Danny Ward

Account Executive

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Account Executive

Danny joined Fourth Day in 2017 after completing his degree in English Literature and French at Nottingham University. During his Uni days he also spent time blogging for a football website and writing for his University newspaper.

At Fourth Day, Danny works across a number of clients in both content production and media relations. He loves learning about new technologies and also executes numerous social media campaigns for clients, having previously volunteered as a social media co-ordinator for Manifest, a biennial arts festival in Manchester. He is always our go-to expert on all things LinkedIn.

Outside of work Danny loves travelling and watching Burnley FC – home and away.

 

Recent articles by Danny

Why we need to move our conversations from online to offline

Why taking your online relationships offline can be so valuable - for both your business and your social life

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How to deal with a PR crisis - examples from Morocco

Every business will have to manage its own PR crisis sooner or later. Here we highlight three 2018 examples from Morocco, before providing you with some best practices for communicating during a time of crisis.

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Fourth Day PR expands presence in Africa

A news update on new client projects in Benin and Morocco

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An Interview with 'Mr LinkedIn', Mark Williams

I like to think I’ve built up a good base of knowledge about LinkedIn – recognising what works on the platform and what doesn’t, through a combination of experimentation with posting, reading up on tips and tricks, attending events and listening to podcasts.

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Three days in Paris

We love spending time with our international colleagues here at Fourth Day, so Eryl and I jumped at the opportunity to be able to work in the Paris office for three days.

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Going viral: logic or luck?

The modern dream of any marketing or PR professional is to design a campaign that gets everybody talking. We all want to produce content that will capture the public’s imagination and set the world ablaze.

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