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Thinking, Singing, Dancing

Hello lovely bloggers, it’s me Kate Bentham, sitting in the Weekly Blog Club seat for a second week on the trot. How’s your week been then? Have you been enjoying the sun? Had any ice cream? I have, natch. We’ve

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A really useful blog post this week for anyone looking to break into a career in PR. Ross Wigham has asked some influential comms people what they consider to be key skills and attributes needed to stand out from the crowd and get hired.

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Clump Recruiting, Old Wine in New Bottles? What about the Pals Battalions and Richard Arkwright?

This blog post by Chris Bolton looks at clump recruitment, whereby we can engage or enlist Generation Y people by targeting where they hang out, all for the benefit of the business. Chris explains that this technique of clumping isn’t new, and

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Ignore this at your peril

Kenny McDonald writes about getting a new job (a secondment), someone else getting a new job without an interview because of her social media presence, and his enthusiasm for social media. Ignore this at your peril by Kenny McDonald.

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