Trade Secrets

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Most entrepreneurs start a business with an inkling of the brand they wish to build, even if it only exists in their head and extends no further than a name and set of personal beliefs. These early stage businesses mean most to those that feel a sense of ownership over it. However, as they begin […]

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A few days ago we provided some comment for a feature on the PR Moment website looking at the challenges of getting customers covered by the media in today’s news environment. Some of our advice was used in the piece, which is available here. Here is everything we contributed: There are more PR people than ever […]

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A question we hear a lot from startups we encounter is how they can be featured in TechCrunch. There is no surprise there. For many people working in technology, TechCrunch has a reputation that rivals the bible. It has more than 13 million followers on social media from the massed ranks of entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, […]

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How to blend business PR and search marketing

Some say that public relations is the business of building trust. We see its impact being wider, although it is fair to say that building trusted relationships with customers, prospects, investors, employees and other stakeholders remains a major objective for many organisations we work with. Good public relations can help organisations become more trusted by […]

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Business PR Advice from Mad Men

Season 7 of the fantastic Mad Men returns to British TV screens tonight at 10pm on Sky Atlantic. Needless to say, we at Roaring Mouse are pretty excited about this. Don Draper isn’t a PR guy and the media environment at his disposal is nowhere near as varied and sophisticated as the one we see today, […]

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How businesses build winning reputations

Today is World Book Day. My son has gone to school dressed as a Dementor from Harry Potter and I’ve pledged some cash to help fund the publication of a new book that, the author promises, will “sound the death knell for PR.” I’ve worked for international PR agencies, in-house at a FTSE 100 firm […]

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