PR tactics

If you’ve ever done a brainstorming activity with me or been in a meeting discussing the future and new ideas, you know I have a penchant for innovation.

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In public relations, it’s important to be up-to-date on the important things happening in the world around you. A key part of what we do is monitor the news and position our clients accordingly as experts in their fields. 

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For today's blog post, I am thrilled to <formally> introduce you to our newest team member and associate strategist, Cassie Cotton.

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At P&G, we always strive to be the best in our craft. In the pursuit of this goal, we asked Mary Sterenberg of The Ohio State University to do a refresher webinar for our team on grammar and AP Style. We loved it, and her.

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Creative feedback

We’ve all been there. You spent hours and hours cultivating a great idea in your head, working through the execution of the idea and perfecting each last detail on the final product so it becomes what you originally envisioned.

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When I decided to study public relations I knew that an agency would be the perfect and most rewarding place to start.  An agency is a great place to learn how to better communicate, manage time and balance work between clients. 

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Social media

With the ever-changing platforms, trends and constant competing for audiences, working in social media can be exciting―but it takes work to stay on top of your creative game.

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PR tactics

Anyone can talk the talk. And anyone can say she has the best team, the best culture, the best approach and the best strategies – because, why wouldn’t you?

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Writing a feature

In public relations, there’s nothing worse than sitting at your desk, staring at a Word document on your screen and knowing it’s up to you to transform that blank page into a compelling feature article by the deadline. We’ve all been there.

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