Can I quote you on that? Part 2: 1D

The General Election ended weeks ago, but that hasn’t stopped boy band super power One Direction from launching its social action manifesto. The X Factor’s most popular product is supporting Action/2015, encouraging fans to share ideas on how they would improve the world. To support the campaign, the band has issued this statement: “Time and […]

Want blogging tips? Don’t go to Google

Punch into Google ‘blogging tips’ and it throws back oodles of articles. So, where’s a budding blogger meant to start? By talking to one. There’s some great ideas out there, courtesy of PR Daily and The Wall. But, the truth is that half of these articles won’t make sense without practical examples. And, that comes […]

It’s a dogs’ life: Absolute Radio crowd-sources song lyrics

I love a good crowd-sourcing project but I didn’t expect to read tonight that Absolute Radio listeners were asked to share their dead dog memories to create a new song. Radio station host Geoff Lloyd launched the ‘Dead Dog Memorial Song‘ after he asked people to share their favourite dog moments – such as eating […]

What have you been talking about in 2012?

As the year comes to an end, search engines and social media platforms are evaluating what people were most interested in during 2012 – the year where global sporting events and celebrity status carried even more weight than normal. Most of the results across the board are similar but there are some curve balls. Here’s […]

Prime Time on the X Factor

You might have heard Prime Time blog get some free PR on the X Factor this evening. Kye Sones (over 28s) sang a cover of Swedish House Mafia’s Save the World track on the ‘club classics’ themed show tonight, which meant much of the UK now knows that ‘we’ll watch it on Prime Time’. Thanks […]