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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

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

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

Brief flings: How social media is becoming more short-term

Social networks were never really meant to be long-winded. Twitter has and probably always will limit its users to the SMS-style 140 characters; Facebook cuts statuses off mid-paragraph and encourages you to ‘see more’ instead of displaying the whole thing and TL;DR (too long, didn’t read), a phrase originating well over a decade ago on …Read More

01 May '13

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Is the role of the traditional journalist dead? The new Guardian App asks the public “Do you have a story or a tip-off for us?”

PR agency Leeds, Leeds PR firms, online Public Relations Leeds and PR company Leeds refer to relevant keywords offered by Prohibition PR.Read More

12 Apr '11

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How To Use Social Media For Your PR Pitch

Social media is everywhere and it’s the fastest way to share information, making it the ideal tool for PR pitching. There is so much information on the Web and shared through social media that journalists and bloggers really don’t have to go far for story ideas. This makes it harder for new businesses because they …Read More

28 Feb '11

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Churnalism is launched to combat cutting and pasting journalism

The last couple of weeks have been interesting because there have been some fascinating developments in the world of media. One of those new developments was the creation of a new site called Churnalism. The site has been created by The Media Standards Trust to basically identify where copied press release text is being lifted …Read More