I recently came across the interesting case of a company that went onto a daytime TV show to air their dirty laundry. There’s a lot we can learn from this.
Those who follow me on Twitter or Facebook will know that I’ve been working in the world of motorsport for a while now. It all started with falling head over heels in love with Formula One and starting the Turn Eight blog. From there it has absolutely spiralled into a motoring journalism career with a Read more about Jet Social gets its own motorsport PR arm[…]
Those of you who follow my professional website will know I’ve been working with Cambridge TV on a new motoring show. It’s been an exciting few weeks running up to the launch of this new television channel but the time is here! You can tune in to Cambridge TV News at 8pm on Freeview channel 8 and Read more about A new television channel for Cambridgeshire[…]
Here at Jet Social we have a wide range of experience when it comes to the topics we write about but, of course, there are those few topics that really get a writer excited to start on a project. The list of topics I get excited about is pretty vast but cars and motorsport have Read more about On writing: Motoring[…]
Racing drive and TV presenter, Rebecca Jackson is in Glamour magazine this month talking about health and wellbeing. The slot was secured through Jet Social and brings Rebecca important coverage on her road to Le Mans 24. Find out more about Rebecca over at www.rebeccaracer.com.
PRs and brands still make so many mistakes when it comes to contacting bloggers. I’ve taken it upon myself to speak to bloggers in various different niches to see what they love and hate about the way PRs contact them. Charlotte from The Mummy Blogger told us on Twitter: “They assume that my daughter is still Read more about What bloggers have to say about how you contact them[…]
Working with The Great British Banjo Company is a true pleasure and I was excited to receive a press release from its MD on April 1st all about the Banjo of the East, a new 50m tall statue that would dominate the Norwich skyline. I knew instantly that it was an April Fools joke and Read more about UK’s largest regional daily fooled by giant banjo[…]