Vuelio’s Top 10 UK PR blogs 2015

Every year, PR software and services company Cision (which was acquired by Vuelio in June 2015) publishes a ranking of what it considers to be the top ten PR blogs in the UK. Last week, the latest list for 2015 was published and I’m pleased to note this this blog is ranked by Vuelio as the number 1 PR blog in the UK for the fourth year running. Here’s the full list: Top 10 UK PR Blogs 2015 Blog Sole…

FIR #823: Do brands need Chief Narrative Officers?

Intro: Joe Thornley is sitting in for Neville on the penultimate episode of The Hobson & Holtz Report; the final show, episode 824, will air next Monday; a few words about For Immediate Release, the show that will fill the void left by Neville‚Äôs departure; Quick News: Facebook responds to suggestions that it benefits from copyright violations and introduces a new tool to help fight them; publisher performance on Instagram is through the roof; Instagram abandons the square-only photo and…

A key lesson in political fund-raising

President Clinton is Really Smart. Mountain View, California, 1995. During his reelection campaign, President Bill Clinton attended a fundraiser thrown by the top CEOs of Silicon Valley. L. John Doerr (center) helped organize the visit at the home of Regis McKenna. During dinner, the CEOs peppered Clinton with questions related to complex technology, trade, and economic issues. Listening patiently, the president smoothly delivered a point-by-point response to each guest, revealing a jaw-dropping breadth of knowledge about all the issues, even…

FIR #822: The case against impressions as a digital metric

Updated on September 6, 2015 View image | gettyimages.com Intro: Red Folder is free for a year to those affected by fires in the U.S. West, IABC Fellows talk measurement and ROI live this Thursday on ‘Circle of Fellows’; Quick News: Drones are taking off in the oil industry, the U.S. federal government partners with Yelp to get citizen reviews, personal photos at work: pictures that paint a thousand words; mobile messaging has come of age; CustomScoop promo; News That…

Mapping to the centimetre

If you think about maps, you probably think about Google Maps and Street View or sat nav hardware and software from TomTom, Garmin and many others. Maps like these – all digital and available on almost any mobile device you choose – are light years on from paper maps and how map makers envisioned the role of maps and how people would use them. It’s hard to imagine trying to go anywhere these days using only a printed paper map.…

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