Monthly Archives: November 2013

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

Why data analysis by Ruder Finn and IMGROUP can help brands enhance their social customer service.

Christmas is just around the corner and the UK’s major retailers are gearing up to make a final impression before you’ll decide where to swipe your credit card. But are.

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INSIDE mHealth: Why mHealth apps need to adapt to fierce competition

Want stay up to date with the rapidly changing world of mHealth? INSIDE mHealth is the monthly roundup from Ruder Finn that lets you do just that by delivering the.

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What digital means for the ABPI Code of Practice

This post was joint authored by Jessica Lowrie and Saba Alimoradian. One of the challenges in working in healthcare and digital healthcare PR is the regulatory framework any communication has to.

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Help! Am I in a relationship with Twitter?

Three months ago I blogged about my Damascene conversion from social media-phobe to full-blown self-facilitating social media node, to borrow liberally from Nathan Barley. With Christmas holidays nearly on the.

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All you need is: Dropbox needs you

Are businesses reluctant to use Dropbox? Thanks to its freemium model Dropbox has made its way into our browsers but businesses still seem to see it as a service aimed.

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Not just coverage. Effective blogger outreach builds relationships.

The Advertising Standards Authority has issued fresh guidance for agencies on blogger outreach. Well, we say fresh guidance, but in reality, this is something that’s been pretty clear for a.

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ALL YOU NEED IS: Can IBM’s new tech determine users personality?

Who do you think knows you best? It’s not unreasonable to assume that the answer is your parents, your husband or wife and those people you spend most of your.

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Why work experience doesn’t mean photocopying

As part of Ruder Finn’s work experience programme, we ask all students to blog for us. 14-year-old Hassan Ley’s time here has come to an end and he reflects on.

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When it comes to lab work and healthcare PR, small is beautiful

In my final year of studying physiology at university, we were told that each of us had to conduct a scientific laboratory research project and that the research conducted would form.

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Top tips for becoming a commuting PR hero

To commute: defined as to travel some distance between one’s home and place of work on a regular basis. For many this could perhaps more accurately be described as the.

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