Read Source’s latest blogs on an array of things from the PR industry to  great (and not so great) examples of PR campaigns; crisis communications to social media; and much, much more.

Will digital kill the newspaper?
Written by Daniel Kennedy, 28/06/2019

The world’s changing at an astonishing rate. What was the norm ten years ago is now very much retro (iPods and MP3 players anyone?). And it’s a sure fire bet that whatever it is we take for granted today, will be in the hands of hipsters before we can order two extra-skinny flat whites and a gluton-free blueberry muffin.

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Beating the odds
Written by Peter Downey, 24/06/2019

What started as a casual conversation on Christmas Day with my daughter Emma, about taking on the ‘Yorkshire Three Peaks challenge', became a reality when Emma’s friends, Amber and Sam plus my colleagues at Source, Martha, Marta and her partner Tiago, decided to join us. A date was set, accommodation booked and the charity chosen. There was no backing out for the Magnificent Seven.

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Will social media impact the Tory leadership contest?
Written by Steve Clark, 18/06/2019

If popularity on social media provides any indication of who will win the Tory Party leadership battle then Boris Johnson, as the bookies predict, will be a shoe-in!

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Against all odds!
Written by Steve Clark, 24/05/2019

When my colleagues Peter, Martha and Marta , along with a small group of family and friends, including Peter’s daughter Emma and Marta’s boyfriend Tiago, announced their intention to tackle the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge I have to admit I was a little bit sceptical that they could do it!

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Does TikTok unlock a new route to social success for brave businesses?
Written by Daniel Kennedy, 15/02/2019

"I think the basic fundamental thing which appeals is that one can act, dance, sing, and do whatever you are good at in front of a camera and upload the same to get liked by the world and ultimately become famous.”

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Anyone for a drink? No, thank you!
Written by Lewis Scott , 30/01/2019

I spent the final month of 2018 leading a ‘sod it, it’s Christmas’ lifestyle and it worked wonders for me. I spent the majority of December going to work parties and family parties; having nights out with friends and more!

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One small step for man, one giant leap for a University student
Written by Lewis Scott, 03/01/2019

To many, the step from university into the big wide world can be of a daunting nature - and for me that’s no different. But the distinctive factor is that I have one foot in the door, ready to take that leap when I (hopefully) graduate next summer.

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When I’m 64
Written by Steve Clark, 25/10/2018

When I get older losing my hair, many years from now, will you still be sending me a valentine, birthday greetings, bottle of wine?

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Branding in business – why Apple does it right
Written by Kennady Smith, 12/10/2018

Branding is a key element of any company, whether it’s brand new, up and coming or pre-established. Forbes recently ranked Apple as the world’s most valuable brand, coming in at an astonishing £139.6 billion for brand value and £175.2 billion for brand revenue.

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