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Thanks to everyone who came out our Spring Fling last night. Thanks especially to Charlie whose hard work made the night a great success.
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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.
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 …
Paul Ballard hit me with a meme earlier this week. In the spirit of sharing a bit about myself and fun, here we go!
Top three non work websites:
Top three karaoke songs:
Like a virgin
Top three weekend cocktails:
Gin and Tonic
Gordons and Scheweppes
The three people I am tagging are:
Thanks to everyone who came out to today’s Isle of Man Social Media Club Third Thursday lunch. We covered everything from libel to Graffiti to Podcasting to Technorati to the need for a great foodie blog in the Isle of Man. As always I learned a lot. I hope you all did too. See the pix below!
Thanks to Owen, Nickop, Leo, Derek, Steve, Jamie, Jen, Chris and Rob, Charlotte and Charlie for coming out.
UPDATE: See Owen’s take on the event.
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Are you a recent PR graduate or do have you recently gained a CIPR diploma? Perhaps you’ve earned a degree in journalism, media studies or English? If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions and are looking to take your first step in a PR career we might have just the right opportunity for you.
In the role of Strive PR’s account assistant you’ll be supporting senior consultants in driving client programmes forward. You’ll be writing news releases, helping to plan and organise events, liaising with …
We’ve been publishing our blog Strive Notes for more than two years to highlight news and views about important media issues and the public relations profession. On the whole the blog has been successful in achieving our marketing goals, but I recognise that there is a significant proportion people in our community that may not be using RSS or might dislike newsfeeds for one reason or another.
That’s why we are experimenting with a newsletter service from Zookoda.com. My idea is to send a monthly e-newsletter summing up our …
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Two weeks ago I made the decision to change a few things for a month to see what happens. I’ve cut back some of the volunteer work, taken my foot off the bizdev pedal.outsourced some admin and have spent as much time as is possible getting back to basics. That means interviewing sources, writing copy, contacting journos, pitching stories. It’s been fun! And my work is starting to bear fruit for our clients.
Of course, Murphy’s Law means we’ve received four requests for proposals during this …
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Imagine somebody is having a dinner party – inviting your customers, staff, shareholders and regulators – and you are not there.
That is the scenario Strive PR’s managing partner Sherrilynne Starkie laid before those attending a professional development seminar at the International Business School on March 17.
All of these people have links to you and your company and are bound to talk about you at this hypothetical dinner party, but if you are not there you cannot hear what they have to say about your products, your service or your …