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INFLUENCER MARKETING Executive Briefing Email Email *Select list(s) to subscribe toNewsletter Subscribers Example: Yes, I would like to receive emails from CommPRO.biz. (You can unsubscribe anytime)Constant Contact Use.By submitting this form, you are consenting to receive marketing emails from: CommPRO.biz, 222 E 34th St, New York, NY, 10016, https://www.commpro.biz/. You can revoke your consent to…

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What Alternative Facts Mean to the PR Industry

By Gini Dietrich, Founder & CEO, Arment Dietrich On Saturday night, Danny Brown posted on Facebook: I had a two hour workout at the gym today, followed by a kale salad. #alternativefact I wrote: You just made me snort. He said: Is that a fact or alternative fact? I said: That’s a fact. The alternative…

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Uber CEO Leaves President’s Business Advisory Group

By Ronn Torossian, CEO, 5WPR These days, just about every public decision becomes a political statement. That’s why the news that Uber’s CEO left President Trump’s business advisory group raised eyebrows across the United States and Europe. As the names of the members of Trump’s business advisory group trickled out in the media, activists and…

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Media to Bannon: We Will Not Shut Up

By Neil Foote, President & Founder, Foote Communications President Donald J. Trump’s senior adviser Stephen K. Bannon told New York Times reporter Michael N. Grynbaum that the media, “The media should be embarrassed and humiliated and keep its mouth shut and just listen for a while.”  If Bannon truly believes in this great democracy, then…

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SNL Writer Indefinitely Suspended

By David Milberg, New York-based Entrepreneur You would think by now people would think before they tweet. Because anyone not named Donald Trump could easily lose their career and their livelihood for a 140-character rant. But this lesson has yet to be learned by many in the public square, as well as many others who are in…

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Dow Jones Industrial Average – The Journey to 20,000

By Tom Arnold, University of Richmond (VA)  The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) reaching 20,000 for the first time appears to be drawing the same kind of attention as it did when the DJIA reached 10,000 a number of years ago. The substantive event is that the index is increasing, which many imply as a sign…

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You Think 2016 Was Rough? You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet

By Jack Monson, Director of Digital Strategy, Qiigo Trump. Clinton. Bernie. Obamacare. Make America Great Again. Black Lives Matter. Email servers. Putin. Benghazi. Wikileaks. Fox News. CNN. Trumpists. Snowflakes. If you’re paying attention on Facebook and other social media outlets, you know your friends’ opinions on many of the above subjects. Some may think that…

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Million Women March Makes Its Point

By Jack O’Dwyer, Publisher & Editor of The O’Dwyer Co. The Million Women March Jan. 21 (actually several million across the nation) made its point and signals increased use of public demonstrations to get attention. Lots of other messages are going to be drowned out since “a kind of hysterical oppositionalism” has surfaced in the…

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The BuzzFeed Buzzsaw: Who Should Decide What You Get to See?

By Simon Erskine Locke, Founder & CEO of CommunicationsMatch BuzzFeed was right. BuzzFeed was wrong. In the debate about the Trump dossier, there seems to be no in-between. Mainstream media organizations have decried BuzzFeed’s decision to publish research conducted by a former British Intelligence officer into what President-elect Donald Trump may or may not have…

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Twitter, Favorability Rank, and the President

Trump disrupted the 2016 election through his use of Twitter, but has said he won’t use the official @POTUS profile. Universal Information Services has analyzed how Obama used Twitter compared to Trump’s use.

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Communication Strategies for Changes to Obamacare

Editor’s Note:  This is the first in a three-part video commentary series by Doug Simon, CEO of D S Simon Media.  Doug takes a deep dive into the strategic communications issues tied to the Presidential transition of power.  In Part I, Doug’s focus is Obamacare. In Part II,  Doug discusses the impact of Trump’s use of Twitter…

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A Time to Listen, A Time to Embrace

By Neil Foote, President & Founder, Foote Communications Today, we celebrate the life and accomplishments of the Rev.-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This celebration comes at a time when in just a few days the world will witness the inauguration of the United States’ 45th president – Donald J. Trump. This event sends a message…

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INDUSTRY NEWS Trump’s Brand Story – An Unconventional Success Strategy February 19, 2017 | Industry News, Marketing, Public Relations PR Genome Webinar – How PR is Vital to the Future of Branded Video Content in 2017 February 19, 2017 | Events, Industry News, PR Council Donald Trump Rants and Raves at the Press in a Classic Example of Misdirection…

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Ford Makes a U-turn on Mexico Plans

By Ronn Torossian,  President & CEO, 5WPR Ford was in the news for much of the second half of 2016, mainly due to its connection to the Presidential campaign. Donald Trump kept Ford near the top of his list of companies he would “stop” from taking jobs overseas, along with Carrier and Apple. Ford, though, managed…

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Tech Treasures and Trends Found at CES 2017

By Marian Salzman With the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) just starting in Las Vegas, my trendspotting alarm is blaring. From medical to home products to tech for your dog, the electronics at CES will cater to a whole array of lifestyles, and we in the marketing and PR fields should consider their implications on our…

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2016 Public Relations Blunders and Wins

By D. Nikki Wheeler, Senior Director, Media Relations, Level 3 Communications Oh, 2016 you gave us much from which we can learn. While the list of public relations fails is long, the crown has to go to Unite for America and it’s Anti-Trump PSA series. What makes this campaign a fail? A couple of things: Multimillionaire…

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PR Blunders of 2016: #1 Goes to Mylan (Op-Ed)

By Francie Dudrey, Public Relations, Level 3 Communications To say 2016 gave us a wealth of PR teachable moments would be like me saying I occasionally like to curl up on the couch and nap at eight months pregnant – it’s a VAST understatement. My top pick for the biggest PR blunder goes to Mylan.…

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2016 Top 10 Posts

Editor’s Note:  The CommPRO editorial team has selected the most popular articles shared by industry influencers.  We salute our contributors and look forward to continuing our collaboration in 2017. 1.   Body Language in the Presidential Debate – A Leadership Lesson –  https://sumo.ly/pHKH 2.   Ray Kotcher on the Role of the CEO in Communications…

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2016 Top 10 Events

Editor’s Note:  The CommPRO editorial team has selected the most popular events held during 2016.  We salute our event partners and look forward to continuing our collaboration in 2017. 1.   How A Trump Presidency May Impact Shareholder Activism – https://sumo.ly/sdwB 2.   Financial Communications and Innovation Forum – https://sumo.ly/pTNV 3.   Election Season Special Webinar: Shareholder…

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