Eryl Bradley

Junior Account Manager

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All about Eryl

Eryl joined Fourth Day in 2016 after graduating from the University of Manchester with a degree in History and Sociology.

Eryl enjoys storytelling and has a great grasp on the types of stories that will resonate with an audience. As well as managing clients she plays a key role in Fourth Day’s own marketing activities.

Outside of work, Eryl loves running, reading, music and hiking in the great outdoors. She is also our in-house Welsh speaker – a skill that has come in surprisingly handy with clients!


Recent articles by Eryl

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.


Weathering a social storm

It’s incredible how, in just over a decade, social media has changed the way companies conduct business, from how to spend money on advertising, to handling customer service queries and much more.


Social media is changing: here's what you need to know

Monitoring changes on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook is a fun part of working in PR. As with much in the digital world, these platforms are constantly evolving as they adapt to changes in user behavioural patterns. 


How has George Osborne been getting on at the Evening Standard

George Osborne’s decision to become editor of the London’s Evening Standard in March, and subsequently leave his parliamentary position, intrigued many at the time. So, what does the former Chancellor make of his new role? Well, he recently shared his thoughts during an event hosted by the London Press Club.


KFC's fowl-pas: when adverts go wrong (and right)

The recent furore surrounding the KFC advert - The Whole Chicken – sparked some serious conversation in the London office. Featuring a chicken dancing to X gon’ give it to ya by DMX, many members of the public raised objections due to its ‘distressing’ nature.


From Stornoway to St Ives: how to succeed at regional PR

As a public relations company with offices across Europe, we’ve come to know about the differences in international working styles – you may have seen our blogs about PR in France, Germany, the US and Africa.