Marketing spiel, lightbulb cartels and falling tablet sales

Lightbulb If the latest statistics are much to go by it seems the days of increasing tablet sales could be a thing of the past as the world’s best selling model has seen a fall in units shifted of nearly 50% during the last quarter. Now don’t get us wrong, as tech-loving public relations pros we love the iPad, and believe it’s a...

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May 2014 in the Smoking Gun study

  As spring quickly turns into summer there’s plenty to feel cheerful about from where we’re sitting. Not least our latest client win, with more new members of the family joining the fold and our wonderful new offices to boot. After a smooth and virtually seamless move to our new address here on Bridge Street, it gives us great pleasure...

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A plethora of impressive pet PR campaigns

Crufts As all our clients, and most of our professional contacts know, staff at this Manchester public relations agency love creatures great and small. That’s the reason we’ve worked with firms like The Kennel Club, and helped launch Mysocialpetwork as well as throwing our weight behind the amazing work of Support Adoption For Pets. Given this shared appreciation for feathered, scaly and furry friends, and...

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My tip for the winners of World Cup 2014: Nike

  The only thing that will be anywhere near as hotly contested as the World Cup this summer is the battle between the brands looking to make the most ‘noise’ during the tournament in Brazil. Theoretically speaking, you’d expect Adidas, the primary sponsor of the competition, to be the brand to beat in the buzz stakes – but it never...

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The Blagger’s Blog 20th December 2013

happyEnding  A weekly roundup of media news and talking points, sans effort  

Thought for the Week

“Christmas doesn’t come from a store, maybe Christmas perhaps means a little bit more….” Dr. Seuss, in How The Grinch Stole Christmas. 

Weekly High

In true festive spirit, the best thing we’ve seen all week- other...

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