Paul Stallard technology PR agency blog

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Country:United Kingdom
State/Province:Berkshire
Location:Reading

Paul blogs about all things relating to technology PR agency life



Latest Blog Posts



Network. Connecting with others on social is great and powerful but I still believe that nothing beats meeting someone face to face. Don’t just sit in a room with your head down. Get out and communicate with as many people as you can. One of the sm...

Take a look at any ‘news’ page on a corporate website and the same old stories appear time after time. The boring product launch press release. Sorry, but it is The dreaded ‘strategic partnership’ announcement The appointment of a new CMO. A...

PR is often listed as one of the most stressful industries to work in. I think the pressure of constantly chasing a target and only being as good as the last campaign can take its toll on people. Life can also get in the way. It is easy to forget tha...

Want to see a perfect piece of storytelling in action? I just read a beautiful story on the BBC website and wanted to share it with you ASAP. It follows the perfect formula outlined in the Berkeley Storytelling Academy training mentioned last week an...

I was told this phrase a few weeks ago and it really made me chuckle. I think the premise behind it is that after a couple of cheeky vinos the creative juices get flowing and you might just come up with an idea that is so off the wall that with a bit...

  At Berkeley we believe so. No one has a magic measurement machine. But we use a simple set of industry-recognised principles that reflect the full contribution of PR. To find out how why not download our free report to gain insight into the the...

Email is evil. It is so easy to lose context, offend, send to the wrong person or just be a dick in an email. One of the biggest things to happen in the US President election was the email scandal and in among all the ridiculousness I read an interv...