Monthly Archives: October 2013

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

ALL YOU NEED IS – Did Instagram get advertising right?

Do adverts always affect the user experience on social media? Facebook and Twitter have left us unimpressed with promoted posts popping up everywhere on our news feeds, but Instagram promises.

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Three top tips for successful healthcare PR

2013 has been a bumper year for healthcare-related news. But what has remained at the forefront of my mind is not the traditional news, but the more obscure. I was.

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Why working in PR is like netball training

I played netball throughout school and university, and I loved it. But on cold, dark, rainy evenings it was really difficult to drag myself out of the house to spend.

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How do games get noticed?

As part of Ruder Finn’s work experience programme, we ask all students to blog for us. 14-year-old Hassan Ley is planning on becoming a game designer and shares his views.

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ALL YOU NEED IS: Should mobile really come first?

Facebook was the first tech giant to develop a mobile focused strategy and since then several other companies have increased their investments in the area. But is putting mobile first.

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My first day at Ruder Finn

As part of Ruder Finn’s work experience programme, we ask all students to blog for us. 14-year-old Hassan Ley will be with us for the next two weeks and shares.

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ALL YOU NEED IS: DATA MADE SIMPLE

Data should be at the base of every decision-making process, but do small businesses have the skills and resources to capture it and understand it? This week, Ruder Finn’s digital.

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Working behind the scenes, literally

First up, a confession: I’m not really a PR in the traditional sense, media is just one part of my multi-faceted role. I work in Ruder Finn’s Global Advocacy team,.

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All you need is: A digital life after death

Are you aware of your digital footprint? Every click, every post you write and every social profile you set up leaves a trace online that anybody can easily track by.

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