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60 per cent of marketers are not being sufficiently trained in media

7th November 2016 18:06

60 per cent of marketers are not being sufficiently trained in media: According to a recent survey of media agency marketers and senior brand marketers, entitled ‘ID Comms' 2016 Training Survey’, many major brands are not sufficiently investing… Read more...


More money to be spent on social advertising, survey finds

4th October 2016 18:12

More money to be spent on social advertising, survey finds: According to a recent report, American marketing professionals are getting ready to increase their spend on paid advertising on social media in the upcoming 12 months as a result of the decline in… Read more...


PRs are not up to the job, journalists claim

2nd September 2016 12:57

PRs are not up to the job, journalists claim: According to the findings of a media and PR survey by the Press Gazette and PR Week, nearly 50 per cent of journalists do not think that PRs are up to scratch. The survey aimed to explore the opinions of media… Read more...


Journalists worry that website content is being ‘dumbed down’, survey finds

5th August 2016 18:00

Journalists worry that website content is being ‘dumbed down’, survey finds: A recent public relations survey by Press Gazette has revealed that journalists are concerned that the content on their website has been ‘dumbed down’. Of… Read more...


New survey shows access to social media in the workplace is high priority for students

4th July 2016 12:06

New survey shows access to social media in the workplace is high priority for students: A recent survey has revealed that students now deem access to social media to be of a higher priority than annual bonuses or promotions. The study, carried out by Debut,… Read more...


PR, media and marketing suffering from a mental illness epidemic, according to CIPR

30th June 2016 12:14

A recent discussion hosted by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) has revealed that mental illness is at epidemic-level within the PR, media and marketing industry. As well as this, employers are not equipped to provide their workers with the… Read more...


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