How do you evaluate Christmas TV ads – warm glow or hard sales?
Last week my daughter emailed me with a link and message saying ‘cutest ad ever’. It was! It was the Heathrow Airport teddies Christmas ad (click on the link below and you might need a hankie). However, I had just got back from delivering a CIPR
Four lessons Boaty McBoatface can teach us about online campaigns
The saga of Boaty McBoatface has gripped the world for several weeks now and few could have failed to have missed it. It’s a tale of internet silliness butting heads with serious institutions amid a viral campaign that ran amok and generated acres of
The Apple Watch arrives – but what are the implications of wearable technology for business?
Perhaps the biggest issue for wearable technology is how they will impact on businesses. Such devices raise a number of questions, ranging from should they even be allowed in the workplace to how will they transform the way we communicate and work together,
Empty seats at the Olympics – what lessons for corporate sponsorship and entertaining?
The pictures of empty seats at the Olympics will no doubt resonate with many a business that struggled to fill seats at their own events. I’ve always said to clients and contacts that I’m happy to be asked to dinners or events at the last minute –
10 powerful tools to increase sales through Twitter – with thanks to Joel Comm
I’ve just spent two weeks on holiday with a pile of books on social media for business. I really want to sharpen up the results that can be achieved for our clients and improve our technical knowledge. So far, I’m finding two thirds of each book
Five good reasons why Facebook is good for business
When we talk to clients about social media they usually dismiss Facebook as not being appropriate for their business. But if you are working with or targeting young professionals then you should certainly be considering Facebook as part of your marketing