On Instagram who’s got…
✔️ The most likes ever – 43.3 million likes and growing!
✔️ 6.5 million follower and growing!
✔️ One blue tick
✔️ Complete anonymity
An egg. 🥚
Yes you heard right, a picture of a plain egg has beat ‘queen’ Kylie Jenner to the ‘most liked photo’ spot on Instagram.
And, it’s really made the Kardashian’s blood boil that she’s no longer top of the pecking order!
Eggs-pect all the egg jokes FYI!
Continue reading “You don’t have to be an eggs-pert to crack Instagram!”
Find out what advice I have from this year’s speed networking event for students held by the Public Relations department at Southampton Solent University. Continue reading “Meet the Professionals 2018 at Solent University”
Thank you so much to everyone who voted!
As a result of all your votes I’m a shortlisted finalist in the PR, Marketing and Communications category in the UK Blog Awards 2018. #UKBA18 Continue reading “I’m in the final of the UK Blog Awards 2018”
I like looking back to be able to look forward. So this is the second round up post I’ve done on New Years Eve that contains all my blog posts from the past year.
*POST UPDATED May 2022: Bright Lights Big City has evolved from being focused on PR to being all about travel, experiences, food and drink. All posts that are no longer relevant to these topics have been removed.*
Continue reading “New Years Eve 2017 round up!”
The first person to be interviewed for The #StartingOut Series is Laura Downton, a PR Director at Lee Peck Media.
She’s my amazing colleague who absolutely slays at PR. Find out what wise words she has to share with people starting out in public relations. Continue reading “The #StartingOut Series – Laura Downton from Lee Peck Media”
It’s not about numbers but, it’s great to see a community growing! Continue reading “Bright Lights Big City reaches 500 followers”
The battle brands face with a looming sugar tax is a growing one. This week Lucozade unveiled it’s new reformulated energy drink that has cut the sugar content by 50 per cent. The reviews so far aren’t great. Continue reading “Consumers vs campaigners – low-sugar Lucozade”