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Meet Ezraya: A Sense of Purpose in Public Relations

During my junior year at University at Albany, I was fortunate enough to get an internship for the New York State Senate Democratic Conference. That’s when I began to form my love for public affairs and advocacy work. I remember how excited I was that I could sit in the New York State Chamber with… Continue Reading Meet Ezraya: A Sense of Purpose in Public Relations

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Tips on Winning with the Instagram Algorithm

From Instagram Stories to posts and highlights, you can use the social media platform to help tell your clients’ stories and engage with target audiences. To successfully incorporate Instagram into your next communications plan, here are a few tips on the ever-changing algorithm, the optimal times to post and a few other tricks. Posting Time… Continue Reading Tips on Winning with the Instagram Algorithm

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Ready for the Future of Public Relations Strategy? Shift Your Mindset

There is a regular rotation of public relations trends posts, and they are always eager to tell you what newest tactics you should jump to next—or ignore at your own peril as you fall farther and farther behind the curve. They’re not wrong, exactly. The trends cited so far for 2019—a storytelling approach, implementing video,… Continue Reading Ready for the Future of Public Relations Strategy? Shift Your Mindset

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4 Steps to a Long-Term Influencer Relationship

When working with influencers, reaching out with the mindset of fostering a long-term engagement is to everyone’s advantage. Done right, an influencer partnership holds potential to become a lasting and fruitful relationship where both parties benefit. So, it’s worth the extra effort with influencers to make a personal connection and not just sell your brand.… Continue Reading 4 Steps to a Long-Term Influencer Relationship

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Girl Scouts, Amazon’s V-Day Breakup, Instagram Updates and More

Happy snow day, Lunch Breakers – at least in our neck of the woods. When we aren’t tucked away from the cold, we are dodging Girl Scout cookie sales at all of the metro stops. But we’re not fooled by their lack of years in life experience, because these young entrepreneurs can’t be stopped. In… Continue Reading Girl Scouts, Amazon’s V-Day Breakup, Instagram Updates and More

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Guiding Principles for the New Year

By Lori Russo and Peter Stanton During the holidays, many people asked us what it is like working in Washington these days with all the hostility and acrimony.  Our first impulse was to lament the current climate. While it is tempting to moan about this party and that politician and the issues of the day,… Continue Reading Guiding Principles for the New Year

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Newsworthy Ugly Christmas Sweaters, 2018 Twitter Winners, An Instagram Rip-off and more

QUICK PR READS YOU CAN TACKLE BETWEEN BITES Happy Tuesday, Lunch Breakers! We’re one week away from Christmas, and our office is engaging in a spirited discussion about the best last-minute stocking stuffers. Does your tree need a ‘Floss like a Boss’ elf ornament? In this week’s edition, we highlight a creative use for Ugly… Continue Reading Newsworthy Ugly Christmas Sweaters, 2018 Twitter Winners, An Instagram Rip-off and more

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4 Trends That Will Shape Your PR Strategy in 2019

4 Trends That Will Shape Your PR Strategy in 2019

The world of PR is constantly evolving. With new technology, AI and tools available, creatives will find new ways to generate compelling content, amplify their voices and build brand loyalty with their target audience. As we close out the year, there are four major trends to be aware of in 2019. Representation For an effective… Continue Reading 4 Trends That Will Shape Your PR Strategy in 2019

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Tips for Traveling PR Pros

I recently traveled to scorching deserts and dazzling cities in the UAE and Qatar to capture compelling videos for an international client campaign. The trip took place over the course of ten days (not counting the days needed for air travel) and included location scouting, six interviews and broll for the production of these testimonial… Continue Reading Tips for Traveling PR Pros

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The Shifting Landscape for Spokesperson Training

Spokesperson Training Tips

Once upon a time, C-suite executives and spokespersons could prepare for media interviews focused solely on their company’s story. Key messages about profitability, competition, R&D and related subjects could be framed so the executive could handle any company-related topic that might arise. Oh, how times have changed Today’s CEO or corporate spokesperson must be prepared… Continue Reading The Shifting Landscape for Spokesperson Training

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