Reporters found these angles remarkable – but for the wrong reasons.
In this week of Thanksgiving in the U.S., here’s a more personal message than usual.
How sweet it is when you can point not only to a magazine cover you landed, but to qualified sales leads you are directly responsible for.
The online frenzy over the Trump campaign’s choice of location for their press conference reminded me of a question I get from time to time.
Regardless of how things turn out, the polls were wrong – again. Here’s what we can learn from “Survey Fail: The Sequel.”
The Muck Rack Blog gathers them, I break them down.
Everyone’s PR careers are permanently altered, but many of them don’t even know it.
Some pros are having their best years ever in 2020. I’ve gathered the lessons they’re applying and put them together into an action-rich, fast-paced webinar.
Reading the worst PR advice you’ve ever been given was both hilarious and disturbing. It also reminded me of an experience I had that comes with an important lesson.