August Newsletter – Measuring results, mental health and a cone on your head

August Newsletter – Measuring results, mental health and a cone on your head

Welcome to the August Newsletter. What’s the point in blogging? No seriously, who reads your stuff? The answer should be your customers. We all have a website in order to sell our product or service, so we need to focus on our audience. I did an SEO course this week which blew my mind, it […]

9 things I love about Glasgow’s Buchanan Street

Posted by on Jun 8, 2017 in business, Social Media Strategy | 2 Comments
9 things I love about Glasgow’s Buchanan Street

1 The music – the Glasgow buskers are really bloody good. I particularly love when those wild kilted guys dance about to the drums and bagpipes
2 Karen Millen – I want everything, even though I can’t afford most of it. (Though they do have good sales)
3 The chat – I’ve lived in Aberdeen, where strangers […]

From media training to the lunchtime news

From media training to the lunchtime news

The client: Laurence McIntosh – joiners and cabinet makers – Edinburgh
The brief: Media training followed by media relations support
The outcome: Successful training, appearance on BBC TV news, full page article in The Herald and The Press & Journal, picture story in the Scotsman

Sometimes in PR you have to act fast. While having lunch with a […]

Making an impact online: 29Studios

Making an impact online: 29Studios

The eighth company to feature in our ‘making an impact online’ guest blog series is 29Studios. I’m so chuffed founder Kev O’Neil made us an exclusive video – and I think the content will really make you think… If you’re still wondering if your company should be making videos, not only is the answer “YES!” […]

Follower numbers – it’s quality, not quantity

Posted by on Nov 16, 2010 in Social Media Strategy | No Comments

If you forked out for a stand at an exhibition, would you rather say hello to all 500 delegates as they entered the hall or have meaningful conversations with 20 visitors who turned into clients? It’s easier to wave than engage, but it won’t cover the cost of your stand.
The same is true of Twitter, Facebook […]