When PR goes wrong – some examples of PR fails

When PR goes wrong – some examples of PR fails

What happens when PR goes wrong? In business it takes years to build a great reputation, but all that hard work can be destroyed in a few moments if you get things wrong. If you’ve experienced a PR disaster the best thing you can do is acknowledge, make amends...
International Women’s Day PR Campaigns

International Women’s Day PR Campaigns

Every year on 8 March, the world comes together to celebrate the achievements of women. So we decided to take a look at how brands are getting involved with some of the best International Women’s Day PR campaigns. International Women’s Day always seems to create...
Social media developments you need to know about

Social media developments you need to know about

Pesky technology never stands still. Here at London PR we keep you up to date with the social media developments you need to know about – now. Twitter abuse filter For the past few years, trolls on Twitter have become a serious problem. They hurl abuse at not...
Trump and the serious business of fake news

Trump and the serious business of fake news

By Steve McComish Donald Trump didn’t invent the phrase “Fake News” but his branding of organisations which he perceives as peddling misinformation has done much to popularise the term in the public consciousness. But what exactly does fake news mean anyway? Is it...
Busy time for our little sister

Busy time for our little sister

Our sister agency Notts PR got off to a great start this month with projects for hair loss mentor Spencer Stevenson and tough talking weight loss guru Steve Miller both making national headlines. Media hits for Spencer include the Daily Express, Daily Mail, Daily...
New website for Notts PR

New website for Notts PR

Yay! We are delighted to announce the arrival of our new baby sister – Notts PR. Our regional team in Nottingham are stepping out from behind London PR‘s mighty shadow to trade under their own brand – imaginatively titled Notts PR. The move is...