Nigel Morgan is a former journalist who sold his soul to the dark art of spin when he was asked to bolster the thin blue line and become a police press officer. A poacher turned gamekeeper he came to realise if he could make the cops look good he could do it for anyone and Morgan PR was launched in 2002.
His experience as a crime reporter while a journalist and as a police press officer has given him an insight into dealing with victims of crime and presenting their stories in a responsible way that balances the demands of the media with the needs of a victim. This translates to understanding how businesses should be presented to the media and to their customers too.
One of Morgan PR’s major clients is the Newbury Weekly News Group and in his capacity as a freelance journalist, Nigel Morgan writes both editorial and advertising copy for their business, leisure and property publications. Many Morgan PR clients have first started working with the company after witnessing its skills through this approach.
A popular blogger he first wrote a blog in 2001 and started business blogging for Morgan PR in 2006 and writes a host of guest blogs and ghost blogs for clients. He joined LinkedIn in 2006 and Twitter in 2007; he tweets regularly across a number of accounts to over 15,000 followers, including @Nigel_Morgan, @DailyPRTips and @DailyTwitTips. Then came Facebook and it was clear social media had a formidable role within public relations.More recently platforms like Pinterest and Google+ have increased the role of social media yet further in great public relations.
An established professional public speaker he is regularly invited to deliver seminars and workshops on public relations and social media and appears as a social media expert on radio and television.
He is also a published author having been commission in 2012 to write the 30 Day PR Challenge, Nigel Morgan has behind the 30 Day LinkedIn Challenge, both part of the bestselling 30 Day Challenge series of eBooks.
He comments: “We help companies make sense of social media and explore how it fits into what we call ‘Organic PR’ which simply reflects what your business does and how best to promote you without using gimmicks. We help businesses get the balance right between the ‘social of social media and their obvious need to make it pay.”
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