Hughes PR

Welcome

What to write for the first post of the Hughes Public Relations blog? Does it really matter because it will always be at the bottom of the pile – that’s how blogs work. The news of today will soon be the chip wrapper of tomorrow and out of everyone’s minds.

Why are we setting up a blog? Indeed why blog at all?

More than a year ago Hughes PR recognised that digital and social media were becoming hard to separate from public relations so we expanded our PR offerings to include digital. We’ve done a lot of digital work with clients, and also enjoyed having our own Twitter account, YouTube channel and FlickR page. Now, it’s time to blog.

A blog gives us the chance to tell the stories that don’t make it to our corporate website. A blog is a forum for us to display our personality in a bit more depth than our website, Twitter feed or Flickr photos ever could.

We plan to write regularly about public relations, social media and communications strategies in Adelaide and around the world.

This blog will also give us the chance to showcase our case studies  and reflect on our client work in a more personal way. It will also give us an opportunity to tell you more about the type of work we do here.

We’d also like to hear from you. Is there anything you would like to know about us or about the work we do?

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Hughes PR is a communications and public relations consultancy with proven and extensive experience in publicity and media relations, issues management, crisis management, digital media and social media strategy and implementation, community consultation, event management, media training, publications and strategic problem solving. Find out more.

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