Many PR campaigns fail to deliver required results. That’s a waste of time and resources which tech startups can ill-afford. Here are five PR mistakes which early stage companies often make.Read More
It’s amazing how few job seekers looking for a role in a PR agency fail to apply their comms skills to their search. Here are some tips how to stand out from the pack.
When we started Firebrand, I was often asked ‘who is your target client?’ In the first few weeks, I found this an odd question – ‘well, anyone really.’ But it’s one that needs answering if we’re to succeed.
As we grow Firebrand, we’re sharing decisions in starting up an agency. One early debate is about job titles – namely what they should be, which levels and who gets what. Instead, we opted to kill job titles entirely. Here’s why.
HARO links reporters with sources for articles they are writing. Widely used by PR firms and mainstream media, cases have surfaced where the system has been abused and sources quoted without checking. But why is this happening, and what can be done to stop it?
So here we are in month three of Firebrand. Time to share some more lessons with you.
We don’t all think the same – so why do we believe most people share our opinions? And why are we surprised when they don’t? Welcome to the world of biases.
Firebrand is now a month old. We’re signing up our first clients, hiring our first team members, and getting the systems in place. Agency life is a rollercoaster, so right now after the big climb to launch, we’re accelerating into the drop, hands in the air while screaming something joyously incoherent a few octaves too high for respectability. We’re having fun, so I thought I’d share five lessons learned so far.
Sometimes we confuse fear with love. Even more bizarrely, if we’re frightened, we might unwittingly interpret that as being attracted to someone nearby. This could be awkward – but why does it happen? And what does it mean for your next hot date?
Customer expectations actually change their experience of a product or service. Marketers can prime expectations to improve satisfaction.