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Category Archives: Current Affairs
We’ve been hacked! Call the Press!
Folks, it is time for a tough conversation. No, not that one. The one about your cybersecurity stance – and any breaches. These things are the “third rail” in technology public relations, which is my forte. Talking about it seems … Continue reading
Posted in Current Affairs, Tech PR Tagged branding, crisis communications, crisis management, cybersecurity, public relations, reputation, security 1 Comment
Building Bridges to Media and the World in Jerusalem
I traveled throughout Israel over the past 10 days and visited many parts of the beautiful country. Each place was more awe-inspiring than the last. And I started to wonder why I hadn’t visited here sooner. Each part of the country … Continue reading
Posted in Agency news, Current Affairs, PR, PR Tech, Public Relations, Tech PR, Technology Tagged Jerusalem Venture Partners, JVP, launch, public relations, startup, tech, technology, VC Comments Off on Building Bridges to Media and the World in Jerusalem
Too Left Tweet: Brands Get Political at their Peril
via GIPHY The term “coffee break” took on new meaning this week as right-wingers smashed their Keurigs with baseball bats (the above GIF shows Jordan Klepper of The Opposition doing the same, as a spoof). The backlash came when Keurig … Continue reading
Posted in Branding, Campaign Analysis, Current Affairs, Politics Tagged ads, brands, Roy S. Moore, scoail media, Sean Hannity, Twitter Comments Off on Too Left Tweet: Brands Get Political at their Peril
The Art of the Linguistic Kill Shot
I am writing a post that I hope will start a meme and crowd sourced effort to turn our president’s famous weapon on himself. It’s the “linguistic kill shot.” Trump has perfected the art of name calling. He always seems … Continue reading
Posted in Current Affairs, In the News, Politics, Public Relations Tagged campaign, persuasion, rhetoric, Trump 2 Comments
Will Ad Tech Stumbles Drive More Budget to PR?
PR has always been the red-headed step child in the marketing mix, getting less attention, glamour and budget than advertising. But recent challenges may drive more brands to shift some ad spending to PR. Perhaps it’s already happening. A number … Continue reading
Posted in Agency news, Branding, Current Affairs, Marketing, PR, Public Relations, Tech Comments Off on Will Ad Tech Stumbles Drive More Budget to PR?
PR for Dummies, via Trump and the Mooch
The Trump presidency is the gift that keeps on giving when it comes to educating the masses about PR (I know this might seem myopic but hey, I’m trying to look on the bright side), Those in the field can … Continue reading
Posted in Campaign Analysis, Current Affairs, Politics, PR Comments Off on PR for Dummies, via Trump and the Mooch
Did Fox Jump the Snark? (Brief History of Fake News Fails)
“Childishly written!” “A disgrace” These are the words most junior PR account executives fear hearing from clients about press releases submitted for review. But it was Donald Trump that just said them, in tweets and interviews, about a statement that … Continue reading
Posted in Current Affairs, Events, Politics, PR, Public Relations Tagged debates, press release, Trump Comments Off on Did Fox Jump the Snark? (Brief History of Fake News Fails)