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GIFs Say It With Pictures

As communication moves online and via text message, people lose social cues such as facial expressions, body language and tone. To compensate, some individuals use emoticons like 🙂 and 🙁 to express emotions. This morphed into emojis through which anyone … Continue reading

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Exercising Your EIQ Vital to PR

According to Travis Bradberry, author of Emotional Intelligence 2.0, there are four competencies to assess one’s emotional intelligence quotient (EIQ). These four competencies, categorized under personal competence and social competence, are: self-awareness, self-management, social awareness and relationship management. In his … Continue reading

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Harnessing the Power of Insight Tools

Determining your target audience is often the first struggle during media campaign development. Luckily for public relations professionals in this era, many audience insight tools have been created to make that first step easier. Here are a few of our … Continue reading

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Millennial Tastes Key to Diet Coke Reboot

In early January, Diet Coke announced a new PR campaign in an attempt to attract Millennials to the soda. This “attraction” comes in the form of slimmer, taller cans and new flavors. The rebranding is a complete makeover for the … Continue reading

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Social Media Users Tango with New Numbers

By Lisa Travis | RE: vive | January 25, 2018 The 21st century marketer’s dream tool belt is currently undergoing yet another series of changes that bring both good and bad news for those social media butterflies. New Facebook and Instagram … Continue reading

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Podcast Playlist Every PR Pro Should Know

Google searches can tell you everything you need to know these days, but there is something I learned while commuting to graduate school every day no one shared: how to turn time I used to see as “wasteful” into a … Continue reading

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Oscars Making All The Right PR Moves

The Oscars have taken matters into their own hands when it comes to 2018 nominations and they aren’t playing games. Amid all the sexual assault and harassment cases coming to light, James Franco’s past seemed to have snuck its way … Continue reading

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Research Key to PR Success

The first step in any successful campaign is to make yourself aware and knowledgeable about all aspects of your client and their industry — this includes their background, their competitors and successful marketing strategies for their industry. This all requires … Continue reading

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Can a Corn Puff be Racist?

Kellogg’s is in hot water after a Twitter user noticed a small but upsetting detail on the back of his son’s cereal box. Saladin Ahmed noticed that among the many yellow corn puff characters on the box, there was a … Continue reading

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Top PR Disasters of 2017 … So Far

  2017 has been a year filled with controversy, corporate gaffes, and tone-deaf advertisements. Let’s take a look at the top three public relations disasters of 2017…so far. 3. Pepsi Superbowl Ad with Kendall Jenner Easily one of the most … Continue reading

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