social media

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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

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.

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

Social Media is best managed by PR professionals and not the digital experts – hurrah!

That’s it. It’s official. According to today’s (May 19th) 2010 McCann Erickson Social Media Index (completed by senior marketing and comms practitioners no less!), Social Media is best managed by PR professionals and not the digital experts. And we at Finn couldn’t agree more! Social Media is Public Relations in its purest form. It requires … Continue reading

We, not I

I’ve been reading Herd by Mark Earls, which explains how most of us have been misunderstood the mechanics of mass behaviour because our thinking is shaped by misplaced notions of what it means to be human. We are at heart a ‘we-species’, but we are suffering from the ‘illusion of I.’ So basically, we do … Continue reading