Category Archives: Blog
By John Lonsdorf
Do you know who the best employees turned out to be? They are those who came in with a world of potential, but who had yet to experience that transformational moment that ALL good PR people seem to have – that magical moment when the light bulb turns on over their head, and they realize what it takes to be strategic as opposed to tactical.
By Dan Capawana
I may have been a little late to the party when it came to the hit AMC television hit series, Breaking Bad, but what I did not know is when I began watching the show was that I would find a link between it and public relations. Here are five lessons PR professionals can learn from Breaking Bad.
By Nick LaPlaca
On the very morning that I write this blog, the homepage of USA Today has no less than four headlines with official apologies to the United States of whoever cares on behalf of the recently penitent. Now this is not so much of a social commentary as it is a weary plea from a public relations professional who is tired of wasting his morning trying to remember who is apologizing for what.
By Tiffany Miller
Want to get ahead in your career? Stop doing these five things that can kill your career and any prospects of advancement on the spot.
By Carlee Pett
Whether we are a celebrity, publicist, or an average Joe, if you make a mistake or regret a social media post, can you just delete that post/tweet/blog, and pretend like it never existed?
By Melissa Hoistion
We all have so much work to do every day that sometimes we just get wrapped up in “doing” the work. I was so caught up in getting the work done that I wasn’t thinking about the big picture.
By John Lonsdorf
Just as it took Wyatt Earp to begin to bring law and order to Tombstone, Arianna Huffington may be the marshal who brings much needed maturity and sanity to the Internet. Because of Arianna Huffington’s visionary leadership, the year 2013 may go down as the year that the Internet began to finally grow up and mature.
By Anjelica Kinney
“What do you want to do with your life?” As a recent college graduate, this is one of my most frequently asked questions, and to be honest, it is the one question that I have come to really despise.