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By Emma Speirs Director We all suffer from imposter syndrome from time to time. But just how do you ‘do PR’ if you don’t believe the hype yourself? We work with people who are fantastic at what they do. They have been working in their industry for years...

By Katie Macdonald PR Executive Social media has radically changed the way people communicate and share information. Social media and publicity go hand in hand - after all, PR stands for public relations and social media is one of the easiest ways businesses can communicate with the public. Not...

By Katie Macdonald, PR Executive The goal for anyone who works in PR, is to get their client publicity in their target media. This could be featuring them in newspapers, magazines, radio or television. Most PR specialists have had to adapt the way they work in...

I’ve loved listening to stories all my life. When I was a child the best birthday and Christmas presents were always the book-shaped parcels – in all honesty they still are today. English was always my favourite subject at school – any excuse to discover more...

Six months ago, my life completely changed. One morning, I woke up to find that I had severe pins and needles in my left hand. Not really thinking much of it, I carried on with my daily routine. This continued for a few more weeks...

By Laura Smith, Senior PR Executive I only ever wanted to be a journalist growing up. I think it stemmed from having to write an autobiography in middle school and tasting the art of storytelling. It was my favourite schoolgirl project – alongside the Flour Babies...

By Emma Speirs Director of Ballyhoo PR This time last year nobody could have predicted what lay ahead. We were in the early days of the first lockdown and had no idea how long Covid-19 would be a part of our daily lives. When we went into...

by Laura Smith Senior PR Executive With billions of people using the internet daily to find information, it is safe to say that there is endless worth in blogging. Blog posts can be about anything and everything and can offer a whole new window of opportunity for your...

By Laura Smith Senior PR Executive It is certainly a little bit strange starting a new job in a pandemic, there’s no doubt about that. Everything is, of course, done virtually, to comply with current Covid restrictions, and it could feel disjointed and weird. But funnily enough, my...

By Emma Speirs Director of Ballyhoo PR Entering an award can really get your business noticed. No matter what industry your business is in, or how large your organisation is, winning – or even being shortlisted for an award – can give you credibility and enable you to...