Typos: our top tips on how to avoid them

Typos are those annoying typing mistakes we all make from time to time. Words that we know how to spell but somehow always get wrong! There are few things more frustrating than an ugly typo, and they can look unprofessional. We’re all human and we can’t avoid them 100% of the time, but those grammatical

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Still wondering if PR is right for you? Some helpful resources

We’ve had more approaches about PR this year than ever before, which is great. But with these have come more questions around PR and hesitancy around committing to a PR strategy. It’s no surprise, after the uncertainty of the last 12 – 18 months. So, if you’re wondering if this is the right time to

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5 quick practical PR tips to help everyone

Today, we’re cutting right to the chase. Do you want some powerful, practical PR tips? We’ve got five of them! Quick and easy to digest, take these tips on board and see how big a difference a little shift can make. Consider the 80/20 content rule The 80/20 content rule states that 20% of the

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Our timeless PR top tips

Here at Carnsight Communications, we pride ourselves on getting our clients’ brilliant work noticed by the right audience at the right time. As PR professionals, we’re flexible, creative, and proactive but we’re also realistic. We believe honesty plays a key part in what we do and the results we achieve. Ensuring our clients are clear

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PR internship: my reflections and takeaways

I didn’t actually know that much about the PR world before beginning my internship with Carnsight. I was exploring any possible career paths to pursue for a placement year, and it almost seemed like way too many options to even know where to begin. PR had been suggested to me, I found there were plenty

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Placement year during the pandemic

Today’s post is written by Carnsight Communications’ newest team member, Megan. Megan joined us recently and will be completing an internship at Carnsight. Today she talks about her experiences with being on a placement year during the Covid-19 pandemic and how she has prioritised her mental and physical health during these difficult times. My one

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