Twitter allows brands to target users through emoji

My friends all know that I love three things: Bulldogs, Michael Jackson and emoji (order subject to change). I can’t help it – each one makes me smile, lifts my spirits and puts a spring in my step. And, I’m loving that the latter is still riding high with users and brands alike. A trend […]

Anya Hindmarch’s cereal partnership is far from soggy

If you didn’t fancy a bowl of Kellogg’s finest before reading this blog, you will now. Thanks to fashion designer Anya Hindmarch – the woman behind the ‘I’m Not a Plastic Bag’ campaign – the latest trend is vintage-inspired accessories that pay homage to big brands. From Ariel washing powder clutches and Custard Cream purses […]

PR: Lost in translation

Have you ever spoken so passionately in client meetings that you don’t even understand what your saying? You know the meetings I mean – pitching in that big idea to get closer to your contacts to show them what you can do. Today, I’ve done something similar. I’ve spoken a pidgin English; a combination of […]

Peter Andre serves decent coffee from a skip

Celebrity Peter Andre must be ‘Insania’ if he’ll attend the opening of a skip. But, hey we’re PRs; we can make it happen. He turned up outside the Houses of Parliament yesterday to launch United Coffee‘s new campaign, called ‘Make Decent Coffee‘, encouraging people to throw their instant blends away into the skip in exchange for […]