Tag Archives: PR

Five things I say most weeks

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I recently replied to a post that Sarah Browning shared on LinkedIn where she asked her network what their clients remember from them when they’re not there. It was prompted by a comment from one of Sarah’s clients about hearing her voice while writing a comms strategy. It got me thinking about the phrases I use most […]

Communicating with Generation Z

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We’ve all heard the lazy millennial stereotypes; 20 and 30-somethings glued to their phones, only ceasing their endless scrolling to take another bite of smashed avocado on sourdough. But what about the demographic group that follows millennials? Generation Z refers to people born from the mid-90s to the early 2000s. These are young people who […]

How to get more media coverage for your cause

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Last week I had the pleasure of speaking at the Directory of Social Change Charity Writing and Communications training event on the subject of how good causes can achieve more media coverage. It’s a topic that comes up time and time again with the charities I work with; while there are now more ways than […]

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