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Leeds PR Agency Prohibition PR is looking for a PR Executive – is it you?

It’s been an exciting time at Prohibition PR. What with new offices in Chapel Allerton and a raft of new account wins, we need to expand the team. As you’ve probably figured out, we’re not old fashioned when it comes to PR. While we do ‘the traditional stuff’ very well indeed, we’re constantly pushing the boundaries …Read More

Why we can’t rest on our laurels when it comes to PR?

The PR industry, much like the advertising industry, has been challenged no end over recent years. At first the rise of internet, computers and connectivity helped to streamline admin, create new and measurable mechanisms and provide communicators with a more coherent way of working. Think emails, building journo relationships, doubling the number of press outlets …Read More

Prohibition Shortlisted in the Top 50 PR Agencies

What a way to kick start the hot summer month of July! Sorry for the shameless self promotion guys but hey it’s our blog so we can write what we want! July 1st is a pivotal day for most of us, as it usually marks the start of the summer and the long awaited sunshine. …Read More

Elevating the profile of the UK’s largest independent lift manufacturer

Pickerings Lifts is the UK’s longest established independent lift manufacturer, celebrating 160-years at the forefront of the elevation industry. Working alongside branding specialists Of Creative, Prohibition was appointed to raise the profile of Pickerings across the UK, helping the business increase its market share and realise its ambitious growth plan to double turnover to £40m by 2016. Prohibition …Read More

05 Aug '13

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SEO vs. Social Media

A pattern within the younger generation is definitely emerging, with social networks growing in popularity as a method for a discovery resource; in 2010 only 18% of people were using it for that reason, up to 25% in 2011 and then in 2012 it reached 32%. Although the usage of search engines such as Google, …Read More

05 Jun '13

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What online PR campaigns can teach us about measurement and ROI

It’s no secret that the traditional PR measurement model is woefully ill-equipped to deal with today’s integrated online PR campaigns, and new, data-driven methodologies have emerged to effectively tackle social media PR. However, while traditional agencies may still judge the success of a campaign on ‘equivalent advertising value’ or a nebulous ‘PR value’, an understanding …Read More

04 Mar '13

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PR Interviews: 7 types of question a journalist might ask and how to deal with them

That old saying ‘forewarned is forearmed’ can be applied to many fields – and most especially to when you’re being interviewed by a journalist. Journalists are generally pretty skilled at asking questions in such as way that will get their subjects talking – whether they want to or not! But if you’re forearmed – not …Read More

22 Feb '13

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Why branding yourself properly is key to getting a job in PR

With the boundaries between private and public becoming ever more unclear these days, it is essential that you represent yourself properly on all the different social media channels. It is quite shocking to see that, even in the present day, with social media having been around for a number of years people are still unaware …Read More

01 Feb '13

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Top Tips for a successful Work Experience in Public Relations

Prior to my internship with Prohibition PR, I had no idea what Public Relations was and how it worked. Having gained three months experience now, I am amazed at how much I have learned in such a short period. Here is my list of tips that I have learnt from working with the Prohibition team: …Read More