A Changing Industry: Why Public Relations is Now Personal Relations

Public Relations. When broken down it quite literally means relating (i.e. communicating) with the public. Yet, the term “public” is no longer as fitting as we move into an ever-increasingly personal society where we share intimate information with one another every day. Within our social circles, technology has granted us the ability to know what … Continue reading A Changing Industry: Why Public Relations is Now Personal Relations

How to Get Comfortable with Getting Personal on Social Media

If you’ve taken notice of how your personal social media accounts engage far more interactions than your business accounts – you’re not the only one. In particular, Facebook continues to make major changes to their algorithms that determine whether or not your content appears in people’s newsfeeds. The bottom line is that business pages are … Continue reading How to Get Comfortable with Getting Personal on Social Media

The Power of the Written Word: Why Marketers Say Written Content Still Trumps Visuals

The saying goes that a picture is worth a thousand words, but it when comes to marketing and branding, experts say that written content is still king. A recent survey from Social Media Examiner shares some interesting (and unexpected) insights into how marketers value social media and content. What really caught my attention was that … Continue reading The Power of the Written Word: Why Marketers Say Written Content Still Trumps Visuals

Appearance vs Experience: How social media has changed what we value

How often would you say you check your social media news feeds and see a picture of a friend on vacation, enjoying a fancy dinner, attending an expensive sporting event, meeting a celebrity or buying something big like a car or a house? I would venture to say this is likely an everyday occurrence. It’s … Continue reading Appearance vs Experience: How social media has changed what we value

What We Can All Learn From Open API

Don’t reinvent the wheel. It’s a phrase that’s been used since, well…probably when the wheel was first invented. It’s the notion that when a good, working idea exists, we shouldn’t waste our time trying to alter it or duplicate it. Instead, we should embrace it, use it and build upon it. Yet I still see … Continue reading What We Can All Learn From Open API