November 9, 2017Published by: Drew

Battenhall named best communications agency by the PRCA

This week we won best communications agency in the UK by the PRCA in their medium-sized consultancies category, and we're properly reeling from the news!! A very proud team here at Battenhall HQ have been taking a moment to reflect on what has been a transformative and extremely busy year, and this award has been the icing on the cake.

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November 6, 2017Published by: Phil

Which social media do U.S. adults get their news from?

Last Thursday the Pew Research centre published new research about news consumption by U.S. adults through social media. The research shows that social media sites, led by Facebook, are still the primary source of news for a lot of U.S. adults and this trend can be seen across other countries where these social networks are similarly popular.

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October 23, 2017Published by: Drew

Trying something new – book short bursts of time with Battenhall in our 20% time

Update: our 2017 dates are now fully booked, so we have launched new dates for 2018 which are now available to book here

Since day one, we have tried to do things differently to other PR firms and ad agencies here at Battenhall, in the hope that we can find a new, more relevant working model for the social media age we're in. One of these different things is how we manage our time.

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October 20, 2017Published by: Drew

Battenhall awarded Best Specialist Consultancy Highly Commended gong by PR Week

It was award ceremony week this week at Battenhall, with both the PR Week Awards and the UK Social Media Awards falling on the same night. We were fortunate enough to have been shortlisted for a 'best agency' award at both, with PR Week putting us through as finalists for Best Specialist Consultancy, and the UK Social Media Awards naming us as finalists for Best Large Agency.

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October 5, 2017Published by: Meg Edwards

Instagram adds polls to its stories plus more!

This week Instagram rolled out a very exciting new feature. Users can now post a story with a voting sticker that works as a button and allows people to answer a two-option question. The user is then able to see what people have voted and which option is winning.

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September 27, 2017Published by: Drew

What would you do with twice the tweet? #280characters

Last night, Twitter announced that it will be doubling the length of a tweet, to 280 characters. The social network launched originally as an alternative to the text message, which back then could only be 160 characters long. So Twitter factored in the username length, and gave each tweet a maximum of 140. This has been Twitter's USP since day one, but as user growth has slowed for Twitter, the company has been looking for new features to roll out that might reignite users' love for the social network.

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