Author: Sally Brockway

  If you’ve been paying attention to our blogs, have found a great story, written a killer press release and sent it to the right people, the chances are, a journalist will get in touch and ask to interview you. As a PR, there is no sweeter...

I’ve got news for you and you’re not going to like it. Brace yourself. You know those journalists, editors, TV producers, radio show hosts and bloggers out there whose help you could really do with?  They’re not remotely interested in how great your business is....

Meet Emma Harbage, a 23-year-old rugby player from Burntwood, Staffs and the latest ambassador for Green Cola. You can read all about her at Mail Online. She also appeared in the Birmingham Mail this week and will be on BBC Radio Stoke this Friday. I’d also...

I couldn’t possibly count the number of press releases I received over the course of my 30-year career as a journalist, but I can remember the good ones – because there weren’t that many of them. It’s not actually that difficult to produce a great press...

I’ve lost count of the number of times people over a certain aged have asked me for help with social media. They are invariably over 40 and find the world of Facebook, Instagram and Twitter utterly mystifying. I was going to sit down with each of...

They do say you should practice what you preach, so it will sound a bit hollow when I tell you that you to blog weekly. You should. It really makes a difference and I have no excuse...

  Exciting things are happening over here at Wow towers. We’re pleased to announce that the business is teaming up with Riva Media, a major talent agency representing 30 presenters and voice artists from the BBC, ITV, Al Jazeera and BBC Radio 2. Riva Media also has...

Yes, I really am writing a blog about hashtags. I can practically hear the milennials guffawing as I type, but this isn’t for them. They already know their Zaps from their algorithms. This one’s for beginners. So what is a hashtag? It is literally a symbol....

I was a bit of a latecomer to Twitter. While I embraced Facebook and just loved the way it enabled me to get in touch with old friends, see what everyone was up to and stalk ex-boyfriends (kidding!), Twitter seemed too much like hard work. As...