Tag Archives: PR

Brick by Brick

As I look back on everything that I have learned about public relations, what excites me the most is the idea of building a brand and maintaining strong brand recognition. It is both challenging and rewarding to build something up from … Continue reading

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Keeping Your Message Alive

After reading this article: Was Occupy Wallstreet A PR Failure? I have begun to wonder about how successful social movements are sustained and in what ways Public Relations can keep a movement going. What happens after the initial excitement dies down? How … Continue reading

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Tricks of the Trade: Throw Some Fireworks on the Cover!

I had the pleasure of speaking with Karine Perrin, Account Manager at Direct Focus Marketing Communications, for a brief phone interview this afternoon. Karine and I met through our mutual friend, Carley English earlier this year and have since kept in touch with … Continue reading

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Comments

Comment #3: My most recent comment is in response to an article entitled, “Speakers, turn ‘interruptions’ into opportunities” posted on PRDaily.com Here are my thoughts: Comment #2: I responded to another article posted on PRDaily.com. This one is entitled, “5 ways to humanize your … Continue reading

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How to Avoid a PR Disaster

When taking on a new Public Relations (PR) project, it is tempting to jump right ahead to tactical ideas. However, this can and will most likely lead to a huge PR disaster. The number one way to avoid a PR nightmare is … Continue reading

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