Curzon PR kindly asked me to take part in their #PRQuote series after my work with Future PRoof and #PRStack last year and this is what we came up with. 

Yes, yes, yes!

I never believed in the power of yes until this year. It was something other people subscribed to – this idea that opening yourself up to opportunities, particularly when they first present themselves as problems, could lead to bigger and better things. But in 2015 it finally clicked. Having always been of the thinking that […]

The #PRstack community has rallied to Stephen Waddington’s call once more and created a second open source book to help PRs tackle any and all digital nemesis. It also means I’ve been able to crack out a Star Wars pun title, but that’s not even the best thing. The small band of professionals that contributed […]

The latest pieces from me for Gravitas PR: Three PR Trends You Must Follow in 2015 Your Top 5 Social Media Tips for 2015 Battle of the Resolutions – which New Year comms campaign wins? The Great Care Debate – Care Home PR Guide Top 3 Meditation Apps

Sympathy’s a funny old thing – but reducing it to a button? Not cool, Facebook. Not cool. Facebook Doesn’t Need a Sympathy Button and Neither Do You Originally published: 11th December 2013 on thespinalley.co.uk The announcement that Facebook has been toying with the idea of new compassion features to help us communicate our sympathy, empathy or […]

New from me on The Spin Alley – the right way to grieve. Good Grief Originally published: 5th December 2013 on thespinalley.co.uk Everyone has an opinion these days. Hell, some of us make an entire career out of our opinions. Whether you feel it’s a good, bad or indifferent state of affairs our relationship with the […]