Rev PR are very pleased to be speaking at the British Franchise Association’s Women in Franchising conference on 16th November. We’ll be sharing the stage with Catriona Berry from Merry Maids to discuss using PR to raise your brand profile and how to deal with enquiries. This blog is a quick intro to explain what [...]
This time we're in Elite Franchise magazine talking about the importance of using franchisee stories in your PR. You can read the full article by clicking here or pick up the January 2017 issue of Elite Franchise. It's great to see our client, Ian Christelow from ActionCOACH, providing expert comment too.
Not to be confused with slagging off the competition! The PR sin of wrath focuses on how you conduct yourself when faced with negativity in a public forum which, let’s be honest, these days means mainly online. We all know (or at least most of us do!) how to behave when networking or at industry [...]
This time in our blog with FranchiseExpo.co.uk, we talk about the PR creative process and how to make the most out of a PR brainstorm. Read the article by clicking here.
We're delighted to be on a panel of expert contributors to the Franchise Expo website. You can read our first blog "Jump in to the world of PR" by clicking here.
Sin 2: Indulging yourself It’s a hard one for me to write this one. Mainly because I’m guilty of it myself and, on so many occasions, have to slap my own wrists. What do I mean by indulging yourself? Allow me to explain... As a creative writer, I’m prone to long, descriptive sentences reminiscent of [...]
Over the next few weeks we’re going to share with you seven of the biggest PR sins. They are often easy to commit, will undoubtedly hinder your PR efforts and, in some cases, can be damaging to your personal image and brand profile. Read on (if you dare) to find out if you’re guilty and [...]
After catching up with my far-flung friends on Facebook today, it suddenly struck me at how I’ve quickly become used to using emoticons to re-enforce what I am writing. In particular, I’ll use an emoticon to laugh at my own posts to show that I’m joking when the words I use mean that my audience [...]