This week in PR (20 May)
#ThisWeekinPR you've been talking about accessibility, B Corp status, remote working, the cost of living, the challenges facing refugees from Ukraine, reputation lessons from libel trials and visiting the metaverse.
Briefing: Google Analytics
Google Analytics is changing. We explain why this matters and what you need to do next.
This week in PR (13 May)
Wellbeing, Wagatha Christie, energy, elections, engagement or alignment were among the topics discussed #ThisWeekinPR.
This week in PR (6 May)
Here's our pick of content and conversations from #ThisWeekinPR. Plus we announce the shortlist for #prstudent #CreatorAwards22.
This week in PR (29 April)
Highlights from content and conversations #ThisWeekinPR include views on Elon Musk's Twitter takeover; disagreement on personal branding; and a valuable discussion: is community the latest missed opportunity for public relations?
A PR student’s guide to dissertations
A supervisor and a student offer their advice on how to approach an undergraduate dissertation in public relations.
This week in PR (22 April)
PR for trees; Archbishop Justin Welby; and twitterstorms were among your talking points #ThisWeekinPR.
This week in PR (14 April)
Chartered Practitioner status and 'partygate' (again) were two of the talking points #ThisWeekinPR.
This week in PR (8 April)
Energy policy and climate action are two of the topics you've been discussing #ThisWeekinPR.
Briefing: professional ethics
We draw on professional codes and the academic literature to provide an overview of ethics in public relations.
This Week in PR (1 April)
There's plenty of good content #ThisWeekinPR, but if you read one thing make it Farzana Baduel's thoughts on servicing dirty money.
This week in PR (25 March)
Once again, P&O Ferries, Ukraine and leadership are top talking points from #ThisWeekinPR.