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What’s Your Type-ography?

In public relations, messaging is everything. Whether that message is in-your-face through text or implied through design, how you say it matters. One of the most basic, yet most neglected, aspects of messaging is typography. It’s on every communication platform … Continue reading

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Unity A Common Thread in New Ads

Back in the ’50s and ’60s, commercials were simplistic. They showcased the product, maybe mentioned the slogan of the brand that made the product, and sometimes if we were lucky, they would show the product in use. Modern day commercials … Continue reading

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Gun Debate Triggers Corporate Response

In the wake of the Feb. 14 Parkland school shooting in Florida, many companies are taking a stand against the National Rifle Association. Companies are taking it upon themselves to be proactive in the gun control movement in the absence of … Continue reading

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Thumbs Down on Snapchat Update?

In January 2018, Snapchat updated its platform in order to post previously captured content. It wanted posts to appear without the distinctive white border, signifying it is from a camera roll, and also combining messages, posts, stories and ads all … Continue reading

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Visual Storytelling PR’s Hottest Trend

The evolution of the media landscape has changed the way public relations works in many companies. Brands have now transitioned from depending solely on traditional media outlets to producing their own customer-focused content and news through journalists and PR professionals … Continue reading

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Twitter’s Big Assist in B-Ball Madness

March is a great time of year for college basketball enthusiasts. The annual NCAA tournament March Madness is a 68-team single-elimination tournament to select the champion of college basketball. According to Adweek, Twitter has a courtside seat this year. Throughout … Continue reading

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Fore! Woods Continues Ride on PR Roller Coaster

Tiger Woods’ career was defined by massive success and glory until a Black Friday car crash in 2009 that sparked one of the most infamous public relations disasters in sports history. Woods’ failed to control the damage to his reputation … Continue reading

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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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