(W)right On Launches “The Strategist”

Posted by on Apr 2, 2018 in Agency News, Communications, Strategy
(W)right On Launches “The Strategist”

The first quarter of 2018 was a roller-coaster ride for communicators grappling with Facebook’s big changes and PR troubles. We’ve strapped in and are waiting to see where its twists and turns take us next. But, in the meantime, Facebook gave us a timely topic for the first issue of our new publication, The Strategist newsletter. Get […]

Why engage Millennials in philanthropy? Here are 4 good reasons

Posted by on May 16, 2017 in Business, Marketing, Non-Profit
Why engage Millennials in philanthropy? Here are 4 good reasons

By Kat Beaulieu—HR Communications Strategist Twitter: @stubborngoat.com There is a too common perception among donor-reliant nonprofits that targeting Millennials with fundraising efforts is a waste of time and resources. If the big donations tend to come from the bequests and corporations associated with older audiences, why put effort into trying to reach Millennials? Engaging Millennials […]

Influencing the C-Suite: 3 Tips for B2B Influencer Marketing

Posted by on May 9, 2017 in B2B PR, Marketing, Public Relations, Social Media
Influencing the C-Suite: 3 Tips for B2B Influencer Marketing

By Aisha Belagam Twitter: @AishaBelaPR Fashion bloggers jet setting to tropical destinations wearing the trendiest floral prints. Genetically blessed Instagram influencers promoting weight loss pills after an early morning session at Equinox. From selfies to flat-lays, these are the types of personalities and formats that typically come to mind when you hear the term ‘influencer’. […]

Marketing Meets Dating

Marketing Meets Dating

By Ronda Williams—Marketing and Administrative Coordinator Twitter: @R_Williams11 Let’s cut to the chase and dive into the juicy stuff! If you haven’t noticed, dating and marketing have a lot of similarities. The two worlds could almost be walking hand-and-hand. Let’s see why marketing and dating make a great pair. Marketing meets Dating… When you think […]

No Shortcuts to PR Glory, Then or Now

No Shortcuts to PR Glory, Then or Now

By Julie Wright—President and Founder Twitter: @JulieWright How PR Worked Before the Internet… I started out in PR before the Internet or email. It was the era of fax machines, the Yellow Pages and 400-page media directories that you combed through to research and build your media lists. There were few shortcuts on the way […]

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, […]