Monthly Archives: April 2010

Tiger’s lose at Master’s Augusta National…what’s the PR plan now?

Phil Mickelson took home another green jacket after winning Master’s at August National this past weekend. Tiger, whom everyone was eagerly watching didn’t come close. With Mickelson’s wife fighting breast cancer, her standing at the 18th hole with tears in … Continue reading

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What is next for airlines?

“Oh, by the way, you DO know there is a cost to carry on that small bag of yours, right?” WAIT, WHAT? Now you have to pay to bring ANYTHING on a plane? I think this is absolutely ridiculous! In … Continue reading

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Census 2010: On a Mission

Have you received the United States Census 2010 in the mail? Better yet, have you filled it out and turned it in?  Chances are you answered yes to both those questions.  I hadn’t really been familiar about the process and results … Continue reading

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Seeking to Kill Bad Press IS Bad Press

It’s a part of the game.  When a company is publicly traded they are targeted with a great deal of public scrutiny.  Many times, companies try to avoid this or discredit those who are criticizing them.  This is only natural to defend the company’s … Continue reading

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Too Hot. Too Cold. Just Right

Today, I read a blog by Ari Herzog entitled AriWriter: Strategies and Tips on Social Media & Online Marketing.  The blog I read, “Too Many Marketing Agencies Fail to Market Themselves”, contained interesting insight into an issue I think many … Continue reading

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Do you trust Undercover Boss?

Corporate America and its top executives are making the news everyday. The economy, unemployment rates, government bail outs and product crises are becoming a trend on the home pages and front pages of news publications and can often work to … Continue reading

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To Do or Not?

  Are they effective? Do they make me more effective? Would I forget everything if I didn’t create to-do lists? It is a concept that mesmerizes me. Whenever I am really stressed out and overwhelmed with the number of things … Continue reading

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2-Year-Old Finds iPad Easy to Use

The iPad is not only for teens and adults, according to Mashable.com two-year-olds can use them too! What is our world coming to? Two-year-olds are playing with  apps like Dr. Seuss on the iPad. When I was growing up I … Continue reading

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Tiger Woods and his PR mistakes over the last couple months…

Over the last couple months, one of the most admiring athletes in America, Tiger Woods, took a big fall with all of his cheating controversies. He went from being the most popular in the golfing world, to the most popular … Continue reading

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Power nap? Don’t mind if I do.

Since I was in kindergarten all the way until my senior year of college, I have noticed the overwhelming amount of times that I’ve wanted/needed a power nap. This mostly occurs right after lunch, around 2:00 or 3:00 p.m. and … Continue reading

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