PR News Blogger Network

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Innovation Is Overrated

We asked a simple question on the PR News Facebook page this week: “What words are overused in press releases?” “Innovative” popped up the most among the responses. Did your eyes glaze over when you read that? That’s the … | MORE »

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Demos Lead Republicans in the ‘Worst PR Spellers’ Race

While there are several months to go before we find out if a Republican can unseat the incumbent in the White House, right now, the Democrats lead the Republicans in “worst PR spellers” race. A couple of weeks ago, someone from Rick Santoru… | MORE »

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Controversies Do Little to Dent Apple and Google’s Reputation Armor

Are Apple and Google’s reputations bulletproof? Both tech behemoths have been under fire recently, with the computer maker under the gun about working conditions at their suppliers’ plants in China, and Google taking shots today about planting a co… | MORE »

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If You’re Not on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn Do You Exist?

We are a divided nation, and I’m not referring to the upcoming presidential election or whether you’re a fan of Downton Abbey.  Rather, we are divided on the relevancy of our online persona.  If you are a hiring manager and a job candidat… | MORE »

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Syria-Time to Move From Awareness to Action

Unfortunately, at present there is no better case for the use of video to generate awareness than what is happening right now in Syria. As the international community debates on what action to take to … | MORE »

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Thought Leader or Action Hero: Which Do You Prefer?

It was a Eureka moment for me the other day when I was chatting with a long-time communications and branding consultant who expressed annoyance at the term “thought leadership.”  Given that I use that term … | MORE »

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Finishing, The Manning Way

By now you are either bleeding blue with glee that the NY Giants won the Super Bowl or you are on Gisele’s case for dissing husband Tom Brady’s teammates. Either way, you have to agree that Eli Manning is a class act. His press conference o… | MORE »

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Golfer Mickelson Takes a PR Gamble

With apologies to my bevy of female readers, golf has long been called the “gentleman’s game,” but probably lost that moniker when Tiger Woods hit that tree in his SUV back in 2009. We learned this week that the gentleman’s game… | MORE »

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Madonna is Nervous About Her Super Bowl Gig: Let’s Help Her Out!

She may strike a pose like no other, but Madonna is a nervous wreck about her half-time show during Sunday’s Super Bowl. In interview after interview this past week, she’s mentioned how “nervous” she is. You might be thinking, &… | MORE »

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College Flunks Trust, Reputation Test

While the 2012 Edelman Trust Barometer doesn’t include the academic world in its rankings, it would be a good bet that people have a decent amount of trust in institutions of higher learning. After all, colleges and universities are imparting str… | MORE »

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