Does Listening to Music at Work Increase Productivity?

Posted by on Feb 21, 2017 in Business, Communications, Cultivating Relationships
Does Listening to Music at Work Increase Productivity?

By Ronda Williams­­ Marketing & Administrative Coordinator’ Twitter: @R_Williams11 “Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything” -Plato Here at (W)right On Communications we are encouraged to turn up our music and jam out as we work.  When you enter our office you might […]

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, […]

Meet the Team: Keely – Design and Multimedia Specialist

Meet the Team: Keely – Design and Multimedia Specialist

To help our audience learn who is behind the content on this blog, we’ve been releasing a series of Q&A’s from our team. In this month’s edition, you will learn all about our Design and Multimedia Specialist, Keely Smith. Keely brings an eye for design to the (W)right On team. Her experience stretches from web […]

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 […]

Ideas Worth Spreading: 5 TED Talks to Inspire Your Work & Stir Curiosity

Posted by on Apr 29, 2014 in Uncategorized

It’s no secret that I love TED Talks. When I’m facing a tough challenge at work or need inspiration, they’re a fantastic resource. I even listen to them in the car on the way to work or on long runs. Here are a few favorites: Simon Sinek: Start With Why This TED talk not only […]

Four PR Trends

Posted by on Apr 5, 2013 in Public Relations

Looking at past trends in an evolving industry can be a poor predictor of future trends—whether you’re talking about the stock market or the PR field. Witness Facebook (a 9-year-old),Twitter (a 7-year-old), Instagram andTout (both 2 year olds). These are among only a few of the game changers that disrupted the publishing industry. Each is a relative toddler by traditional business […]