Tag Archives: Crisis

Chill: Avoiding a Twitter Meltdown

While Twitter’s popularity has skyrocketed since 2006, it’s surprising that some folks (ahem, adults and celebrities) still don’t know how to use it nor do they exercise proper Twitter etiquette. The prime example comes from Keith Olbermann, an ESPN analyst … Continue reading

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PR Woes Drain Energy from Power Drink

The FDA will now require energy drinks to be sold as a beverage, not a dietary supplement, after 13 deaths and a letter from 18 doctors and researchers. For more than a decade, drinks like Monster Energy and Five-Hour Energy … Continue reading

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A Three-Hour Tour: Cruise Industry Faces Flood of Questions

On Valentine’s Day, the Carnival Triumph that had lost power four days earlier, finally sailed into Mobile Bay. The ship returned more than 4,000 travelers to land, along with a flood of new questions about cruise line-safety. A fire in … Continue reading

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PR, Relationships and Barack Obama…

First I would just like to say that I LOVE how every blog I looked at, no matter what aspect of PR it was talking about somehow related to Barack Obama winning the election last week. I know American Politics … Continue reading

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