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gregfelgate has written 12 posts for Felga-nation

PR Week Top 150 PR Consultancies: Average fee income per head


It’s one week on from PR Week’s 2011 Top 150 list and so we at Finn PR thought it’s time for another, err, list. This time though, looking at profitability, or average fee income per head.  Very simply, its total fee income divided by number of staff.  In my opinion, it is a much better … Continue reading

The Harry Potter 9 3/4 platform at King’s Cross is real!


I wish Josh was with me to see this! I don’t know how long it has been there, but I saw this when pulling up at London Kings Cross Station the other day. What a great little stunt from King’s Cross Station… Simple, effective and very cheap! There were loads of people queued up to … Continue reading

Word Lens – Spanish to English iPhone translator


Check out this great iPhone language translator app.. It can instantly translate printed words from one language to another using the video camera on your iPhone – genius. You can use Word Lens on your vacations to translate restaurant menus, street signs, and other things that have clearly printed words.

A great day out at Legoland Discovery Centre in Manchester


I’ve been thinking this for a while… and a recent trip to the Manchester Legoland Discovery Centre (LDC) has confirmed it – Lego is AWESOME! Lego could have died out years ago if it wasn’t for its ability to diversify and form strategic brand partnerships.  This has meant that not only has Lego survived, it … Continue reading

Was SKY right to sack Andy Gray? Online poll


Yesterday I ran a poll asking people if they thought Andy Gray and Richard Keys should have been suspended from reporting on the Bolton vs Chelsea match. The results were: Yes 42% No 52% Undecided 6% And now, Andy Gray has been sacked!  However, new evidence has come to light today. Apparently Andy has previous … Continue reading

Should SKY have suspended Andy Gray and Richard Keys for the Bolton vs Chelsea match? An online poll to decide…


I can’t make my mind up on this one… Whilst I think the comments made by Andy Gray and Richard Keys at the weekend were wrong, I’m not sure that SKY was right to suspend them from commentating on the Bolton vs Chelsea match tonight. I appreciate that they are in the public eye and … Continue reading

Cartoon character craze sweeping Facebook was not started by the NSPCC


Last night and this morning, loads of my friends have changed their Facebook profile pictures to that of their favourite cartoon character from their childhood. NICE! I thought, so I got involved and changed mine to Inspector Gadget. This meme spreading across Facebook is the reason why people are doing it… DON’T FORGET to Change … Continue reading

Knock knock? Who’s there? A bloody door to door salesman, that’s who.


7pm on a Tuesday night and I get a knock on the door… who could it be I wonder?  A bloody door to door salesman, that’s who. Selling EDF Energy. Looked like quite a good offer too, but out of principle, I politely declined and sent the guy on his way. Now, I had nothing … Continue reading

Go Bananas! Go, Go Bananas!


Did you know that pretty much everyone in the world opens a banana from the wrong end? You should, in fact, open a banana from the opposite end to the stalk. This is the way monkeys and people who live in countries in which they grow open them – pretty cool huh? This is a … Continue reading

Pravo Bavaria!!


Last week’s ambush marketing stunt at the World Cup by dutch beer Bavaria, featuring 36 blondes in orange mini-skirts, couldn’t really fail.  And Fifa’s over the top reaction has only managed to raise awareness of the stunt and Bavaria’s brand at the same time. I totally appreciate that Fifa’s partners pay millions of pounds to … Continue reading