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Quick Tips for Better Emails

Email and Mobile

Sure, we’re public relations professionals, but that doesn’t mean that strong communication skills always come naturally. Like anything, honing our communication abilities – both oral and written – takes time and practice. For most of us, email is a regular form of contact with our globally dispersed clients. It’s how we relay media opportunities, updates […]

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Fifty Shades of Marketing

50 Shades of Marketing

Whether or not you’ve read enough E.L. James to become intimately familiar with Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele, chances are by now you’ve seen the 2 minutes and 34 seconds of steam, tension and passion in the Fifty Shades of Grey movie trailer that made its rounds on the Internet yesterday after its release on […]

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How to Deal with Gossip and Rumors on Social Media


“Gossip is what no one claims to like, but everybody enjoys.” – Joseph Conrad I have gossiped about people in the past and I have gossiped about people today. There, I said it. I’m guilty of doing something that is generally regarded as bad behavior, but everyone does it and they certainly do it on […]

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Influencer Relations: Child’s Play

Toy influencer relations

At every influencer relations event you get at least one great question. It’s usually the obvious ones that are the best – as they make you think the hardest. At the DMG offices, four days before moving day (it might have been the first and last European presentation in the shortest time span in DMG […]

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Links of the Week: “You can’t spell Social Media without CIA”


Jerry Seinfeld, George Carlin and the CIA — some of the greatest comedians of our generation? Well, since creating a Twitter account last month, the U.S.’s Central Intelligence Agency has had some strange, yet surprisingly amusing, posts.  Not something you’d expect from an organization that has the perception of being covert and stern. So why […]

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The Next Big Thing

the next big thing

Change is constant, and what is popular today is almost never in favor tomorrow. For example, not very long ago MySpace was an important social media destination, but in spite of recent facelifts and rebranding opportunities, it will never out-compete the giant that is Facebook. Google recently killed off Orkut after ten years to focus on […]

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So You’ve Got Yourself a (New) PR Agency… Now What?

LEWIS PR - So you’ve got yourself a (new) PR agency…now what?

You did it! After a long and exhausting pitching process you picked a PR agency, although the choice was tough. One agency had great ideas, but unfortunately didn’t quite fit your budget. You felt an instant connection with the team from another agency, but they happened to have the least ‘out of the box’ ideas. You probably went for the agency that ticked most of your boxes. I do hope that it is the one you had that ‘click’ with, because if […]

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How Real-Time Marketing Won the 2014 World Cup


What a month this has been – for football fans and marketers alike! Over the last four weeks, the world has once more fallen in love with football, and all the frenzy that comes with it. The emotions, the elaborate commercials, surprising match results. And for the first time in the history of the World […]

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