Public Relations

Thought leadership | Spending review
Time for real thought leadership  
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Does anyone know what's going on at the moment? Amidst continuing political uncertainty and with a potential general election looming, it is time for housing professionals to prove that they, at least, know exactly what needs to be achieved for their...
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Social media lessons from the 'Insta Generation'
Social media lessons from the ‘Insta Generation’
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At 17-years-old, I am a very experienced Instagram user. Part of generation Z, I'm one of the world’s social media children. I've had an Instagram account since early on in senior school. However, even a social media savvy teen has...
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Six tips to harness LinkedIn for your communications
Six tips to harness LinkedIn for your communications
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Improving the use of your own communication channels is one of the biggest issues we have been working with clients on in the past couple of years. Whether it is your organisation’s website, social media or face-to-face events, these opportunities...
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Five different ways housing associations can use Twitter
Five different ways housing associations can use Twitter
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Five different ways housing associations can use Twitter As an Account Executive at See Media, the first thing on my to-do list when I arrive at my desk each morning is to monitor media coverage and Twitter activity on behalf...
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what's your story
People power: why employees’ personal stories are most impactful
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Last month, See Media launched its #whatsyourstory campaign, with the aim of helping organisations to identify their stories and the most effective ways of telling them. See Media focuses on finding creative public relations themes for clients, and working on...
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Three key messages from the Inside Housing Comms Conference
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The most notable thing about Inside Housing’s recent Communications Conference was not its wide array of speakers – drawn from inside and outside the housing sector – but the fact they reached strikingly similar conclusions about what successful PR looks...
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