professional bloggers. That’s the claim made by Paul Boutin, Editor, Wired magazine, who said: “Cut-rate journalists...

    Have PROs killed the blogosphere?

    The blogosphere has been killed off by paid for content produced by PROs and professional bloggers. That’s the claim made by Paul Boutin, Editor, Wired magazine, who said: “Cut-rate journalists...

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  • I live in the coolest part of London, according to an article in the London Paper today. The survey, which was conducted by Farebrother surveyors claims that Midtown London is...

    Cool as a cucumber

    I live in the coolest part of London, according to an article in the London Paper today. The survey, which was conducted by Farebrother surveyors claims that Midtown London is...

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  • Last week I had hoped to attend the London Bloggers Meetup, which was sponsored by Smirnoff. Unfortunately I couldn’t make it, but I was impressed by Smirnoff’s PR efforts nonetheless....

    Have a drink on me

    Last week I had hoped to attend the London Bloggers Meetup, which was sponsored by Smirnoff. Unfortunately I couldn’t make it, but I was impressed by Smirnoff’s PR efforts nonetheless....

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  • This weekend I attended the closing down party at the Underground night club in Southport, which is one of my all-time favourite haunts. Like many closing down sales and farewell...

    Discover your potential: Shut down

    This weekend I attended the closing down party at the Underground night club in Southport, which is one of my all-time favourite haunts. Like many closing down sales and farewell...

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  • During a recent trip to Berlin, my friends and I came across moving advertisements in Alexanderplatz. The adverts, which I assume were either robotic or remote controlled, really grabbed my...

    How moving: What PR can learn from advertising

    During a recent trip to Berlin, my friends and I came across moving advertisements in Alexanderplatz. The adverts, which I assume were either robotic or remote controlled, really grabbed my...

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  • I was tagged by Ben Matthews, in an Internet MeMe, that involves picking three innovative communicators, that have influenced me. This is the blurb: “The idea’s simple. We’re asking you...

    Three communication prunks

    I was tagged by Ben Matthews, in an Internet MeMe, that involves picking three innovative communicators, that have influenced me. This is the blurb: “The idea’s simple. We’re asking you...

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  • According to the New York Times bloggers are living in a world of 24/7 stress. Berocca news jacked this by setting up a website offering a free blogger relief pack...

    I wanna get fizzical

    According to the New York Times bloggers are living in a world of 24/7 stress. Berocca news jacked this by setting up a website offering a free blogger relief pack...

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  • It occurred to me today that just one of the many blogs I subscribe to is written by a woman; the lovely Susannah Wyeth. In an industry were 62 per...

    Where are all the women?

    It occurred to me today that just one of the many blogs I subscribe to is written by a woman; the lovely Susannah Wyeth. In an industry were 62 per...

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  • This week, Rainier PR conducted a mid-summer media consumption study. We surveyed 1,000 Londoners to find out which silly season stories they find least interesting. It turned out that nearly...

    3 ways to improve your Facebook polls

    This week, Rainier PR conducted a mid-summer media consumption study. We surveyed 1,000 Londoners to find out which silly season stories they find least interesting. It turned out that nearly...

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  • Less than two months since astro-turfing became illegal, the Carphone Warehouse has been accused of doing just that by Ian Delaney, the editor of New Media Knowledge, who recently noticed...

    The grass is always greener when it’s astroturf

    Less than two months since astro-turfing became illegal, the Carphone Warehouse has been accused of doing just that by Ian Delaney, the editor of New Media Knowledge, who recently noticed...

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