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How Social Media Is Reshaping Public Relations


With a global usership in the billions, social media has become one of the fastest growing industries in the world. Its influence is simply too large to ignore. Here we discuss five ways social media has affected the public relations industry and why PR professionals need to jump on board with the latest trends.

Amanda Moyer on Mass Appeal
08.01.2018

Tips For A Successful On-Camera Interview


Broadcast interviews can make even the most sophisticated executive uneasy, but they offer the opportunity to deliver messages to a wide audience quickly and simultaneously. Since television is a visual medium, your physical demeanor and style are just as important as what you say. With the right preparation and approach, everyone can be an effective on-camera communicator.


06.05.2018

Direct Mail: Success Is in the Details


One reason direct mail has remained so effective is that it’s tangible. So, you want to make sure that what you send cuts through the clutter, both in term of messaging and visual appeal––and that you reach the audience you want at a price that doesn’t break the budget.

Presenting with Success


It has been estimated that 75% of all people experience some degree of anxiety or nervousness when it comes to public speaking, exceeding even the fear of death. Here, we share some tips about how to give a presentation like a pro!

Teamwork Makes The Dream Work


It’s generally known in the business world that happier employees do better work. When team members are satisfied and energized, they’ll produce stronger results and put in the extra effort needed to meet their goals. However, too many executives believe that happiness is a function of salary, benefits or job title, rather than considering less obvious factors that contribute to an employee’s happiness in the workplace.


11.27.2017
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A “Small” Holiday with a Big Impact


Small Business Saturday is an American shopping holiday conceived by American Express Corporation as a counterpart to Black Friday and Cyber Monday as a means to stimulate local economies, initiatives and organizations. We hope to give you some food for thought before you make that online or big box store purchase.