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Read the latest Smarts blog on why it’s vital that regional media titles meet demand for greater engagement in order to survive http://bit.ly/W6HQ1j
An even more worrying picture for the UK’s regional newspapers emerged this week, on the back of the latest ABC circulation figures. For some it is a bleak picture, with year-on-year sales dropping, on average, an eye-watering 13.5 per cent. […]
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Buzzfeed's popularity is no fluke, but can it ensure that it expands without losing its core audience? bit.ly/197vxEn 
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Is your business wading in or out of PR?

Check out thoughts on the brand and reputation management highlights of the week... 
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Our work has certainly changed over the past few months...
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Check out our digital two pennies' worth on the shape-shifting world of SEO, PR and content marketing...
Has Google killed the SEO agency by making PR, SEO and content marketing more alike? Rebecca Scully examines the changing roles of these disciplines and their agencies
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We discuss the secrets of getting your business into the mass media: 
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We think @Ryanair's#GrillMoll session may not be the PR disaster everyone is saying - read why
Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary has been under fire for his responses in a Twitter Q&A - but does his irreverent public image actually affect sales?
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How do you make sure you engage with your audience rather than alienate them? http://www.smartspr.co.uk/blog/
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Check out our brand new website - now officially up and running http://www.smartspr.co.uk/
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Sailing close to the wind should be what advertising is all about, but can boundaries be pushed too far? We discuss in this week's round-up:
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Where is Bongo Bongo land? This week we've seen a number of organisations hitting the headlines, and no doubt hoping their PR teams can get them out of the tricky situations they have created: UKIP, Ask.fm and Dynasty Media. Check out our thoughts in this weeks round-up...
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There’s a lot of it about lately. Tesco saying sorry to its customers for breaching their trust over the horsemeat scandal and now the Eveni

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Every little goes a long way… Tesco Magazine overtakes The Sun to become...
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As it awaits censure from the Leveson inquiry, the tabloid press suffered a new ignominy as the coveted title of Britain’s most-read print p