Public relations predictions and resolutions: Smoking Gun's non-Dry Jan plan

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With the sun shining through our Manchester office windows, the Queen back to good health after reminding us all of her mortality, and Iain Duncan Smith finally clarifying exactly what the government’s Brexit goals are (‘leave Europe‘), you could be forgiven for not being too upset that the festive season is over.

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And, even if you are, just think about how much cheaper and healthier the month ahead is going to be. See, it’s not all bad news, despite Home Alone no-longer being a legitimate way to spend an afternoon.
So, Happy New Year from all here at Smoking Gun, a public relations agency in Manchester that prides itself on achieving global standards of ingeniousness. We hope you had a great break from work if time off happened, and now feel suitably re-charged, if a little Stilton-ed out, and ready to tackle 2017 in all its hopeful glory.
We certainly are.
Staring down the barrel of an open and yet-to-be-filled calendar can feel a little intimidating, though, and as such we thought some guidance might be useful over the next couple of weeks. The idea being to ensure that none of our readers will find themselves caught short as new trends, apps, tech, and more begin to make an impact on the marketing, PR and media industries.
As such we’re dedicating this month to both predictions for the immediate future, and the resolutions businesses should be making when it comes to best practice and approach in the world of promoting products, companies and brands. From the latest consumer habits and trends, to new tricks of these ever-changing trades, from next week keep an eye out for more evidence of why we’re currently ranked amongst the best PR, communication and social media blogs in the world (and therefore also known universe).
Needless to say, then, this January our content is going to be anything but dry.

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