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7 social media content ideas for small carpentry, building and construction businesses

Looking for content ideas that go beyond just before and after shots of your projects?

You aren’t the only one.

Recently I began working with a local carpentry business on creating awareness of their skills and the quality of their services through the social media platform Facebook. 376 more words


ARK: Act of Random Kindness

Our PR professor tasked us to post a blog in our Schoolbook Accounts regarding any act of kindness we’ve done or something that we intend to do. 685 more words

Life Events

3 Reasons to Visit the SM Supermalls Website Now | Mommy Strawberries

SM Supermalls just launched their beefed up website and it’s a must-click for smart shoppers, mall event goers and promo-loving digital fans.

Here are top three reasons… 229 more words

Feature Blogs

What is technical communication and why is it so important in a public relations field?

Before going into my tech. comm. class I really didn’t give much thought into what technical communications was. I thought it was going to be a class about effective communication strategies using technology — I mean this makes sense right? 636 more words

Character Sketch: Me

I think on some level, every person feels un-miraculous. So, keeping this in mind, where do I begin? How do I tell you the bland oatmeal that is my story without sucking the life out of you? 528 more words


Uber in crisis

#DeleteUber is a social media campaign encouraging people to delete the Uber app and their accounts with their company. This campaign started during the mass protests against President Trump’s Executive Order which called for a ban of citizens from certain Muslim countries from entering the country. 500 more words

Not a Single Penny Spent

During the 2014 Super Bowl JCPenney did something that no one was expecting

Every Idea Counts, Even Misspelled Ones

With no commercial at the Super Bowl, with a small budget, not very much time to prepare and a product to promote the JCPenney’s creative team had an idea that most people would not even consider and run with it. 267 more words

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