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How to be legally compliant on social media

Yesterday morning. the Prohibition team jointly organised a successful breakfast seminar exploring the important issue of legal compliance in social media. Held in conjunction with leading Intellectual Property law firm, HGF, the central-Leeds seminar was attended by 50 marketing and legal professionals from across the region. Social media undoubtedly provides brands with fantastic opportunities to …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

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

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?”

From the past two years I have spent studying PR, I have noticed more than ever the increase of organisations using online platforms to do their jobs and speak with their friends. The development of new technology has meant that we can practically do anything with an iPhone or Android mobile. Mobile network EE has …Read More

Football Flick – Video Seeding Campaign

Over the last couple of years we have been working closely with a number of the best marketing agencies in the country to help them seed their viral campaigns on the web whether that is news, video, apps or even music. It’s the best part of the job and we get to play with some …Read More

23 Apr '13

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Prohibition PR Helps Set Up Online Student Magazine – Student Wire

Over the last few months the Prohibition PR team have been working hard to help launch a new online student magazine – Student Wire. The idea was to create a website specifically for students, written by students about being a student! Our client The Student Store wanted specialist help to create a thriving online community. …Read More

18 Apr '13

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Violation of Google’s Guidelines Will Result in Damaged PageRank

Google’s latest announcement has made it official that selling page links and including paid-for placements on your blog can and will damage your PageRank. In the announcement Matt Cutts, Google’s Head of Web Spam stated that ‘selling links (or entire advertorial pages with embedded links) that pass PageRank violates our quality guidelines, and Google does …Read More

01 Apr '13

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The 10 Best April Fools Stunts

Google Regular pranksters Google certainly did not disappoint this year! Now I could probably write a whole post purely on Google’s April Fools stunts from yesterday, but I’ll cut to the chase: Google Nose: First up is Google Nose, as its name implies, the service lets you search to find out what your queries smell …Read More

Prohibition PR client launches search for the UK’s best amateur football writer

Our client Bets of Mates, the world’s first Social Betwork has launched the ‘BoM Armchair Analyst’ – a competition to find the best amateur football writer in the UK asking football fans: Do you ever find yourself sitting down to watch the match, and then spending the next hour getting annoyed at the pointless remarks …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