Tulisa Trial

What should Tulisa do next? Top three celebrity comebacks ever!

All last week Tulisa Contostavlos dominated headlines and column inches following the collapse of the drugs trail against her. At the time it seemed like ‘case closed’ and our very own Phil Hall was asked onto Good Morning Britain to …

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Red Bull Jump

How PR stunts can help you raise the profile of your business. Top ten PR stunts of all time.

PR stunts have been used as a means to raise the profile of businesses, brands, organisations and individuals for centuries. You could even argue that as far back as Roman times gladiatorial events and parades were little more than elaborate …

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Could the 2015 Election Win the Youths Vote via Social Media?

Is 2015 the year for a Social Media Election? In just under a year’s time the nation will be getting ready to cast their vote for the 2015 UK General Election. Parties are already discussing battle tactics to make sure …

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What should Tulisa do next? Phil Hall talks personal reputation management on Good Morning Britain

What should Tulisa do next? Phil Hall talks personal reputation management on Good Morning Britain

Following the collapse of trial against Tulisa Contostavlos over drugs allegations PR expert Phil Hall talks to Good Morning Britain about the X factor star’s future. Can she come out of her ordeal stronger? How can she manage media interest? What …

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Michelle for Lipsy, PHA

Another week, another collaboration – Michelle Keegan for Lipsy

Former Coronation Street star Michelle Keegan recently unveiled her first collection with Lipsy, something she claims is a ‘dream come true’.  Michelle may have a legion of fans queueing up to copy her style, but does her collection have what …

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Glasgow Commonwealth Games PR

Has the PR for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games worked? New survey suggests most Brits don’t know the opening ceremony is tonight

While organisers are eager to play down comparisons with the London 2012 Olympics, tonight’s Commonwealth Games opening ceremony in Glasgow is expected to be world class, bringing in an international audience of over a billion. Yet, according to a new …

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Glasgow 2014

As Glasgow faces its biggest PR test hosting the 2014 Commonwealth Games, we look at the top ten opening ceremonies of all time

  With the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony due to take place in Glasgow on Wednesday, we wanted to look back at some of the world’s greatest opening ceremonies – from the Olympics to the Rugby World Cup. Hosting a major …

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Phil Hall

How can you protect your company from a media crisis? Phil Hall’s top ten tips

Read Phil Hall’s latest article on how you can protect your company/organisation or brand from a media crisis. In his article written exclusively for Fresh Business Thinking, Phil reveals his top ten tips and discusses how, while all crisis situations are different, …

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It's amazing how much you can learn from just one month in the world of PR.

What I’ve learned from a month in PR

Monday morning, Wardour Street, Soho, 8am. Not due to be in the office until 9 a.m., I was two coffees down and definitely rather anxious about my first day in the big wide working world. The first thing I learnt …

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Anti Putin Headlines

Is this the final nail in Putin’s PR coffin? Top five anti Putin headlines.

It could hardly be said that before the tragic crash of airline MH17 Russian Vladimir Putin’s reputation was untarnished. The invasion of the Crimea, Russia’s stance towards homosexuals highlighted in the winter Olympics and allegations of corruption in the presidential …

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Kim Kardashian, pha

Body image: The lesson we can all learn from Kim Kardashian

As if the real-life Barbie isn’t enough, there’s now the woman who’s spent £20,000 on trying to make herself look like Kim Kardashian. Claire Leeson, who has undergone surgery in order to look like her reality TV star idol, doesn’t …

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Pink Street

Will Google’s Right to be Forgotten help you protect your brand’s reputation?

It would have been music to the ears of those with reputation management needs – and their advisors – across the UK and Europe. The so-called Google Right to be Forgotten, on the face of it, seemed to be the …

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