Category Archives: public relations


  I’m an ‘armchair PR quarterback.’  I have experience in the field, but currently reside in PR hibernation, focusing professional attention on writing and internal marketing.  However, my former professional sentiments can’t help but fuel my interest and inner passion.  I regularly trace the PR operations of brands, shouting at the computer screen like an read more…


  “Godfather, be my friend,” a man pleads as he kisses Don Vito’s hand.  The former was really asking of a favor.  The Godfather knew.  It’s VERY LIKELY those on your ‘let’s be pals’ radar know your immediate intentions too.  It’s okay; be aware of their awareness and proceed…naturally. I’ve been pretty successful in making read more…


  I watched a great online marketing video last week hosted by a popular CEO.  He made excellent points throughout; yet, one message particularly hit home.  He voiced that the real problem with startups and young brands was not producing quality services and products; the real issue was marketing, gaining attention, informing people of your read more…


Do you have something to add to the conversation, or just calling attention?  I would address high school students in this manner who were temporarily ‘off task’ during class.  High school students are socially savvy; most got the point and understood the difference elucidated by my question; were they serving the good of the community read more…


I read an entertaining article this morning regarding public relations work.  A PR professional listed thirteen ominous mentions, which sound cacophonic bells and whistles off within a service provider’s head.  Is your business currently receiving public relations services or working with an in-house professional?  Are you resounding some of the same sentiments mentioned in the article?  read more…


Media outreach and the use of Public Relations is an extremely effective way for companies to increase their visibility in the market, boost website traffic, increase sales leads, and ultimately, generate more revenue. Public Relations are much more cost effective than outdated marketing tactics, for example, mass media television advertisement, newspaper advertisement, and so on. read more…