From brands becoming more human and rebuilding trust to the need for closing the ads gap. Here are the key takeouts from the newly released survey from the social media management platform.Continue reading
Tonight, I’ve had an honour to speak in front of students of the Richmond University on PR blogging. Why would one bother to blog and what are the benefits of it? This is the summary of my talk.
Careers are not just about jobs. You don’t work for free. And sometimes you might make more money than you need and still end up with an overdraft or nothing left on the bank account by the end of the month. Money is not the most important in life, but it is a great tool to make your life better. Here are a few pointers that helped me manage my finance better.
I’m running the London Marathon 2019 for Sense. And I’ll need your help.
I wrote about prioritising a lot when tackling time management. But there’s more to setting priorities. This post is on choosing what’s important beyond daily tasks on to-do.
Public relations is an industry which requires its practitioners to be alert. Always on-call and ready to tackle crises. Always looking out for the new opportunities in media. But sometimes leaving your work in the office is important. Here’s why and how to do it.
I do like to use this blog as a way of documenting my career. I’m always excited to share my thoughts, experiences and what I’ve learnt so far. I’m even more excited when I can invite other people, who have helped me, to share their insights. Richard Bailey has certainly had a huge impact on my blogging and my career. And with the #bestPRblogs contest launching now on PR Place, I thought it would be a great opportunity to ask him a few questions — on blogging, careers and unknown facts about Richard himself.
In the last weeks, I was asked a few times whether I’m still so excited to be working in public relations and whether I’m still loving it as much as I did at the beginning. After careful consideration, my answer would be ‘no.’ But let me explain.
In this guest post, the brilliant Katya Hamilton-Smith writes about her internship in the Corporate Communications department of Visa. She also gives a great advice on how to make the most of such opportunities.
A few thoughts on our generation’s pursuit of likes and doing it for the gram. Is it just our generation’s thing, though?