It’s big, and only getting bigger. After two months the world’s newest social network has caused quite a stir, read this and you’ll understand why.
Times move fast in public relations, and with our office move just around the corner, a new sports PR client, and more news, it’s business as usual here at Smoking Gun.
60 per cent of global companies believe a blog is good for business while Facebook numbers fall in key territories.
Rome wasn’t built in a day, but Rupert Murdoch’s empirical influence on British politics ended in one. So how deep does this media rot go?
A company’s reputation is in the hands of consumers. Fires can start with barely a catalyst, so making sure you know how to douse the flames is essential.
Smartphones offer so many time saving features trying to find the most useful can be overwhelming. Thankfully you don’t have to, just look at this list instead.
We know blowing our own trumpet doesn’t constitute a good regular read. But there’s big news afoot this month at Smoking Gun HQ.
4million issues of the final News of the World were bought, said The Sun.
Social media is a waste of time. Smoking Gun’s main man Rick Guttridge opens the discussion.
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The latest in our how to guides tackles one of the most powerful but potentially dangerous types of social media campaign. Our in-house experts talk you through utilising User Generated Content.
Inspired by recent headlines, Smoking Gun’s MD Rick Guttridge makes it clear that brands cannot forget that the truth will always out— from the ethical to environmental.
All the latest news from Smoking Gun’s HQ in Manchester, from in-house events and our presence at the PRCA’s BAFTA conference, to standout creative work and client coverage.
We walk you throught the fundamentals of copywriting for social media, blog posts and press releases in the latest of our expert tips.
To mark the 60th birthday of Paddington Bear we consider the similarities between strong characters and world-beating brands.
From War of the Worlds and the Zinoviev letter, to blondes going extinct and weatherman faking it, we chart a potted history of definitive fake news moments.