Public Relations

Book Review – The Thought Leadership Manual by Tim Prizeman

I read “Thought Leadership Manual – How to grab your clients’ attention with powerful ideas” a while ago but I’ve been so busy I didn’t get round to writing the review. And it’s an important book that many marketing, communications and business development folk will find useful. Tim starts with a Read More

2016-06-01T10:06:17+01:00June 1, 2016|Accountants, Kim's Blog, Lawyers, Marketing, Property|

Book review: Managing online reputation – How to protect your company on social media by Charlie Pownall

I’ve just reviewed this book on "Managing online reputation" for Professional Marketing magazine It’s a timely book considering the increasing use of social media in professional service firms and the underlying fear that problems in this arena – whether of internal or external origin – could have a catastrophic Read More

2016-03-23T08:29:49+00:00March 23, 2016|Accountants, Kim's Blog, Lawyers, Marketing, Property, Social Media|

Book Review – Persuasive writing (how to harness the power of words) by Peter Frederick

I review lots of books on persuasive writing (see the list below) to identify those that will prove useful to the lawyers, accountants, surveyors and marketers who attend my writing courses. As the importance of good quality content increases, there is continuing demand for those who can write persuasive copy Read More

2016-01-16T14:11:31+00:00January 16, 2016|Kim's Blog, Management Skills, Marketing, Selling|

Legal Marketing Case study – Withy King’s research/media relations campaign The following case study appeared in today's Legal Technology Insider Kim Tasso on Marvellous Marketing: how Withy King got closer to the Oxford media Withy King is a £16m, 45 partner commercial and private law practice with seven offices (including Bath, Swindon, Oxford and London) along the M4 corridor. I Read More

2013-09-03T17:08:48+01:00June 25, 2013|Kim's Blog, Lawyers, Marketing, Strategy|

Book Review – “Share this – the social media handbook for PR professionals”

A book by Chartered Institute of Public Relations I’ve just completed a review (for Professional Marketing magazine) of this 240 page, 26 chapters (organised into eight parts) book which is written by over 20 PR experts and academics and developed from a series of summer workshops run by CIPR’s Social Read More

2013-08-15T19:07:33+01:00April 19, 2013|Accountants, Kim's Blog, Lawyers, Marketing, Social Media|
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