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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 shortlisted for 2014 CIPR ‘Outstanding Small Agency’ award

What a way to end the week! Here at Prohibition, we’re delighted to announce that we’ve been shortlisted for the Outstanding Small Agency award at the 2014 CIPR Awards. The CIPR PRide Awards for the Yorkshire and Lincolnshire region are hosted yearly at the Queens Hotel in Leeds, and recognise the highlights from the PR …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

Never mind Murray: Wimbledon’s best PR stunts

As Wimbledon comes to a close and the hype dissipates, we felt it was only right to reflect on the top brand activations from the 2013 tournament. With so many brands fighting for attention, one thing’s for sure – it wasn’t just strawberries and Pimm’s that captured the attention of tennis fans this year. Here’s …Read More

11 Feb '13

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Top Tips for getting a job in a Leeds PR Agency

An Online PR’s tips for getting a job in Leeds PR AgenciesRead More

05 Dec '10

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Corrupt decision or just plain old sour grapes?

It seems that the fallout from England’s failed bid to host the 2018 World Cup is set to rumble on. What’s more, the debate about whether we have genuine reason to feel aggrieved or whether we’re just wallowing in self pity will split football fans across the nation. Media pundits are predictably spinning out their …Read More