Insight into the world of tech, marketing and PR.

December 23, 2015

The year in review: 15 Corporate Ink milestones

The year was a successful one for Corporate Ink. We’ve grown our team, had opportunities to work with exciting companies across a variety of markets and […]
December 8, 2015

From TV to PR: How to help reporters help you

When I was a television reporter, I barely had time to take a five minute coffee break, and “lunch” was not in my vocabulary. The TV […]
November 19, 2015

Going global isn’t easy: Six tips for the expanding business

There’s no doubt that the world is getting smaller. Technological advances like the Internet, and now social media, are making it easier for companies to do […]
November 5, 2015
First year job

What I learned in my first year of PR

Public relations is an exciting and rewarding industry in which to work. No day is ever the same, and nothing beats the high of delivering valuable […]
July 15, 2015

Leveraging Our Agency PR Partner to Differentiate in a Crowded Travel Industry

By Katherine Wellman, vice president of marketing and product management, FlightView Winning in the travel tech space isn’t easy. It’s an ultra-competitive industry with numerous highly-entrenched […]
April 9, 2015

What’s the Value of Public Relations, Anyway?

“You work in public relations? My brother is in advertising, too.” “Marketing, advertising, public relations… aren’t they all kind of the same thing?” Sound familiar? There […]
March 30, 2015

Four PR Hacks You Need to Know

There’s no quick trick to rocket your company to fame, however there are some hacks that you should be doing to make it easier and quicker […]
March 12, 2015

How B2B Market Pressures are Changing PR

We’re really proud to be a partner in Worldcom, the world’s largest partnership of independent PR firms. Our Dallas partner, Michael A. Burns & Associates asked us […]
March 2, 2015

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

Public Relations is a leading industry to work in, and one of the most rewarding, particularly for college graduates holding a degree in marketing, communications, or business. […]