Five Simple Ways to Host a Successful Media Trip

Five Simple Ways to Host a Successful Media Trip

By Erica Schlesinger, Communications Strategist For our hospitality PR client partners, a key component to a successful media relations strategy is planning press visits. Sometimes, this involves setting up an individual journalist with a hotel stay, activities and meals on their own, but often, we will plan a group press trip. Also called a familiarization, […]

12 Signs PR Agency Life Isn’t for You

Posted by on Sep 29, 2015 in Marketing, Public Relations, Social Media, Uncategorized
12 Signs PR Agency Life Isn’t for You

By Julie Wright 1. Month end is just another day to you.   2. You’re happiest doing one thing at a time.   3. You don’t read the by-lines as closely as the articles. 4. You don’t measure your life in 5 minute increments.   5. You come up with song hooks instead of news […]

Measuring the ROI of Public Relations: Five Experts Weigh In

Posted by on May 21, 2015 in Public Relations, Social Media
Measuring the ROI of Public Relations: Five Experts Weigh In

By Molly Borchers, Sr. Communications Strategist Public relations and business growth go together like peanut butter and jelly. The last new restaurant I tried? It was because of a good review I read in a local magazine. The last lip-gloss I purchased was the darling of Allure beauty editors. The last business software I evaluated […]

Why PR is Becoming a Visual Game (and How to Win)

Posted by on Mar 25, 2015 in Public Relations, Social Media
Why PR is Becoming a Visual Game (and How to Win)

Remember when you were a little kid and your parents asked you to pick out a book to read? Did you gravitate toward the one that was a sea of black-and-white letters, or the cool one with lots of colorful, eye-catching photos? In high school geometry, which was the better textbook? The one that wrote […]

Communication Changes, Constantly

Posted by on Jul 2, 2014 in Public Relations

At (W)right On, we pride ourselves on being at the forefront of good communication practices. Had the agency been around in the 50’s – 90’s, things would have been easier – there was stability and relative predictability. There were also far fewer communication channels (e.g. in TV, radio and print), journalistic work wasn’t executed at […]

5 Social Media Lessons from my Green Tea Party Protest

Posted by on Jun 11, 2014 in Social Media
5 Social Media Lessons from my Green Tea Party Protest

Here’s what I learned trying to bring back Good Earth Green Tea Lemongrass after my favorite tea was discontinued. I discovered Good Earth Green Tea Lemongrass a few years ago and became hooked on its soothing, subtle flavor. All other green teas were too bitter or tasted like grass. Good Earth Green Tea Lemongrass became […]