Articles in the Strive Public Relations Limited Category
Today at our social media workshop we announced that Strive PR is forming a strategic alliance with PDMS Limited to create the Isle of Man‘s premiere social media consulting service. We’ll be serving UK clients and those from further afield too!
It’s become glaringly obvious over the past several months that those professional communicators who have a solid web development team behind them are making great strides in PR 2.0. I’m confident that together with the excellent web team at PDMS, we’ll continue to provide our clients with the smartest communication …
Senior Account Executive
This is excellent opportunity to join the Island’s only strategic communications agency. Ideally you will have a PR degree and 24 months experience gained within a similar environment and will have worked with technology clients. You should have strong B2B experience, good commercial awareness, strong writing skills and ability to produce a range of PR copy, e.g. features, statements and case studies. In addition, a keen interest and proficiency in social media would be great! You should be highly-organised, have good time management skills, excellent verbal communication – …
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Are you studying PR, marketing, journalism or media at college or university? Are you looking for a summer job in the Isle of Man for 2009 and want to gain some relevant experience? We’d like to hear from you.
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My life is pretty much an open book, so when Leo tagged me on the seven things meme, I was a bit apprehensive. Can I even think of seven things that people don’t know about me? Here’s my best try.
1. When I was a teenager Patty T. and I climbed the fence at the local diving pool to go skinny dipping. Only problem was while we where in the pool a bunch of boys came and sat on the steps opposite and it was impossible for us to …
Last night Strive PR hosted a Christmas party for our Isle of Man clients, associates and the media in our offices on Strand Street. Thanks to everyone who came out to make our night a great success (and quite a bit of fun!). And best wishes for the festive season to those of you who couldn’t make it. Thanks to everyone who has helped make 2008 a great year (so far!)
Twice a year we publish a hard copy newsletter, Insight, for our Isle of Man-based clients, associates and friends. The most recent issue was distributed in September with a reader competition which asked people to identify mobile tag image for what it was.
I was pleased to draw Carrick Financial’s Stephen Burdett’s name out of the hat and last week presented him with his prize…a bottle of the bubbly stuff.
Thanks to all those who took part, and anyone who wish to receive future issues of Insight, please feel free to send …
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Every month the folks at the British Computer Society Isle of Man section invites everyone to a seminar where information technology, how people use it and the industry that surrounds it is discussed.
Last month Andy Orton, managing director of Dotperformance, an Isle of Man-based digital agency, spoke about search engine marketing.
Andy’s been in business for three years now and his firm has come to be recognised as one of the Island’s most respected digital agencies.
‘To be successful on the web it’s not enough to stick up a brochure website and …
I had the opportunity to meet up with a bunch of students from Ballerkameen High School in the Isle of Man earlier this week. They are taking part in the Junior Achievement company programme and wanted to learn about how PR could fit into their marketing mix. I was impressed with the quality of question and their general awareness of the importance of reputation in business. I think we’ve got a good cohort and look forward to judging later this year!