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I think I’ve made a big social faux-pas. I’ve tried to combine a 2 year old party with a house warming. One happy, sunny Sunday, fuelled by a few bubbles it seemed such a good idea to WhatsApp everyone with my idea. Everyone accepted. So now...

We talk a lot of twaddle in PR and marketing, don’t we? It’s almost become a defining characteristic of the industry. We ‘idea-ise’ outside the box, we don’t draw, but we think about bigger pictures and we boast about our share of voice. And with a...

Sorry but I’m not sending that urgent advert for you. No real reason. Just not doing it. Ok ok ok. I know it’s been booked in for months. Yes I know you’ve spent hundreds on it but hey ho. There’s always next time. And that...

Are you one of those tech-obsessed, smartphone-glued-to-your-hand people?  Well if you aren’t, you are in the minority. Nowadays, it is rare to walk down the street and pass pedestrians with their head held high, eyes focussed forward, taking in their surroundings. You are more likely to see...

At Cameron Wells we are committed to nurturing new, young, fresh talent within our ever changing, fast paced, fly by the seat of your pants industry. That's why we regularly take on graduates, apprentices and work experience students. This week we welcomed GCSE student Millie...

There have been too many to mention recently. Way too many. Too close to home. Too frequent. Unthinkable. Unbelievable. Unfathomable. Events that turned lives upside down and changed them forever. Events that divided but united. Events that put everything back into perspective. Working in a PR...

There are two types of people in this world. Those who worship that yellow blazing ball in the sky, who whip off their top at the first sign of a glorious ray and have an itsy bitsy, teeny weeny wardrobe to boot. Summer is their stage. And then...

Viewers will be glued to their screens this summer, white-knuckled and on the edge of their seat as the battle to be crowned the one and only ruler of the kingdom comes to a climatic end. But alas, I am not talking about the return of HBO’s...

I have just listened to an interview with a man whose job is to test the crunch on biscuits, the crispiness of crisps and the texture of roast potatoes. Seriously, I need to see the job description for this role and the qualification and experience...

Browsing websites and flicking through magazines covering the use of social media exposes the reader to a bewildering array of ‘guru’ based knowledge and advice. Social media etiquette is often touched on and with it comes an analogy that regularly crops ups; that of attending a party. The idea is simple. When engaging people in conversation at a party, you wouldn’t simply barge into the middle of a room and start blabbering on about yourself. Nor should you behave this way in the world of social media, where good manners are everything and you need to earn your right to participate and be taken seriously.