While scientists have spent years trying to prove beyond question that dark matter exists— with some estimates suggesting 80% of the universe’s total mass is invisible to the naked eye— in marketing and comms we have long been able to deliver tangible evidence to show public relations works. So why are some corners of the jury still out?
Over the weekend news hit that the UK’s best-loved cut-price pub chain was closing all its social media accounts— both centralised and for each of its 900 or so individual sites— sparking widespread debate as to why this decision has been made. Let’s look at the angles, then.
Weekly HighSince our last Blagger’s Blog we’re delighted to have seen news that Manchester City Council is intending to make our hometown the first city region in the UK to ban single use plastic. How’s that for good PR?
Weekly LowThis week the BBC has admitted that a scene from the documentary series Human...
A new book has been published which looks to highlight the risks of heavy ‘screen time’ within the context of young people’s education. This comes after successive studies have shown that social media and mental health problems are worryingly compatible bed fellows.