Category Archives: Precision PR

NFL scoring as social media player?

For many, the next 17 or so weeks will find them spending their Sundays gathered around the television with friends and family, costumed in shining jerseys, cheering on their favorite team. Yes, football season is here. Since 2007, the NFL … Continue reading

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Are a pair of high heels the new power tie?

So I came across this post on Valley PR Blog by Linda Vandeverde called Heels are the new “Power Ties” in PR that I would love to share with you. The author Linda Vandeverde mentions how high heels have gotten … Continue reading

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Agencies should be like our mates… attractive

Falling in love with the right mate is something most people dream of.   There are many to choose from and competition is fierce.   They have to be strong, dependable and most importantly, attractive.  Right?   With the Law … Continue reading

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C.R.E.A.M.

It is a sad fact, but money controls the world. People and organizations may try to fool us, but the ones that do not care about the bottom line will cease to exist in a capitalistic society. Public relations people … Continue reading

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A Branding Challenge to Write Home About

While reviewing PR blogs I came across a post by Dan Wool in the Valley PR Blog that surprised me and directly relates to my current PR internship. I work at a local alternative rock radio station as a PR/Promotions … Continue reading

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Publicity vs PR

So I came across a post on Seth Godin’s Blog called “The Difference Between PR and Publicity” and found it extremely interesting. I guess I have never really sat down and thought to myself that maybe these two words could … Continue reading

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Should PR be in the journalism school?

Don’t get me wrong. I am extremely proud to be a part of the Walter Cronkite School. It’s one of the most prestigious journalism schools in the country. But that’s the thing. It’s one of the best “journalism” schools. As … Continue reading

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Who is the gatekeeper of you (and me)?

The power of Google is difficult to fathom. According to searchenginewatch.com, an estimated 91 million searches are done each day through Google alone (This study is nearly three years old and I figure that stat is much higher now). I … Continue reading

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The Hunt

While hard at work simultaneously hunting for jobs and fighting off an impending quarter-life crisis, most of the time I’ve been spending online has been dedicated to… you guessed it, job searching! At the suggestion of my former boss (and … Continue reading

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Digital Proof is Stronger Than a Verbal Statement…

I came across this post “ Be Careful What You Post”  by Peter Shankman on his blog talking about the dangers in posting your own opinions on a company blog. There was a specific situation where a Ketchum employee was … Continue reading

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