9 tips how to get more people to follow you on Twitter

Twitter can be an excellent way to promote your business and create greater awareness of your brand. It can, however, be an absolute chore getting people to follow you, and without followers your tweets will go unheard. The world’s second largest social media site and its potential can often go untapped by people and organisations […]

25 amazing LinkedIn stats you can’t miss!

We’ve all heard of LinkedIn – it’s the world’s largest and most popular professional network or the equivalent of Facebook for the professional world. If you don’t know LinkedIn, you better head over and create a profile! The platform is predicted to grow massively and play an important role in the marketing activities of companies. […]

2013 Top Social Media Tips from the Montpellier PR Team

In our previous blog post we offered some useful PR tips for 2013. Today we want to share with you our best practice advice for successful social media. Guy: Don’t ignore Twitter! The platform is taking over from email in some fields of business. Phil: No spam thanks maam! Always, always check what you RT […]

UK businesses need to get online or lose out!

Just a day after the Chancellor’s Budget and UK PLC is still scratching its head.  Tax burdens, pressure on margins, examining overheads… But the smart movers are getting ahead of the game, and have already taken their messages online. Still, don’t despair as it isn’t too late and you don’t have to be stuck on […]

The relationship between Twitter and media relations

Social media is now larger than ever, with the vast majority of people holding accounts on at least one social media platform.  However, there have been many social media networks that haven’t stuck around for more than a few years; remember Bebo, Friends Reunited or MySpace? Just about? We all thought they would be around […]

The PR industry must adapt and model itself for a new social order

Our CEO Guy Woodcock was part of the PRCA Future of PR project and presented the findings of the workstream he chaired at the PRCA National Conference. We were asked to summarise these findings for the PRCA blog. Below you can find the article that went online. As part of the PRCA project “The Future […]