Listed in a PR Hall of Fame

What a fantastic way to start the year… Check out the blog post below from news and PR agency, 72 Point. It’s very flattering to have my PR and coverage-generation skills recognised and to be included on a list of such prolific PRs:

Amongst all the January gloom and depression – we’ve decided to go all fluffy and gooey with our annual 72 Point PR Love List.

Yes folks – It’s time for our yearly shout-out to all the PRs who we (with our cynical news hats on) reckon understand what makes a decent print / online news tale – and more importantly, how to execute PR stories properly – so they actually result in coverage!

This is not just a list of our clients – some of these PRs we’ve not worked with before – however all have caught our eye and deserve a place in our Hall of Fame.

Rebecca Schutz – Eastenders press office
Rich Turner – House PR
Andy Barr – 10Yetis
Mark Perkins – Cow PR
Dan Turner – Cow PR
Jenny Hill – ZPR
Lisa Penny – Bounty press office
Shakila Ahmed – Travelodge
Gareth Lucy – Kellogg’s
Kelly Davies – Confused press office
Lesley Anderson – Taylor Herring
Kate Arrowsmith – Taylor Herring
Jenny Fairweather – Taylor Herring
Laura McTurk – Taylor Herring
Lesley Singleton – LS Media
Matthew Coy – Tonic Life Communications
Asia Yasir – Esure press office
Marie Efthymiou – Speed Communications
Estelle Douine – Speed Communications
Rachel Wiseman – Austin Reed press office
Laurence Bray – Premier PR
Brandon Stockwell – Citigate DR
Chris Webb – Pegasus PR
James Crawford – Citypress
Freyja Phillips – Frank PR
Mira Ryness – Frank PR
Danielle Carter – Frank PR
Fiona Robinson – Frank PR
Lucy Hart – Frank PR
Reema Babakhan – Frank PR
James Newman – Finn Communications
Katie Griffiths – Europe Mccann
Becky Bellman – Media Hubb
Bethany Parladorio – MediaHubb
Alice Johnston – 77 PR
James Hoyle – 77 PR
Nathan Kemp – M&C Saatchi PR
Annabel Ward – M&C Saatchi PR

Read the original blog post here.

A bank holiday well-spent

As I mentioned in a previous post, working a bank holiday over Christmas resulted in wide-spread national and online coverage for my client, At the same time, I also pitched a story for another client, after they conducted a poll which revealed Denise Van Outen as the nation’s favourite cougar. The story was picked up by Metro, Daily Star and the News of the World, resulting in some excellent branded coverage for the toyboy-dating website. I’m so driven by results at any time of year, but seeing the coverage after working around the kids on a festive bank holiday is an even greater feeling!