I came across an amazing article through Ragan.com about a recent movement made by a Buffalo hospital to teach children about the fight against cancer. Roswell Park Cancer Institute wants youths to know about the cause by connecting to them on a more personal level. Through the use of Facebook, YouTube and a basic website, … Continue reading Teaching Through Social Media
I came across this comical yet truthful video on Ragan.com. I know we all can relate to this subject: corporate photos. Whether it be for a website or just to have on file, they are awkward! My mother recently approached me to take her staff picture and it was the typical set up. She stood … Continue reading Say Cheese!
Thanks to 9 Inch Marketing for their contribution, I decided that my last blog wasn’t as up-to-date as it could have been for the M&M® brand. Being a lover of all things chocolate and the world of event planning, I figure one other blog couldn’t hurt. Mars, Inc., 9 Inch Marketing and Synergy Events collaborated … Continue reading Salty and Sweet: Mars, Inc. Introduces New Member to M&M Characters
I came across one of my take-home goodies from Drexel’s BizarrePR event back in April and decided to look through the guest speaker information once again. Everyone at the social had a chance to meet with Synergy Events, an agency that works with PR firms and companies in order to help boost their publicity through … Continue reading Melts in Your Mouth, Not in Your Hand!
I came across an interesting article from the New York Times from earlier in the month about a PR campaign created by Wal-Mart. The store is fighting for more spending on employee health insurance and going after state legislation. In efforts to get more media coverage, Wal-Mart made a clever move. The store’s public relations … Continue reading Wal-Mart Begins to Blog
As I am sure most of you have a Facebook account, I am almost as positive that a great deal of you are “friends” with co-workers and/or customers at your workplace. Not to say that maintaining a relationship with these people outside the job is a bad thing, but you need to take into consideration … Continue reading TMI Facebook Casualty
In my News Writing & Media Relations class this semester, we take time to discuss the current events in the media concerning education, politics and celebrities. A recent dispute between former Alaskan governor Sarah Palin and rapper-actor LL Cool J has grown to be a topic of conversation for the class. To make a long … Continue reading FOX News Channel PR No-No
New to the “tweeting” world, I hadn’t a clue what exactly the purpose of a Twitter was. It wasn’t until the fateful February snowstorm that I learned of its capabilities. Snow was falling hard that second week in February, and I was ironically snowed in with a broken television. I had only my laptop and … Continue reading Twitter: Weather at Your Fingertips