We love learning new facts about words, so here’s a few of our favourites:
We now live in a digital world and our thoughts are often based around short comments on LinkedIn, a team member profile on your website or 280 characters for a twitter update. But what do you do when your creativity deserts you? How do you stop...
Although we take our clients and work very seriously, once you get to know us, you’ll start to see another (sometimes sillier) side to our team. By a different side, I don’t mean a Jekyll and Hyde kind of scenario, instead I’m referring to the...
These days, business cards are sometimes seen as old fashioned or pointless, but remain a useful tool for networking. Although they have been around for years, business cards have, surprisingly, not evolved very much beyond the small...
During my time working at Work PR, I’ve seen many changes in the PR industry – especially over recent years. But one thing that remains the same is the lack of understanding around Public Relations and what it is, meaning I still often...
Recent figures show that Snapchat’s daily users have dropped.
The confusing case of determining if the letter Y is a consonant or a vowel. Or is it both or neither?
There seems to be an award for pretty much everything these days, but do they really mean anything?
As the media landscape becomes cluttered with digital communications, is direct mail making a comeback?
Facebook needs no help advertising its brand – especially when the extra publicity is for all the wrong reasons.
Are the days of trying to chop words to fit a link within Twitter’s character count now a distant memory?
Are there times when clarity of meaning, pacing or brevity dictate a bending of the rules?
Does offline marketing have more effect now we’ve all become used to being bombarded with emails every day?