Monthly Archives: January 2012

Outspoken? Occasionally. But we prefer positively disruptive. We want to work with likeminded organisations and people.

Pinterest? a tutorial for PRs

Our colleagues over at RFI Studios in New York have put together a useful little tutorial on the latest social network to be stirring up (p)interest. So I nicked shared it..

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Out with the old, in with the new

Over the past week or so we’ve seen a lot of change at Ruder Finn. We moved office across Covent Garden from New Oxford Street; to the corner of Bedford.

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ElectionYearing – 2012 A Year of Elections

There are a number of electoral battles taking place across the globe which should be noted in every keen political enthusiast’s diary. Internationally, elections will be held in Russia, France.

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10 things that would make your agency panic

In no particular order of importance, ten things that would make your PR agency panic: Having the campaign objectives changed after most of the activity has been completed. Whilst PR.

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The F Word

Image courtesy of David Gifford’s Photoblog @ http://www.davegifford.co.uk Has the recent debate on Scottish independence forced us to reconsider the case for a federal United Kingdom? The ‘Third Way’ might.

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Independent thoughts on Scotland

What price independence? When the SNP won the election in Scotland in 2011, independence was a central policy platform which led to a spectacular win. So, carry out a referendum.

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Red Ed or Dead Ed: The Leader of the Opposition’s lack of communications nous has cost him dear

A look at Ed Miliband’s trial and tribulations at the beginning of 2012.

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media consumption by generation and time of day

Stumbled across this Ad Age infographic showing media consumption by generation, type of media and by time of day today via @robbrown on Twitter. Missed it first time around –.

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