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[…]
Roadshamer.com has launched in the UK to showcase the worst of Britain’s bad drivers. Users can upload their dashcam footage to the website to out the drivers causing problems on our roads.
There’s always the chance that new businesses might be making brand messaging mistakes. While you might think you’re portraying your brand correctly, it might not come across that way from the outside. Here are a few mistakes you might be making when trying to get your message out there. What do your customers want? You Read more about Brand messaging mistakes you might be making[…]
I’ve spoken about tips for blogger engagement in the past but a lot of brands don’t know how a proper outreach strategy can benefit them. Here are a few reasons why bloggers should be a part of any marketing or PR campaign. Google loves blogs Not only are you going to be reaching a blog’s Read more about How blogger engagement can benefit your brand[…]
A number of Jet Social employees and friends of the company will be walking the 26-mile route along Wherryman’s Way all in aid of the Norwich Door to Door charity. The charity offers travel to low income people with reduced mobility who need a more personal travel service. A free service that’s a great alternative Read more about Jet Social to walk 26 miles for charity[…]
On May 23rd we put on the first ever CSR Speed Dating event at Beluga in Norwich. The event was attended by a number of local business and charities looking to make meaningful connections with one another. We’re very happy to announce that Home-Start Norwich was chosen at random to receive the proceeds from the event. Read more about Norwich’s first CSR Speed Dating event a success![…]
Today we have a guest post from Tom Oxley from Ethicomm, a CSR consultancy. Corporate giving programmes can be a great way of engaging your business and its employees with your community in a meaningful and sustainable way. Can be. Too many are poorly planned, poorly executed and a poor excuse for a true corporate Read more about What to consider when you think about a charity partnership[…]