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Ben / 18th August 2020

PR or Advertising – which works better?

Essential components of authentic testimonial videos

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It’s okay to miss the office

Working from home with Laura

Working from home with Jamie

Working from home with Matt

Working from home with Ben

Stand up for comics: Igniting a love of reading

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The shortcut to efficiency

Don’t underestimate the importance of face to face meetings

Page vs Pixel – Why new doesn’t always mean better

12 Blogs of Christmas – 12 Drummers Drumming

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12 Blogs of Christmas – 6 Geese A-laying

12 Blogs of Christmas – 5 Gold rings

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Print still has its place and it’s a good place

‘Tis the season for promoting your business

The witching hour at WorkPR

Reaching out with Paid Adverts

Ode to National Poetry Day, the PR way

The types of influencers for B2B

A new website is rarely the answer

Our favourite Roald Dahl books

The writers that inspire the writers

Emojis – The language of now

National Writing Day: 30 days of creativity

Corporate printing: This time it’s personalised

Perfection is the problem and the enemy of fine

Our favourite literary characters

Working in Walsh time

Getting your words out

Embracing individual strengths through the Harry Potter model

Business cards – the forgotten art form

Pick or mix PR? Finding the right balance for your marketing plan

Snapchat’s struggles – a company in freefall?

Is the letter Y a vowel or a consonant?

We’re an award-winning PR agency – apparently

Traditional doesn’t mean outdated – interacting with your audience effectively

Facebook privacy scandal – has it really damaged the social media juggernaut?

Twitter’s 140 characters – a much-needed increase or an information overload?

How do you know when they have finished speaking?

Has offline marketing made a comeback?

Is it time for a website makeover?

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