Opinion: PR’s 2017 Trifecta
Alan VanderMolen, president international at We Communications, looks to the year ahead and makes three key predictions for the PR industry. As my father likes to remind me [...]
Influencer marketing: what’s next in 2017?
Last year, influencer marketing came of age in terms of its power and popularity. According to Matt Donegan, MD at social influencer marketing platform Social Circle, 2017 [...]
Opinion: Combating stress in the workplace
Aliya Vigor-Robertson, co-founder at JourneyHR, talks about employee wellbeing in the ever-changing PR and agency environment, and offers suggestions for how it can be [...]
Opinion: Influencer Marketing – it’s a case of PR evolving
Last month, Good Relations’ Joe Friel revealed his top tips for PRs when approaching influencers for brand partnerships. Hannah Lynch, senior account director at Alfred, [...]
Opinion: Is PR a science or an art?
The rise of data has certainly helped PRs get messaging to the right people, in the right place, at the right time, says Splendid Communications’ head of performance, [...]
Opinion: Reputation and risk – how the two worlds work together
Headland recently launched a new reputation risk proposition. Simon Burton, partner at Headland, will lead the new proposition with Hans-Kristian Bryn, a former partner for [...]
Opinion: social media opportunity in 2017
Danny Whatmough head of social, EMEA at Weber Shandwick, talks about PR and social media in 2016, and his expectations and hopes for the medium in 2017. 2016 was quite a year, [...]
Fake news: why it’s a real issue for PR
With ‘post-truth’ announced this week as word of the year by Oxford Dictionaries, Howard Bowden, media trainer and co-founder of Generation, looks at the rise and [...]
Opinion: Seven deadly ways to approach an influencer
Following yesterday’s launch of Gorkana‘s Guide to Influencer Marketing, Joe Friel, head of influencer relations at Good Relations, says there are seven ways PRs [...]
Opinion: What corporate brands should learn from Trump’s victory in a world of rebellion
Aside from the fate of the pollsters – who should be looking for new careers after three strikes on the bounce on calling the big things wrong – one assured [...]
Opinion: Did Trump create the perfect PR campaign?
Back in July, Lord Sugar’s former publicist, David Fraser, said Trump’s campaign for the US presidency was arguably one of the greatest PR campaigns in recent [...]
Opinion: Four ways to get your PR workforce up to scratch on digital
The convergence of technology and digital has become a significant force within all forms of stakeholder engagement. The failure to deploy technology and digital comms can [...]
This week’s top trending features on Gorkana News
Your bitesize update on the best PR opinion, interviews, events and insights on Gorkana News this week: Event: Media Briefing with The Economist and The Economist Films At an [...]
Opinion: PR can address lack of insight in B2B
Richard Fogg, CEO at CCgroup, talks about the lack of insight in B2B PR when compared with its consumer counterpart. PR is a ‘science’, he says, and can provide [...]
Opinion: Collaboration and crisis comms
Victoria Cross, managing partner at Instinctif Partners, argues that preparation for a crisis relies on collaborative communications. I chaired a panel debate recently for a [...]
Opinion: The opportunity for brand-led content
Mark Flanagan, senior partner for content and digital strategy at Portland,  believes that there is opportunity for businesses to produce content that informs or entertains, [...]
Opinion: Why Iran is turning to proactive communications
Salamander Davoudi, co-founder and managing partner at Tancredi, explains how Iran’s corporate environment makes it an exciting frontier for PR. Iran is emerging as one [...]
Opinion: Make video streaming work for your budget
Rory Green, videographer at broadcast PR agency Shout! Communications, talks about video streaming as a valuable tool for PR campaigns and explores live streaming options for [...]
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