Posted by JournoLink in Guest Blogger on 11 May 2017 09:15
Working with influencers has become essential for businesses, especially in the fashion industry. Depending on your target audience, you need to adapt your strategy. Our guest blogger, Jacynth, share her experience here.
Posted by JournoLink in Guest Blogger on 04 Apr 2017 16:30
A guide to similarities and differences between bloggers and journalists that all businesses should know when building relationships.
Posted by JournoLink in Guest Blogger on 11 Oct 2016 10:45
Nicola Millington from FP Comms provides her tips on how to balance the conflict between authenticity, business and PR
Posted by JournoLink in Guest Blogger on 16 Aug 2016 10:15
The actions of the HR department can have an influence on how a company is perceived from the outside. The history has taught us that these actions are more likely to be HR mistakes which will often turn into full-fashioned PR nightmares.
Posted by JournoLink in Guest Blogger on 09 Aug 2016 10:15
You’ve worked hard to create and write a story, securing the all-important quotes, sourcing quality photos and diligently contacting the media. Journalists have picked up your story and you are thrilled. But don’t crack open the champers just yet. After getting media coverage, you still have work to do.
Posted by JournoLink in Guest Blogger on 14 Jul 2016 14:30
Jez came for work experience at JournoLink to learn more about PR and startups. The work experience gave him an insight into the business world and what top skills and qualities help to form us at JournoLink.
Posted by JournoLink in Guest Blogger on 05 Jul 2016 10:15
Nicola Millington, Marketing Maven at FP Comms with 15 years’ experience of PR is here to inspire the growth of your business through great communications. These 3 core tips will make you successful in connecting with journalists, bloggers, vloggers and other media in a meaningful way.
Posted by JournoLink in Guest Blogger on 05 Apr 2016 10:15
Most of the biggest PR disasters that happened in recent years will serve as teaching materials for the upcoming generations of leaders. There are several crucial lessons each future leader needs to learn about handling PR disasters if they want to avoid getting the label bad leader permanently stuck to their name.
Posted by JournoLink in Guest Blogger on 29 Feb 2016 10:15
Why do we struggle with getting our message across in a clear, concise and well-communicated presentation? How can we share our story with other business owners?