Tag: public relations

Getting Back to Basics: Why Brands are Getting it Wrong in Social Media

Social Media as a business function is fun, sure, but there’s much more to it. You have to show results and how it affects the bottom line–just like everyone else. Brian Solis originally shared this, so I’m reblogging:   Getting Back to Basics: Why Brands are Getting it Wrong in Social Media.

Graduation Day

It’s the day you’ve been looking forward to for four years– or in my case, six. Graduating high school felt like a checklist. Math, Science, Reading, History? Check. Accepted to college? Check. Graduation? Check. It was only the moment that I looked at my degree audit online that I realized I had done it. I graduated college. I have joined a league of people … Read More Graduation Day

I Believe in People

And Harvey Dent, of course. What do I mean when I say “I believe in people”? –Simply just that. We spend a lot of time classifying people by how they relate to us or how they live their lives. What I’m pointing out though, is that people, as a societal system, are magnificent. People as a whole are magnificent and we forget that at … Read More I Believe in People

Joint ‘Ad’venture: 7 Tips from an Agency

As students, our education serves many purposes- but let’s cut to the chase. We’re all looking for jobs, and an agency tour is one of the best (and probably my favorite) way to get insightful advice and find out what the real world does outside of our classroom settings. If you know me, then you know I’m a huge advocate for an organization that … Read More Joint ‘Ad’venture: 7 Tips from an Agency

Hold the Whip! Childhood Obesity and Public Relations

According to several resources and examples brought forward by the Food Research and Action Center, it’s estimated that in recent years, about one-third of children and adolescents are overweight or obese. Let me repeat that: About one-third of children and adolescents are overweight or obese. What does overweight or obese mean exactly? To be considered overweight, your BMI (or Body Mass Index) must be in the … Read More Hold the Whip! Childhood Obesity and Public Relations