Insights from PR Place
All public relations is political
Not all public relations is public affairs, but all public relations is political argues Richard Bailey.
This week in PR (1 April)
Here's our pick of content and commentary from #ThisWeekinPR (a day early because of Easter).
Development with dignity, campaigns with creativity
We need to move to communications that portray people with dignity and respect, but also as people with existences full of things that aren’t just misery and desperation, argues Christina Berry-Moorcroft.
A year of learning virtually
Participation inequality remains an issue with online learning and events argues Richard Bailey. It's easy to turn up, but not always easy to tune in.
How to Develop a Content Marketing Strategy
Mel Cains proposes a step-by-step approach to developing a content strategy in the latest PR Place guide.
The future of remote working
Guest author Christine Virginie explores the effects of remote working on internal communication practice.
Guide to developing a content strategy
A step-by-step guide to developing a successful content strategy.
This week in PR (19 March)
Here's our editor's pick of content and conversations from #ThisWeekinPR.
Rise of the Infodemic
Whilst the world is battling an unprecedented global health crisis, Carly Ratcliffe discusses whether using digital platforms to mediate communications around Covid-19 has fanned the flames through a fake news culture, or has been a useful instantaneous media source.
This week in PR (12 March)
One talking point dominated discussions #ThisWeekinPR (and it wasn't Harry and Meghan).
Covid-19: Is this the catalyst needed to give public relations leaders their place in the boardroom?
'Now is our time to step forward and help guide our senior leaders through the Covid-19 fog and update our customers and stakeholders on developments' argues guest author Vicky Shepherd.