Monthly Archives: November 2012

Touchdown for Beyonce

I must first make you aware of my bias in what I am about to write: I am a Beyonce fan. Now not to the level where I have ever packed up all that I own to follow her on … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Touchdown for Beyonce

#FirstWorldProblems Attract Donations

Nonprofit organizations and charities don’t have the same PR/marketing budget that private companies and government entities do, so when it comes to raise awareness for fundraising campaigns, their outreach is minimal and simple. Now, thanks to social media, engaging potential … Continue reading

Posted in Prime PR | Comments Off on #FirstWorldProblems Attract Donations

Livestrong Sans Lance

As an update to an earlier post, the Livestrong brand is moving on without Lance Armstrong as the face of the organization. On Oct, 17, Armstrong tweeted a link to his blog making the announcement. “I have had the great … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Livestrong Sans Lance

Whiff of Fiasco: Chanel No. 5 & Brad Pitt

Normally discussions about Chanel No.5 revolve around high class, luxury and elegance. But in the social media circles and its virtual watercooler, now all anyone can talk about is Chanel No.5’s much lampooned Brad Pitt commercial. The actor stands in front … Continue reading

Posted in Prime PR | Comments Off on Whiff of Fiasco: Chanel No. 5 & Brad Pitt

How to Handle a Royal Scandal

In light of the private photos of Kate Middleton taken on a holiday in France, it’ll be interesting to see how public relations comes into play as to how the Royal Family handles the scandal. Middleton was photographed without her bikini top while … Continue reading

Posted in V3 | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on How to Handle a Royal Scandal

A Crisis Silenced by the Media: Benghazi

During the past week, PR Lab teams have explored crisis management and different tactics used in dealing with critcal situations.  We discussed BP and the perceived lack of concern from former CEO, Tony Hayward, the lack of a timeline for … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , | Comments Off on A Crisis Silenced by the Media: Benghazi