I interviewed Sarah Stimson about her new book How To Get A Job In PR for The Spin Alley. Can A Book Really Tell You How To Get A Job In PR? Originally published: 27th November 2013 on thespinalley.co.uk Well – yes and no. It can’t sit you down and tell you in its best career […]
You can tell where my head was at whilst writing today’s piece on scrapping benefits for under 25s for The Spin Alley. Answer – rantville. The Yoof Of Today Originally published: 20th November 2013 on thespinalley.co.uk Have you heard, young ‘uns? You’re all too bloody expensive to keep anymore. ConDems raised your tuition fees because they […]
The social housing sector took over Twitter for 24 hours today to talk about the work it does, share ideas of best practice and (unofficially) take a pop at the welfare reforms. I helped them out over on The Spin Alley. #HousingDay Is About More Than Just Housing Originally published: 13th November 2013 on thespinalley.co.uk We […]
Social media sticks around – how can you make sure it works to your advantage throughout your life?
I interviewed Mic Wright, former Telegraph blogger, current Editor-at-Large of Kernel magazine about his latest project – political campaign RE:SEAT 2015 ‘Cameron’s A Disgrace As PM’ – Mic Wright Talks RE:SEAT 2015 Originally published: 7th November 2013 on thespinalley.co.uk Mic Wright will confess to being many things – writer, drinker, tech fan, even womaniser, but […]
I spoke to Stephen Waddington, President Elect of the CIPR, European Digital and Social Media Director for Ketchum and, obviously, author, about his new book #BrandVandals with Steve Earl for The Spin Alley. It’s A War Out There – Interview With #BrandVandals Author Stephen Waddington Originally published: 23rd October 2013 on thespinalley.co.uk Chatting to Stephen Waddington […]