December 2017 - MirrorMePR
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Rustic Farmhouse Decor Ideas To Fall In Love With

Rustic Farmhouse Decor Ideas To Fall In Love With

The MirrorMePR Country PR Team like to take inspiration from the countryside and incorporate it into their homes. In this blog we are going to share with you, our top tips for transforming your urban flat or town house into a countryside retreat with a few of our favourite farmhouse touches (while looking uber stylish ...
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Top Tips For Looking After Your Horse This Winter

Top Tips For Looking After Your Horse This Winter

With the winter months fast approaching, the MirrorMePR Equine PR Team give their top tips for coping with bad weather and fresh horses in this blog.   GET YOUR FEEDING RIGHT If you know a cold spell is forecast, then it’s better to cut down your horse’s food gradually rather than suddenly. Planning ahead isn’t ...
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10 Tips For Keeping Your Dog Safe & Happy This Festive Season

10 Tips For Keeping Your Dog Safe & Happy This Festive Season

  Keeping your dog safe and happy during the festive period is easy with the MirrorMePR Canine PR Team’s top 10 tips! 1. Chocolate is incredibly toxic to dogs, so don’t leave chocolate laying around on tables or under the Christmas tree. Wrapped or no wrapping, greedy dogs will chew through anything but a metal ...
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Add Some Sparkle To Your Social This Christmas

Add Some Sparkle To Your Social This Christmas

In the build-up to the big day, how can you ensure your brand stands out from the stiff competition and big boy brands with their huge budgets? The MirrorMePR Social PR Team share a few of their top tips:   As a naturally highly engaged platform, use Instagram to add luster to your Christmas campaign. ...
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Top Tips For Looking After Your Horse This Winter

Top Tips For Looking After Your Horse This Winter

With the winter months fast approaching, the Equestrian PR specialists MirrorMePR Equine Team give their top tips for coping with bad weather and fresh horses in this blog.   GET YOUR FEEDING RIGHT If you know a cold spell is forecast, then it’s better to cut down your horse’s food gradually rather than suddenly. Planning ahead ...
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