Daily Archives: March 16, 2009

Wrong moves with social media

So I’m a manager at a retail store and recently I received an email that said the company would be discontinuing the weekly newsletters. I was really surprised by this because these newsletters were incredibly informative and always had really … Continue reading

Posted in The Fifth Firm | Tagged , | 11 Comments

Changing of the Guard: Print Goes Online or No Where

A lot has been made of the near 150 year old Seattle Post-Intelligence closing down its print division tomorrow to go strictly to web-content only. Newspapers have been struggling for many years now and it seems that the current recession … Continue reading

Posted in Step Up Communications | Tagged , , | 2 Comments

Own Your Conversation

A few weeks back our class had the priviledge of hearing a lecture by SEO guru Vanessa Fox.  While speaking to us via Skype, Fox discussed several companies that failed to make themselves known through Google.  As Fox explained, it’s … Continue reading

Posted in LAM Creative, Uncategorized | Tagged | 10 Comments

Gaining Coverage in a Declining Journalism World

The Valley PR Blog recently reported that Brad Perry and Dan Davis of KTVK Channel 3 are no longer with the station, no reason has been given for their departures. Regardless, this only adds to the growing number of  job loss in the journalism industry, which is no … Continue reading

Posted in 3's Company PR | 3 Comments

You can't always rely on your fans…

Everyone always says “there is no such thing as bad press?”  At times I am sure people disagree with this, especially when they are on the negative side of things, but what happens when you set yourself up for this? … Continue reading

Posted in Spirals | 10 Comments

Too many choices?

During spring break I had a conversation with someone about the different types of social media and how they were changing the way people communicate with one another. This person explained to me that they did not fully understand the … Continue reading

Posted in Mission Public Relations | Tagged , , | 6 Comments