Tag Archives: Syndicated Posts

What’s Your Mona Lisa? Finding the Fascination and Framing It Well

It’s not every day you get to see the Mona Lisa in person. And for those of you who’ve been to The Louvre, you know it takes about a day to find the room where the Mona Lisa hangs and then a half day to wiggle your way to the front of the crowd to […] | MORE »

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LeBron James Learns a Lesson in Effective PR

LeBron James’ stunning announcement on Friday that he was heading back to Cleveland and rejoining the Cavaliers provides some food for thought for PR pros. Make that a feast. For starters, it certainly didn’t go unnoticed that James chose Sports Illustrated—if ever there was a symbol of traditional media—to tell the world that he was […] | MORE »

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3 Wise Ways to Tie Your PR to Sales

It’s the definitive question in C-suites, boardrooms and industry conferences: is there a correlation between PR and sales? It’s safe to say that, as a whole, communicators have not done a stellar job at demonstrating the link between PR and the top or bottom line.                                                                                                                   While PR can sometimes directly be tied to sales, I […] | MORE »

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6 Business-Meeting Do’s, and 6 Absolute Don’ts

So you have a major meeting this week. Let’s say it’s a really important client meeting. You just landed a big account, and now you’re working out the details of who’s going to manage what. Or maybe the corporate communications department is tasked with implementing a social media and earned media campaign for a new […] | MORE »

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7 Ways to Shake Up Your Routine This Week

At a yoga class the other day, the instructor excitedly and in a heavy whisper told us she was going to shake things up a bit. “We’re not going to do the same moves you’re used to.” I peered down the hall at the Spinning class and contemplated rolling up my yoga mat and making […] | MORE »

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3 PR Lessons from the Redskins Controversy

For communicators following the latest wrinkle regarding the Washington Redskins’ controversial name, it’s your basic PR blocking and tackling. On Wednesday a federal board cancelled the team’s trademark registration, calling its nickname “disparaging to Native Americans.” While the ruling puts a bit of a squeeze on the Redskins’ bottom line—the Redskins and the NFL are […] | MORE »

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9 Social Media Tips that You Can’t Afford to Overlook

If you weren’t at the PR News Social Media Summit last week, I forgive you. But really, you should try to attend an upcoming conference of ours because you are going to pick up a lot of unique, sound and creative tactics and strategies  – what we like to call “stealable ideas” – that will […] | MORE »

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The Yin and Yang of Social Media

I love Yelp. Not because I’m a foodie or a big restaurant goer, but for its reviews. Whatever the establishment—whether it’s a new Bobby Flay creation or garden-variety diner—you can easily find wildly divergent views of the same restaurant, which makes for some entertaining reading. For one person, the meal is so deliciously good that […] | MORE »

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Business Conversations That Make Me Lose Sleep

Which workplace exchanges do you find to be most difficult? For most people, they’re centered on two things: Personnel and performance. Both of these things straddle the worlds of internal communications and HR, and both are also general managerial challenges. I recently read an interesting column in Business Insider about the toughest conversations you can […] | MORE »

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Target CMO Sends a Powerful Message to PR Field

Rumors continue to swirl that Target CMO Jeff Jones may be named as the company’s new CEO. Target is looking to fill the top slot after it announced earlier this month that CEO Greg Steinhafel had stepped down. Steinhafel’s departure was precipitated by a massive security breach late last year in which hackers may have […] | MORE »

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