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On the Power of Optimism in PR Communications

May 10th, 2013 by

The power of a positive outlook works wonders in communications.

On the Power of Optimism in PR Communications

May 10th, 2013 by

The power of a positive outlook works wonders in communications.

Measurement is Sexy. Really.

May 1st, 2013 by

There you are, reporting to your CEO on the outcome of a recent PR campaign you spearheaded. Your excitement is contagious as the CEO wants to know more about the positive tone, product awareness and visual dimensions, more about your company’s share…

How to Take Public Relations a Notch or Two ‘Furthur’

April 29th, 2013 by

The Grateful Dead, the Grandaddy of jam-band music, called it quits in 1995 soon after the death of lead guitarist (and first among equals) Jerry Garcia. The Dead’s 30-year run, which included nearly 2,300 concerts and a unique musical styling best d…

Questions All PR People Must Be Asking

April 26th, 2013 by

Oscar Wilde once said that the “question often arrives a terribly long time after the answer.”  For sure, asking the right questions early and often is the answer to a lot of problems we face as communicators.  Inundated with projects, challenges…

Kill Your Brand (For a Few Minutes)

April 22nd, 2013 by

The death of your brand: have you ever thought about it? Have you considered the implications of its demise, for better or worse? What might be lost in the marketplace of ideas, products or services if your brand no longer existed? Excuse my pessimism,…

Five PR Lessons From ‘The Voice’

April 15th, 2013 by

Why are so many of us addicted to “The Voice”? For me, it’s not because I am constantly reminded of what a poor singer I am.  I have my kids to remind me of that. Why I like “The Voice” over other reality shows has more to do…

We’re All Geeks Now

April 9th, 2013 by

Welcome to the Yottabyte Era. Yottabyte, which is equal to one quadrillion gigabytes, is the term to describe the next frontier of data technology. We’re now in the so-called Exabyte. Before that we had Terabyte and Petabyte eras. However you define …

Video, Rutgers and Leaders Gone Wild

April 3rd, 2013 by

At what point is it not OK for an employee to utter these words to people he’s managing: “You f—ing fairy; you’re a f—ing f—-t.” And at what point is it not OK to: Shove and kick the people you’re managing? The answer: when it

PR and the Airline ‘Fat Tax’: Endless Possibilties

March 27th, 2013 by

Recently, Dr. Bharat P. Bhatta of Sogn og Fjordane University College in Norway, laid out a modest proposal in the Journal of Review and Pricing Management: Airlines should charge overweight passengers more for their plane tickets than thin passengers….