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Everything you wanted to know about jag senior account manager Lucy Jones

We thought we would give you a bit of an insight into another team member here at jag and into what makes us tick. Here are some things about Lucy, our Senior Account Manager at jag, which you may not […]

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Leveson Inquiry: a few thoughts from the jag pr office

The Leveson Inquiry was set up to address particular excesses of a small number of individual journalists and the behaviour of certain proprietors and editors who are already under investigation.  Few disagree that the published Report must provide the key […]

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A picture is worth a thousand words!

Ann at jag press & publicity has reacquainted herself with her award winning photography skills and recently took a whole load of pics for a client. We are so chuffed with them we thought we would showcase just a handful […]

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Under the Fog needs your help

Spare a thought for Under the Fog – if you can help put the wheels back on their 10,000 mile charity trip to Mongolia (part of the 2011 Mongol Rally) please give us a ring. Team Under the Fog, who […]

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Do you optimise your press releases for the search engines?

Following on from our last blog to help you craft an eye catching release … here are some simple guidelines when optimising your release for search engines. 1. Do some keyword research before you start writing: these searches will help […]

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Not getting any coverage for your press releases?

Often companies wonder why their lovingly crafted releases are being ignored and filed under ‘b’ or ‘t’ come to that! Here are just a few reasons we think this might be happening. 1. Your news release includes a typo – […]

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Pitfalls to avoid when writing an effective press release

A press release needs to be unbiased and accurate to be effective. If a journalist feels you’re exaggerating or making unsubstantiated claims, your release will be filed under ‘b’. How can you be sure your press releases are accurate and […]

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Calling all councils: How ready are you for the Big Society?

Are you planning for the ‘Big Society’?  Have you decided on your local approach to community development? Perhaps you don’t know where to start? We can provide you with research, communication and social media support to ensure that you are […]

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How to find the best angle for your press release

Thousands of companies are competing with you to get a journalist’s attention, particularly if they work on a national paper, online or in broadcast – so you need to do something really special with your press release. Attracting attention begins […]

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What do you read to help improve your mental health?

It is not often I sing the praises of any one magazine – apart from of course  The Grocer, where I was news editor for a few v happy years. There are of course a  huge number of great journos […]

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