Daily Archives: March 30, 2014

LGBT or Arizona a Winner in SB 1062 Bout?

At this point, it’s unlikely to be unaware of what transpired in Arizona, the ruling of SB 1062, a bill meant to protect the religious freedom of business owners. Brewer’s veto was celebrated among gay rights advocates everywhere. And it’s … Continue reading

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Social Media Mimic Competitors

Of all the social media platforms available, you have to wonder how they will start affecting people who have worked in an industry tailored to certain groups through specific messaging — otherwise known as marketers. Each and every social media … Continue reading

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Christie Still Stuck In Bridgegate

For months, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has dealt with the biggest political scandal of his career. In January, reports surfaced that his aides were involved in closing several traffic lanes on the George Washington Bridge for political reasons. However, … Continue reading

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Malaysia Airlines: Victim of Its Own Poor PR?

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went missing on March 8 with 227 passengers and 12 crew members on board. These 239 souls left hundreds of family members on the ground waiting for and later, demanding answers. During the following weeks, well-intended … Continue reading

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Sloppy Photoshopping Nails ‘Target’

How do you handle crisis communication? Just ask this retail giant. Target’s recent security breach triggered multiple press releases updating consumers on the steps the company launched to remedy the situation.  The company reached out to customers on social media as well. … Continue reading

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