Tag: PR Advice

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What’s our Three Lens Messaging Session?

Have you heard of a messaging session? We find them invaluable. But what exactly are they? Here's a guide to our Three Lens Messaging Sessions - why we hold them, what...

Nurturing a culture of PR in your business

A solid culture of PR within your business isn't just a nice-to-have; it's the secret ingredient for businesses aiming big. By keeping it authentic, transparent, and...
How can AI enhance PR strategies

Breaking down the buzz: how can AI enhance PR strategies? 

Artificial intelligence (AI) is arguably the buzziest of all the buzz words making headlines right now; it’s starting to feel as though it is literally everything,...

Day in the life: Senior Account Manager, PR – Carnsight Communications

In our 'Day in the Life' series, we'll walk you through the average day in each role at Carnsight Communications with the hopes that it gives you a bit more clarity on...
PR ecosystem

Why leveraging your PR ecosystem pays off

You're probably wondering what I mean by a 'PR ecosystem'. This is by no means a professional or academic term, it's actually a phrase one of my colleagues threw around...

The vital role PR plays in building a strong employer brand

In today's job market, it's more important than ever to attract and retain top talent. And to do that, you'll want to cultivate a positive employer brand. PR is a...

4 things businesses should know before writing an eBook

You may have noticed that we recently launched our eBook, Powerfully Practical PR. After a long time in the making, it's time to share our tips, tricks, and top...

Carnsight Communications launches ‘Powerfully Practical PR’ eBook empowering SMEs to PR themselves 

Carnsight Communications, a boutique PR firm based near Bath, is launching its new eBook, ‘Powerfully Practical PR’, on Amazon on February 1 2024.

Making your B2B business less boring

When it comes to B2B PR, many companies grapple with the idea that what they do or offer is too mundane to capture the attention of the media. They worry that their...