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.
For many public relations practitioners, term demand generation seems like something taken straight from the fantasy world. This term, however, should be in a lexicon of every comms professional. I caught up with my colleague Pete Morgan, Vice President of Demand, Metia to find out more about marketing practice and how it can be integrated with PR. I also took this opportunity to ask Pete about his career advice.
Here’s yet another post starting with the somewhat familiar Twitter is awesome statement, emphasising how powerful the platform is in connecting with some brilliant people. That’s exactly how I met the shrewd Maja Pawinska Sims.
I was always impressed by University of Greenwich PR students. Their PR Fraternity became a platform for networking and out-of-class learning from top PR pros. I recently caught up with Fraternity’s President, the fabulous Cheyenne O’Kane, to find out more about their incredible work.
I love Twitter. It connected me with so many clever people. Including Jeremy Waite, whose Ten Words I’ve recently reviewed. It inspired me and left me with many unanswered questions. I decided to reach out to Jeremy and chat to him. All about careers, personal projects, and passion.