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Four PR Hacks You Need to Know

Four PR Hacks You Need to Know
Posted by Kristen Carlson

There’s no quick trick to rocket your company to fame, however there are some hacks that you should be doing to make…

B2B Brands Embracing A March Madness Social Strategy

B2B Brands Embracing A March Madness Social Strategy
Posted by John Costello

One tradition that marks the end of winter each year is March Madness. While television spots take the main stage, social media…

How B2B Market Pressures are Changing PR

How B2B Market Pressures are Changing PR
Posted by Amy Bermar

We’re really proud to be a partner in Worldcom, the world’s largest partnership of independent PR firms. Our Dallas partner, Michael A.…

Want to Work in PR? 4 Interviewing Tips You Need to Know

Want to Work in PR? 4 Interviewing Tips You Need to Know
Posted by Sumih Chi

Public Relations is a leading industry to work in, and one of the most rewarding, particularly for college graduates holding a degree…

Three Simple Tactics to Increase Your Reach

Three Simple Tactics to Increase Your Reach
Posted by Gil Haylon

Getting noticed by customers, prospects and media isn’t easy nowadays. For any business, reaching a wider audience is critical to expanding brand…

CFOs’ 7 Skills Essential for Real Influence

CFOs’ 7 Skills Essential for Real Influence
Posted by Amy Bermar

The new worker – and that’s us – can expect to change jobs at least 15 times in their career. That’s twice…

PR Lessons from the Patriots: Deflategate to the Super Bowl

PR Lessons from the Patriots: Deflategate to the Super Bowl
Posted by Mikala Vidal

Sunday’s Super Bowl win by the New England Patriots over the Seattle Seahawks was unbelievable, to say the least. The majority of…

3 Reasons to Take More Risks in 2015

3 Reasons to Take More Risks in 2015
Posted by Mikala Vidal

We’ve all been told to “get out of your comfort-zone.” It’s a phrase uttered by business leaders across all industries. So why…

CFOs’ Top Tips for Closing the Deal

CFOs’ Top Tips for Closing the Deal
Posted by Kristen Carlson

You spend months planning for an investor pitch, and the average investor takes just five minutes to decide whether they’ll back you…

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