The surprising survival of blogging
Blogging is 21: it’s come of age. It’s a dated term, but there’s continued value in sharing ideas.
Rowing against the tide
Richard Bailey challenges orthodox thinking around ethics, conscience and CSR.
Back to School – Should you study for a professional qualification?
Dr Heather Yaxley answers questions about the CIPR professional PR qualifications.
Middle-aged, middle-class midlifer David Sawyer has written a self-help guide on living well and retiring early.
Those who can, do…
Professional qualifications can be a way to fast track your move from doing to advising.
Review: The Art & Craft of PR and Myths of PR
We review two recent books by practitioners - one from the US, the other from the UK.
PR girl stereotype damages all women in PR
Guest contributor Kay Seago looks behind the data to ask about the continuing gender pay gap in public relations.
What are we? An industry? A profession? An occupation?
Public relations is a professionalising field - but not a full profession. We review the arguments in favour of the status quo.
2010: a story of evolution and survival
Eight years on from the Barcelona Principles, there's still work to do to get the evaluation messsage out there.
From council copywriter to corporate counsellor
In the ten years since graduating with a PR degree, Stacey Stothard has moved from copywriting to corporate communication.