How do you learn about PR and Comms? Today I’m delighted to reveal the All Things IC blog has been named #3 in the UK’s Top PR and Communications blog by Vuelio for the second year running.
I’m honoured to be recognised in this way and to be alongside my peers in the industry. Thank you Vuelio.
If you’re looking for blogs to read, I recommend checking out the list to discover hundreds of articles focused on PR, social media, influencers, marketing and much more. You’re spoilt for choice. I’ve read articles on all of these sites and recommend them.
The Top 10 PR and Communications Blogs in the UK 2019 are:
- Stephen Waddington
- All Things IC – you’re already here!
- Neville Hobson
- Sarah Hall
- Power & Influence by Ella Minty
- MK by Marcel Klebba
- Amanda Coleman
- Scott Guthrie
- Dan Slee
Next month my blog turns 10-years-old. I still remember sitting at the table in my mum’s dining room (where I’d gone for some peace and quiet while studying), and pressing publish on my first post. Now, 1250 posts later, I don’t feel quite so panicky!
Thank you to everyone who has contributed to my blog over the past decade, I love sharing this platform with the IC pros who are making waves in their workplace, inspiring their employees and collating stories.
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Further reading about blogging via All Things IC
- What writing 1000 blog articles has taught me – published January 2017
- My ChuckChats discussion with Chuck Gose on blogging – published 2017.
- How blogging can help your business – published 2017 featuring a podcast episode with Janet Murray.
Thank you as ever for stopping by. I appreciate you reading and sharing my thoughts and those of your peers.
Post author: Rachel Miller.
First published on the All Things IC blog 20 February 2019.