Tag Archives: Public Relations

External Marketing Firms Offer the Best of Both Worlds

Successful marketing is vital for corporate success. Managing the marketing process in today’s digital world  is complex and fraught with difficulties. Which is why large organizations increasingly turn to outside marketing firms for help. As McKinsey describes it; The teams … Continue reading

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Presentation to Make? Here Are 12 Questions That Will Help You Connect With Your Audience.

As Dale Carnegie once said,  “There is no sweeter sound to any person’s ear than the sound of their own name…” Successful presentations connect with the audience and gain their attention.  Here are 12 questions to help facilitate that process. … Continue reading

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Startups Who Want to do PR In-house

Want to take the DIY route to creating media coverage for your startup? Read on here is some quality advice and guidance to help you be successful. Be Honest Ask yourself honestly what are you doing that is truly newsworthy? The … Continue reading

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Fake News and its Impact on Public Relations

As the adage goes, a lie races around the world in the time it takes the truth to put its shoes on. Shortly after the 2016 US Presidential election, America’s interest in “fake news” spiked. This was fueled in part … Continue reading

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Censors or Custodians of the Comments?

The debate about comment sections on web sites can be as divisive as the comments themselves. Recently The Verge and The Daily Dot closed their comments sections because they’ve become too hard to manage. Moderating comments is a significant task … Continue reading

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