Daily Archives: February 6, 2011

Super Bowl Adver-PRICY

The much anticipated game of the year happened earlier today when the Green Bay Packers defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-25 in Dallas. But why did the nation wait in anticipation for this game? For the spectacle that it is, Super … Continue reading

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PR Predictions Amidst Social Media Revolution

There has been a social media revolution going on for some time now, but that isn’t to say the revolution is over – in fact, it is really just getting underway. To predict the future of social media, the Internet … Continue reading

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Groupon’s Super Bowl Spot: #epicfail?

Super Bowl ads:  Almost as legendary as the event itself, they often garner as much attention and controversy as the actual game.  Among this year’s controversial spots was Groupon’s Save the Money ad series, which parodies everything from disappearing rain … Continue reading

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Blogs: More than just a pretty face

As social media and Internet use continue to increase, many public relations firms are scrambling to market themselves better.  While blog writing is nothing new to the marketing and public relations world, many have yet to perfect this idea of … Continue reading

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Is Taco Bell ‘Meating’ Your PR Standards?

Clearly, this new lawsuit against Taco Bell is a PR nightmare. If you aren’t already aware, an Alabama law firm is suing Taco Bell by alleging that its meat mixture contains only 35 percent beef, which fails to meet the U.S. … Continue reading

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