Category Archives: Iris Public Relations

Tom Peters on Presentations

Being able to give a strong presentation is one of the key factors to pitching a PR campaign.  There are quite a few amazing public speakers out there for us to learn from, Tom Peters being one of them.  I … Continue reading

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Crisis Communication

I found this blog about crisis communication and thought it was fitting since this is what we have been learning in class. The three rules they discuss in the blog are important ones to follow. This post links to a … Continue reading

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What Does a Logo Say About You?

There is a lot of emphasis put on storytelling in PR.  So how do you tell a story?  Can a logo tell a story for you?  I think it really depends on how you decide to display your logo to … Continue reading

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Will Your Character Save You?

This blog on Crisis blogger alludes that if you have  good character, any mistakes you make will be forgiven. I can not say I agree with this 100 percent, but a good reputation certainly can help in the event that … Continue reading

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Jeremy Pepper, blogger of POP! PR Jots, takes a stab at laying out rules for Twitter-ing. His rules were derived from his lack of tolerance for Twitter-idiocy. As an avid Twitter-er, Pepper outlines his set of laws for the Twittervese in … Continue reading

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Search Engines

By Iris Pr Jeremy Zanwodny has a blog that mostly discusses certain types of technologies.  One blog in particular caught my eye called Yahoo! Search Taste Test.  Since searching the web to find relevant PR blogs and other trends of the … Continue reading

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Social Media Is As Easy As 1-2-3

According to Kami Huyse at Communication Overtones, starting and maintaining a company’s involvement with social media can be done in three easy steps. I have to say, though I am not a huge fan of social media, I understand its … Continue reading

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Presentations that Engage: Caleb Chung, Pleo the Dinosaur

As I was searching through TED.org I came across a recent “talk” by Caleb Chung, a well-known inventor of interactive children’s toys such as the Furby. Recently, he launched a robot named Pleo that is an functioning, walking, responding, trainable … Continue reading

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Ease of PR on the Net Hurting Independent Thought and Creativity

     It is no secret that advances in technology have made our world a smaller place. The internet obviously allows for quick dissemination of information, easy access to various forms of media and the ability to interact with people across … Continue reading

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Measuring and Persuading Public Opinion

By Iris Public Relations Public opinion not only determines how successful a PR campaign ultimately is, but also dictates how PR firms get their message across. The fifth edition of Strategic Communications Planning says, “Public opinion is the collection of … Continue reading

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