Taylor Swift’s biggest Easter egg hunt 

Written by Grace Kennedy If the news escaped you, Taylor Swift has released her newest album, “Midnights.” As a “Swiftie,” I cannot be impartial about my love of blondie’s latest album. However, I CAN analyze a piece of next-level PR work that has surrounded “Midnights’” release.  I have not been the first to praise Swift’s …

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Public relations vs. marketing: Why men choose marketing over public relations

Written by Michael Lewis You probably worked with a public relations (PR) professional who was a woman. Sure, there are some men in the field, but for the most part, the majority are women. Statistics show that women hold anywhere from around 60% to 70% of public relations jobs, depending on the source. It’s known … Continue reading Public relations vs. marketing: Why men choose marketing over public relations

Research is power

Written by Gracie Ratterree Every person has that moment in their life when they have to make a pivotal career decision. Without adequate information, anxiety builds up, and fear may ensue. All of the what-if questions start racing through your mind. Questions like, “what if I don’t have enough experience?” or “what if I’m choosing … Continue reading Research is power

Research is Boring, Time-Consuming and Absolutely Critical to Your Success

By: Ashleigh Horn Research is the key to all successful public relations strategy. It is the defining factor in how we choose to tell our client’s story and helps us identify how our target audiences will react—long before they are ever exposed to any messaging. But why is research crucial? How can it single-handedly define … Continue reading Research is Boring, Time-Consuming and Absolutely Critical to Your Success