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A Major PR Clean Up … In Every Aisle

For most of us, making that weekly run to the grocery store is uneventful. We choose fresh produce, pick up some milk, go aisle by aisle never really thinking the path each item has taken to get here, or what happens behind the scenes to keep the system running. 701 more words

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A new adventure, a new job

I have to be honest: Job hunting was tough, and I am not a good unemployed person. Although  I enjoyed the time to travel and be with family, when I was back in OKC looking for work (applying to jobs across the country and world) it was exhausting. 289 more words

New Work | SelectaDNA

Over the past couple of months I have had the pleasure of working with the security and forensic marking company SelectaDNA. I covered a number of events for the company which raised awareness of the products to the local area. 37 more words

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Do you have the content your audience wants?

Here’s a story.

Back when I wrote for EContent magazine, I worked on a yearly feature called the EC100. It’s a rundown of the 100 most influential companies in digital content, complete with key info (location, size, chief executive, major products, etc). 955 more words

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type A personality? PR could be for you!

This article from PR Daily got retweeted on to my timeline today, 10 signs you should work in PRThe first point is that ‘You’re Type A’, which threw me off a bit as I’ve never heard of Type A (unless its to do with blood types, and somehow I don’t think that relates to PR!) so I googled it and found out people have either a Type A or B personality. 316 more words

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Double Dipping Copyright Fees

At my core I am a rule follower. Always have been, always will be. However in order to follow a rule or set of rules they need to be logical or else I feel compelled speak up. 375 more words

Public Relations

Still #1

Yes, some things never change. And, when a business is developing or revising its web site, customer service needs to be its #1 priority. Think the way your customers do — and go from there.

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