3 companies with top class social media accounts

22.07.19

We live in a world that is dominated by technology and social media. Because of this, establishing and maintaining a great online presence is essential to any successful brand. Engaging with existing and potential customers, selling your brand’s story and creating content that will get people talking are major parts of the PR world. Social […]

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How to checkmate your PR goals

19.07.19

It’s international chess day and to celebrate, we’ve compiled a variety of ways on how you can checkmate your PR goals. Believe it or not, PR shares many parallels with chess.

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How to plan and execute a successful social media campaign

19.07.19

It’s a common mistake for brands and other businesses to think that executing a social media campaign is going to be easy. After all, there are loads of teenagers going viral on social media, so how hard can it really be? However, building a social media campaign is more challenging than the existence of teenage […]

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A guide to social listening: how you can infuse social media monitoring into your PR campaigns

18.07.19

For any PR campaign to be successful, it is important to ensure that you are conducting social listening. Social listening and social media monitoring is an essential part of PR planning and stakeholder management and research. It can help you to keep ahead of a crisis or keep up to date with your audiences best interests.

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Top 3 journalists writing about social justice issues

17.07.19

Telling untold stories of people who are vulnerable or oppressed shines the light on injustice and inequality. However, with so many different aspects of social justice, from homelessness to human rights, it’s hard to keep up with all the news within the space. So, we created a list of stellar journalists you can bookmark to […]

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World Emoji Day: The rise of digital languages

17.07.19

In 1999, Japanese artist Shigetaka Kurita designed the first-ever set of 176 emoticons for “i-mode”, an early mobile internet platform. Kurita wanted to design a set of icons that would allow people to convey information in a clear and concise way. Even before Kurita’s pioneer emojis, people were infusing their texts with emotion, using the […]

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5 ways to transform your PR in the third quarter of 2019

16.07.19

We are halfway through 2019 and it goes without saying that regardless of your PR strategy, innovation isn’t just for the start of the year. You’ve probably invested a lot in your PR so far. However, before you execute your PR strategy for the third quarter of the year, you need to know what yielded […]

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What Jaws can teach us about PR

15.07.19

This year Shark Awareness Day is on July 14. To celebrate, here at MediaHQ we’ve taken a look at Jaws to see what we can learn about PR. The summer blockbuster was a monster success, making over $400 million at the box office and spawning three terrible sequels. So successful was the film’s fearsome depiction […]

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Top literary devices to use in your PR

12.07.19

Today marks the first day of the West Cork Literary Festival. The festival began in 1997 and has since welcomed an array of talent, from emerging writers to international bestsellers. To mark the occasion, we at MediaHQ have taken inspiration from the literary festival and have been looking at some of the most effective literary […]

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