What utter nonsense ('AAR warns against new business pitches during Olympics', prweek.com/co.uk, 14 June).
If a London-based agency is not able to plan around the Olympics, what hope has it of planning a comms campaign?
Perhaps clients should deliberately try to arrange pitches during the Olympics to really put competing agencies to the test.
Government says Games can boost businesses
I found the AAR's warning on new pitches very interesting.
The UK Government promotes the Olympics as a good thing for British businesses and a helping hand towards recovery ...
Rules on Wikipedia brand page editing are clear
There seems to be a lot of confusion and misinformation about how brands can edit their Wikipedia pages, but it is very straightforward ('Brands suffer on Wikipedia, study reveals', prweek.com/uk, 14 June).
If you have any kind of professional relationship with a brand, you have a conflict of interest. It is against Wikipedia's terms and conditions for you to directly add or edit any content relating to that brand.
A PR person is allowed to edit a Wikipedia page to correct obvious vandalism, minor errors in spelling, grammar, usage, or facts, as well as providing accurate references for information that is already in the article.
As with any kind of social media channel, you should understand and engage with the community before you start trying to push your own agenda.