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Our pick of the best food and drinks blogs in Leeds

Our outreach team here at Prohibition spend a lot of time identifying and engaging with online influencers across a wide variety of fields. Regardless of whether it’s a brilliant product or a less-tangible idea or issue, the end result is organic word of mouth for our clients, a powerful thing with today’s media-jaded consumers. This month we’ve …Read More

Top Ten Instagram Tools

Top Ten Tools – Instagram Instagram is one of the newer social media platforms on the block, when compared to digital veterans like Facebook and Twitter. However, it is rapidly becoming one of the most popular, with the site reaching the 10 million user landmark within 10 weeks of its launch. The photo-sharing site now …Read More

The Prohibition Seven Days of Social

Fast moving, always adapting and often controversial, social media is an area where many of us have divided opinions. We like to keep our ear to the ground in the social media world, and as the week comes to an end, we’ve put together a few of our favourite pieces of social media content from …Read More

Prohibition delivers innovative social media ‘tweet shop’ for national housing organisation Keepmoat

Last month, we were lucky enough to work alongside Keepmoat, one of the national market leaders in sustainable community regeneration and housing, to help them to stand out at key industry trade show, CIH, held at Manchester Central. Briefed by Keepmoat to make its presence at the conference stand out amongst the crowd, we were …Read More

More success for Prohibition!

                    After celebrating a record year that has seen us double in size and move to larger office we’re now happy to announce the appointment of our new board director. Following a number of new high profile business wins, including the UK’s largest wholesaler of floristry …Read More

How mobile is paving the way for social media developments

Worldwide mobile phone sales are on fire. Currently, over one billion mobile web users are scrolling through the 1-4G universes, and their massive influence over social networks is becoming increasingly more apparent. If you’re after a good example, look no further than the new Facebook new Messenger app and how hard they’re pushing it on …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

03 May '13

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The Top 10 PR Campaigns in 2013

Time is ticking away and we are now five months into 2013 and after several stonking PR campaigns in 2012 which we shared with you lovely people in our lengthy review last year, we felt it was only right to analyse some of the best of 2013. Feel free to have a look through our …Read More

10 Jul '12

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The PR benefits of Google Hangouts

We are all aware of the Skype and FaceBook video call, but the latest of social networking platformsGoogle+ has recently released its own version of video calling “Google Hangouts“. Facebook’s video calling is only one-to-one calling, with limits on the other activity that you can do on the site once on a call, and on …Read More

BEING TRENDY ON SOCIAL MEDIA

Twitter has made it all too easy to start an argument. Previously, you woke up, read the newspaper or watched the news, then you’d get to work and discuss a story in a relatively calm and reasonable manner. Now, thanks to Twitter, instead of reading a story and thinking about it and formulating a reasonable …Read More