Behind The Spin

  • What is Behind the Spin?
    Welcome to the web log of Behind the Spin, the magazine for and written by Public Relations students. Behind the Spin was first produced by students from the College of St Mark and St John, Plymouth, but was quickly opened to students, practitioners and academics across the UK. The print magazine is published three times a year, the blog will updated every Monday. Please send articles for consideration to Editor John Hitchins (you can comment any item by clicking Comment at the bottom of each post).

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October 22, 2006

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Esther

I so agree with this post. I AM one of those nervous students! I'm totally happy opining all over the internet via blogs, social networking sites etc, but I'm useless interacting with real people. Maybe I don't have the confidence to be in this business, or maybe I just need practise! Im currently looking at different PR 'bods' to get some inspiration on how to get out there and think outside the box (ie the computer) a bit more. One of the people i have found quite inspiring is Mark Borkowski - i like his stunts/PR pranks etc, and the personal touch his company seems to have...and his new book The Fame Formula http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Fame-Formula/17421984230 about PR and fame looks interesting - we may all get a few pointers.
Anyone, to not ramble on too much, just wanted also to say how useful i find your posts - keep it up!

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