Case Files

iPhoneography- another word for nothing?

As a good PR agency new trends interest us enormously. Likewise, we’re inspired by the way language now develops from technology in the communication age.

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Formats for the future

You may have noticed changes are afoot in the world of traditional print media. Glamour and Good Housekeeping launched regional variations last year, and The Independent revealed its new i publication, but it doesn’t stop there. Read on to find out more.

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Check it out… it’s like a virus

Smoking Gun PR takes a look at the viral adverts that have stood out over the years

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What a difference a street makes

Who would have thought that a bunch of people living in two-up, two-downs in Salford would engage a nation with their problematic lives?

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The power of words

Daring campaigns like this are, at times, the best way forward if you’re looking for something memorable, but there’s a point when innovation and impact should be balanced by suitability.

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Hogging the front pages – how to g...

Hogging the front pages of nearly every national is impressive work by anyone’s standards and Smoking Gun PR looks at what’s caught the editor’s attention.

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Nationals Go Regional

The London-centric media have just discovered life beyond the M25, apparently. And this section of the Great British public is…

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The Apple Gets Bigger

Standard & Poors, the global ratings agency, have classified the iPod producer as the second most valuable company on Earth.

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An 'i' on the future

The first new national weekday publication to hit Britain in almost 25 years is now on sale.

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