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#NewYearNewMe: 4 Ways To Improve Your PR Skills in 2018

What Are Your Goals In 2018?

As we begin to roll towards January, millions of people will ask themselves what they can do in 2018 to make it their best year yet. Instead of making unrealistic resolutions to hit the gym five days a week or finally check off all the items on your never-ending bucket list, choose one skill you want to focus on. Here are a few ideas… Continue Reading #NewYearNewMe: 4 Ways To Improve Your PR Skills in 2018

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5 Books to Give Your Public Relations Friend this Holiday Season

What's On Your PR Wish List?

The communications industry is evolving rapidly right now, and is continually becoming more multifaceted, integrated and complex. Public relations professionals are always hungry to find new ways to support our clients, develop our strategic thinking, be more creative and keep up with the latest tech trends. We’re really just a bunch of geeks. But it… Continue Reading 5 Books to Give Your Public Relations Friend this Holiday Season

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving!
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Why News Media Still Matter

Journalism still matters. But the printed page? Not necessarily.

  Four years ago this month, we published a blog post titled, “Why Newspapers Still Matter.” It outlined our thinking about print journalism providing an “experience” that is somehow richer than what one can find online. How a newspaper provides a unique snapshot of history. How it gets your hands dirty. How it makes critically… Continue Reading Why News Media Still Matter

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Meet Elaine: From Politics to PR, Qualities That Make You Marketable

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Since moving to D.C., the bulk of my professional experience has revolved around Capitol Hill. From learning the art of networking and office politics to interacting with politicians and distinguished professionals, every job has been challenging and fulfilling at the same time. But, six months ago, I became a part of the PR world and… Continue Reading Meet Elaine: From Politics to PR, Qualities That Make You Marketable

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An Evening of Politics and Parody for a Good Cause

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Working at the annual Al Smith Dinner is a little like being a guest of the fanciest and nicest family you’ll ever get to visit. The atmosphere is warm, the surroundings elegant, and the dress code over the top. Even the most devoted frump reveals an inner Carey Grant or Audrey Hepburn that is rarely… Continue Reading An Evening of Politics and Parody for a Good Cause

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You’re Already a Genius: Creativity, Systematized

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We all are well familiar with the concept of the artist beseeching his muse and waiting for inspiration to strike so he can release a work of pure genius upon the world. But if you ask me, the muse has caused a lot more trouble than help for creatives. When you go from artist to… Continue Reading You’re Already a Genius: Creativity, Systematized

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Meet Sonia: How Two Industries Converge Under The Business Of People

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In the past six months I often asked, “How would you like your steak cooked?” Seldom would I hear guests choose to cook their steak rare. It also may seem like a rare occurrence to equate being a server to being a public relations professional; however, I’m going to cook up some comparable ingredients and converge the two industries, much like a superhero crossover… Continue Reading Meet Sonia: How Two Industries Converge Under The Business Of People

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Irma: A Reminder of the Power of Compassion for Communicators

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I own a home in Florida near Sarasota.  The eye of Hurricane Irma passed right through Sarasota and within a mile or so of my home. I was not there, and most of my neighbors fled to higher ground before Irma came to visit. To my great surprise, a few “intrepid” souls in our community… Continue Reading Irma: A Reminder of the Power of Compassion for Communicators

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Take a Walk on the Client Side 

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When Peter Stanton founded Stanton Communications in 1989, he was singularly focused on establishing a firm that prioritized the client. Having spent nearly the prior decade in an environment that emphasized billable hours and maximum profits above all else, Peter felt there was a better way, and built Stanton Communications on a commitment to client service excellence.  Through the years, the Stanton team included professionals with a range of career experience. Some came from traditional agency… Continue Reading Take a Walk on the Client Side 

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