• Cleopatra: Facts vs Fiction & What We Can Learn
  • We're Hiring: PR Account Manager
  • Hand Picked Bricklayer Builds Solid Future with Taylor Wimpey East Scotland  
  • Media and Reputation management
  • Social media in the news…..monkey selfies and causing risk to trials – my pick of this week’s media stories.
  • Is it time for your organisation to get more of an insight into what’s happening at Holyrood?
  • A bonnie nation with ambition, plus other news from the papers in the last fortnight.
  • Are our politicians accomplices in the death of the neck tie?
  • In case you missed it: Summer of historic houses, trams and mascot bust-ups
  • #HappyBirthdayHashtags, plus other picks of the week.
  • Changes for some of the country’s icons - both large and small - In Case You Missed It
  • Indigo June & July 2017 Newsletter - JDRF, #perfectharmony, Petanque and more
  • The Astrophysics of PR
  • Words, pictures and good deeds – in case you missed it.
  • When your PRO becomes the story
  • Will Trump jump the shark before season 4?
  • On a summery day at the end of July, we look back at some of our favourite stories from the month
  • Trump: The Art of the Political Handshake
  • Navigating a minefield – how do politicians decide where to go on holiday?
  • Indigo PR brass nameplate outside their offices
    In case you missed it: coffee, dogs, tennis, work and selfies
  • In case you missed it: Indigo's picks from this week in the media.
  • The blustery days of an Edinburgh summer and some personal picks of the month
  • The Disruptive TEDx-ette
  • Indigo Newsletter – May 2017 – #perfectharmony, Ingliston Revival & More!
  • Addicted to technology?
  • Scottish Local Government Election Roundup
  • A life less ordinary: Indigo's Jacqui Low talks to Herald Scotland in a new article
  • What’s the point of street protests?
  • A life-changing six months
  • The Week in Scotland: Must have accessory - the photo op
  • Indigo Newsletter - April 2017 - Brexit Stooshie & More!
  • Maybe, Maybe not
  • PR-ing your event
  • How social media can help a bad news story grow arms and leg(gings)
  • Kingsley. The seven foot, mono-browed, dentist-deprived ray of sunshine.
  • MT Inspiring Women in Business Conference Poetry
  • Confidence Booster
  • Quotes from the March 2017 MT Inspiring Women’ MT Inspiring Women in Business Conference
  • Digital disruption: Closing the gender gap
  • Budget analysis: Much caution, few rabbits from Chancellor’s fiscal statement
  • Indigo Guest Blog: Scottish Property Federation
  • Lots to look forward to in next week’s UK Budget
  • STEM Insights: Caroline Jones Carrick
  • STEM Insights: Pat Denzler
  • STEM Insights: Dr Kirsty Ross
  • STEM Insights: Cynthia Guthrie
  • STEM Insights: Dr Kami Vaniea
  • STEM insights: Julie Grieve
  • STEM Insights: Lucy Murdoch
  • How do you solve a problem like referendums?
  • Trump & Twitter. Can they continue to go hand in hand?
  • The Scottish Budget: what to expect
  • Is it about where you come from…or where you’re going?
  • What reputation means to me
  • Why reputations are important
  • Do reputations matter?
  • Shiver me timbers! Are the pirates really taking over?
  • Feature picks
  • THINK before you speak. Those that did and those that didn’t
  • It’s all to play for in the high stakes world of Brexit…
  • The Power of Words - whatever the medium
  • Is Facebook taking over?
  • What do Twitter’s changes mean for your business?
  • Navigating a minefield – how do politicians decide where to go on holiday?
  • Rio 2016
    False start for Rio 2016 organisers
  • The benefits of challenges
  • Indigo CIPR PRide Awards Nominations
  • The art of the political put down
  • A PR’s quick guide to Social Media Ads
  • Roy Hodgson
    What Media Training tips have we learnt from the Euros?
  • Keep calm and carry on
    Thoughts from another world
  • Crisis communications
    Regardless of the result, today’s referendum will deliver a communications crisis for one set of political leaders. Are they ready?
  • JDRF Type 1 Diabetes
    It’ll take teams, not a lone maverick, to find the cure for type 1 diabetes
  • status quo
    Human psychology suggests the ‘Remainers’ will be rocking all over the world come Friday…
  • Keira Knightly
    Will tribal instincts on social media influence the referendum result?
  • social media
    Being part of a social media community
  • john sturrock
    Out with the old ways of thinking, in with the new…..
  • women mavericks
    Maverick women who lead the way “over, under, through”
  • We need mavericks to change the system
  • EU Referendum
    Are you maverick enough to win champagne?
  • Struan Stevenson: "the daft ramblings of the Brexit squad"
  • The Indigo team picks their favourite mavericks and teams
  • claudio ranieri
    Mavericks and team-builders in the media
  • Steve Jobs
    Mavericks Vs Teambuilders
  • How well do you know Scotland's new MSPs?
    How well do you know Scotland's new MSPs?
  • Holyrood’s gender balance problem
    Holyrood’s gender balance problem
  • There are many ways to make a point. Some of them subtle and others not. 
  • Minority government
    Once upon a time there was a minority government or coalition
  • Scottish Parliament Election
    The Scottish Parliament Election 2016
  • “It’s purdah Jim, but not as we know it”
  • Parliamentary receptions
    Making the most of parliamentary receptions
  • Cycle Law Scotland
    Striving for better: Cycle Law Scotland
  • Top 5 benefits of developing a good social media presence
  • Be All You Can Be - Caroline Jones Carrick
  • Hand Picked – to be all you can be
  • Is language holding women back?
  • What’s the right social media channel for you?
  • Be All You Can Be: A Business Perspective
  • Note of Success: St Mary’s Music School
  • Too many role models?
  • The Rallying Cry: Be All You Can Be
  • Three key lessons in effective Crisis Communications
  • Guest Blog: Student accommodation – some numbers and concerns
  • Guest Blog: Both UK and Scottish Governments must put shoulders to the wheel to solve Scotland’s housing crisis
  • What’s in store in this year’s March Budget?
  • Kanye West – Music’s PR Mogul?
  • Game, Set and Match-fixing
  • House of Digital Commons
  • Politics: Show-business for ugly people? Or are the celebs taking over?
  • Top 5 Political Social Media Gaffes
  • Running a Campaign
  • What is the Autumn Statement and why should I care?
  • Shagaluf to Famaluf?
  • The Political Education Report Card – mixed results, must do better
  • Rugby World Cup 2015 – When to speak up and what to focus on
  • Rugby World Cup 2015 – When to speak up and what to focus on
  • The A-Z of good client protocol
  • The A-Z of good client protocol
  • What’s the point of party conferences?
  • What’s the point of party conferences?
  • Are Britain and Twitter the same?
  • Are Britain and Twitter the same?
  • What should Scottish parties be including in their social media election plans?
  • What should Scottish parties be including in their social media election plans?
  • PR lessons from Ryanair
  • PR lessons from Ryanair
  • Is passion and politics a young man’s game?
  • Is passion and politics a young man’s game?
  • Welcome to Indigo!
  • Welcome to Indigo
  • In praise of newspapers
  • In praise of newspapers
  • Banking on Twitter for predictions
  • Banking on Twitter for predictions
  • Crisis Comms planning
  • A desk with office equipment scattered
    Crisis Comms planning
  • Mobile phone with an image of the Earth in the background
    The evolution of Twitter, a certain US actor and me
  • Man diving into a frozen sea
    On a Mission
  • 3,2,1…Action!
  • Event planning with an edge
  • Excellence in Communication at TEDx
  • Smile Please
  • Why is my news feed suddenly full of politicians?
  • It’s not cricket! And it’s not great PR either
  • Will PR ever become a matter of which software to use?
  • Royal Baby puts Media in a Spin
  • Whoever said politics was boring? Indigo’s top 5 social media moments this general election campaign.
  • Amazing Night Spent with CHAS at their Robin House Hospice
  • The Election on Twitter
  • I’ll debate you any time, any place, any social media platform
  • What’s the big deal with Meerkat & Periscope?
  • “It’s the [Constitution/Trust], Stupid!”
  • Indigo’s work with Beating Bowel Cancer comes highly commended at prestigious PR Week Awards
  • Temperatures rising in Scotland
  • Beating Bowel Cancer and Indigo celebrate shortlisting for UK Communiqué Awards.
  • Looking beyond the horizon: The week in Scotland
  • Is Labour losing its grip on the Scottish centre-left?
  • The online battle for Scotland
  • Labouring off-message
  • Marking the red lines
  • How TV is the icing on the cake for Bake Off’s Ruby
  • Facebook’s red-face moment
  • Social media – where being real has more appeal
  • Two-thirds of salad wasted, says Tesco
  • Banking on support
  • Managing money
  • Is brand transformation the key to success?
  • Singing like a bird…….
  • PR does not have a problem
  • Dundee: the renaissance of this great city and its reputation
  • Preparing for the referendum?
  • Is anything confidential these days?
  • A Rudderless leader
  • And in a blink of a click it was gone...
  • Cruelty in the jungle
  • Social media v social etiquette
  • These are the good old days
  • Freefalling into the world record books
  • Agreeing on how to disagree
  • Union Terrace Gardens not uniting Aberdonians
  • Harry’s princely hangover for Vegas weekend
  • The sun comes down on Twilight’s golden couple
  • Who wears the trousers in beach volleyball?
  • Olympic-sized relief for the coalition
  • Olympics update - Cameron 1 Romney 0
  • And representing the UK in the political ‘Olympics’ game – Boris Johnson
  • Jesus Christ - is the curtain being pulled down over London’s West End?
  • Even a couch potato will be moved by this...
  • BA – the drive by
  • Does the 'Beautiful Game' need to clean up its act?
  • Could we be seeing #ad on Twitter?
  • Bringing back a touch of 'high society' to Royal Ascot
  • ‘The Donald Circus’ rolled into town and everyone was after a ringside seat
  • Evidence of the power of words
  • Paws for thought
  • Celebrity 'Mum of the Year' shows the true fickleness of the British public
  • Who still 'hearts' Valentine's Day?
  • Diamond Jubilee offers a diamond opportunity for the reputation of our Royal Family
  • Costa Concordia disaster spells long-term 'disaster' for industry's reputation
  • Ethical spending on the increase
  • Shooting their mouths off
  • Is our reputation damaged by care shame?
  • The sun sets for the Daybreak duo
  • Hair today...
  • Big hopes for smaller pages?
  • Going nowhere fast
  • Mind your Ps and Qs
  • Make Ed and the rest remember your name
  • The trolls with no name
  • Rugby was the winner on the day
  • Scottish councils making a # of social media
  • Kerry Katona - the cat that got the cream
  • Construction projects can demolish reputations
  • Newspapers show their value
  • The sale of kidneys
  • Celebrity deaths
  • Blue-sky thinking
  • Dominique Strauss-Kahn and the 'she said, he said' media battle
  • The politics of mothers in law
  • Keep a positive attitude
  • Work experience at Indigo
  • Suzanne busts a move for Cancer Research
  • My day with Dayzee
  • It’s official – the world has gone mad!
  • Mother nature causes chaos once more
  • The ups and downs of retailing
  • On a high on royal wedding day
  • Post Royal Wedding Stress
  • Supersized super injunctions
  • Wayne Rooney's reputation - it's a game of two halves
  • Politically correct public relations
  • The royal wedding countdown
  • Jet takes off at Crufts
  • Knowing the cost of everything, the value of nothing
  • Good and bad PR examples for the week 28 February 2011
  • Good and Bad PR examples for the week 21 February 2011
  • Good and Bad PR examples for the week 14 February 2011
  • Good and Bad PR examples for the week 7 February 2011
  • Good and bad PR examples for the week 31 Jan 2011
  • Good and bad PR examples for the week 24 Jan 2011
  • Julian Assange - hero or villain?
  • EastEnders baby death plot - a twist too far?
  • Hello 2011
  • Review of 2010's PR moments - part two, the Bad
  • Review of 2010's PR moments - part one, the Good
  • A winner's smile
  • Nations would count the cost of leaving the euro
  • Step by step...
  • What a difference 30 years make…
  • Snow Joke
  • EU needs to raise its communications game
  • Royal wedding blues...
  • Cockroach Katie
  • We're recruiting!
  • The critical asset in times of trouble: Reputation
  • Who's responsible for your organisation's reputation?
  • Scotland heading for EU Treaty referendum
  • Mindset Revolution
  • Unplugged and isolated in the new digital age
  • Cheryl Cole's media reputation - is she worthy of it?
  • Will the real Jacqui Smith please stand up...
  • The real state of Scotland's building industry - and making the case for its support
  • Delhi Commonwealth Games
  • Hello and welcome to the Indigo blog.
  • Good and Bad PR examples for the week 7 February 2011