Introducing our #prstudent #bestPRblogs contest
We're running the PR student #bestPRblogs contest again. Here's the what, when and why.
How I write a blog post
2018 #bestPRblogs winner Orlagh Shanks shares her secrets. Writers sit in garrets late into the night, surrounded by books.
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.
Those who can, do…
Professional qualifications can be a way to fast track your move from doing to advising.
The state of public relations education
The UK's longest-established BA Public Relations degree course is no longer recruiting.
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.
Creating your global community of storytellers
Lucinda Neal discusses the rise of user generated content within the digital communication landscape.
Learning from history. Learning from failure.
Heather Yaxley reports on the International History of Public Relations Conference 2018 held in Bournemouth.
Review: Communicating Causes
We review a 'much needed and timely' book that explores the value of public relations to not-for-profit organisations.
‘Stealing thunder’ in sports public relations
In this CIPR Professional PR Diploma assignment, Stuart Moffatt argues for 'stealing thunder' in sports PR.