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Mis-Communicator of the Week: The FA

It is rare that England’s Football Association get things right. They have a track record of turning issues into crises. This week was no different.

Can evaluation help your career?

Why better measurement will give you a more successful career in PR, from Colin Wheeler

Always back up your brilliant ideas with a concrete plan says ilk’s Nev Ridley

It’s no good having a brilliant idea if it never gets realised says Nev Ridley, managing director at integrated agency ilk, as he discusses how he got into PR after starting in journalism and explains why agency Manifest has evolved into ilk

How to hold on to talent in PR

There is an acute talent shortage in the PR sector. PRmoment's Ben Smith catches up with PR firm Golin's Jane Fordham to find out ways to encourage people to stay in your business

Creativity in public relations

Public relations by its very nature requires people to be creative. Not all the time, but a lot of the time. And it’s creativity in lots of different forms

It's a social-media day for Christian Millar at Mercieca

Even at the gym, Christian Millar, senior account executive at Mercieca , checks Twitter, and then his day ends with a Facebook meeting

Mis-Communicator of the Week: Hillary Clinton

As respected former adviser to President Obama Tweeted, “Antibiotics can take care of pneumonia. What’s the cure for an unhealthy penchant for privacy that repeatedly creates unnecessary problems?” Or, as President Nixon once declared, “It’s not the crime that gets you…its the cover up.” That’s why Hillary Clinton is my Mis-Communicator of the Week.

Our PR playlist by digital marketing agency Impression

The top five tracks to help you through your day are suggested this week by the team at digital marketing agency Impression

The non-committal language of Brexit

What on earth does ‘Brexit means Brexit’ mean? Well, certainly not what it meant a few months ago says Dan George from Aspectus

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