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Sales Executive

  Are you passionate about social media and new technologies? Do you think social media will change the way businesses will advertise, communicate, engage, develop products and service clients? Do you want to join the NYC office of one of the fastest-growing and most innovative European IT companies? We are currently looking for a Sales Executive based in…

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The Hiring Hub

THE HIRING HUB Feb 10, 2020 | Career Advice, Hiring Hub Interview Advice: 7 Items To Ignore Jan 27, 2020 | Career Advice, Hiring Hub Are You One Of Those? 16 Not-To-Be’s Jan 15, 2020 | Hiring Hub Job Sourcing Emails: 5 Steps To Get Them Read Jan 8, 2020 | Career Advice, Hiring Hub Deserve A Raise:…

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An Olympics Without Politics? Not In Our Lifetime

(And How The Dilemma Of Athlete’s Speaking Out May Be Similar To People In Our Business) Arthur Solomon The 2022 Winter Olympic Games in Beijing will be played from February 4 – 20, and Olympic politics, which already have made headlines this year, are sure to be an on-going concern for sports marketers and PR…

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Best Off-Page SEO Techniques That Really Work Today

Frank Hamilton, Blogger In our article, we will talk about the key techniques of off-page SEO that really work. Off-page search engine optimization are methods of increasing a web page’s ranking in search by performing offline actions in addition to content and other on-page functions.  Some off-page SEO methods:  Link building. A quality number of…

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Evins Communications Rebrands And Launches Innovative Evins PR+ Paradigm

CommPRO Editorial Staff Evins Communications (“Evins”), a distinguished, award-winning marketing communications and public relations firm unveiled Evins PR+, a new business-focused public relations model which is the centerpiece of the Agency’s rebranding and repositioning. Evins PR+ provides a competitive advantage for clients by using insight-driven marketing communications strategies focused on achieving tangible and measurable business goals. Making…

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What’s in a Name?

Art Stevens, Managing Partner, The Stevens Group, APR, Fellow PRSA Here’s a somewhat familiar story. The names here have been changed to prevent awkwardness. Rhett Butler Public Relations, a New York consumer product PR agency earning about $3 million in net fee revenues, was acquired by the Millard Fillmore Group headquartered in San Francisco. Fillmore…

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A Call for Action: The Role of DEI Data in Charting a Path Forward

Carmella Glover, President, Diversity Action Alliance  As storytellers by trade, we’ve undoubtedly heard convincing perspectives touting diversity or calling out a lack of diversity within the workplace in the PR and communications industry. Leaders trumpet the growth of diversity in their teams, the new hires or recently promoted employees who represent a marginalized group, the…

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Richard Levick on the January 6th Suicides

“From a distance you look like my friend Even though we are at war From a distance I can’t comprehend What all this war is for” –Julie Gold This week, we lost folk singer Nanci Griffith, whom I have been listening to for probably 40 years or more. Though she wrote dozens of songs, most were…

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3 Challenges Specific To Promoting Your Brands + How To Combat Them

  Donna Maurer Promoting your brand involves undergoing complex marketing strategies and tactics. Generating new prospects through practical methods and retaining clients to ensure customers’ loyalty are challenging aspects to tackle. Here are some of the specific challenges of promoting your business and how you can combat them. CHALLENGE 1: THE COMPETITION Chances are, no…

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PART II – A Conversation with Brian Stelter on His Best-Seller, ‘HOAX: Donald Trump, Fox News, and the Dangerous Distortion of Truth’

  Join Michael Zeldin for Part II of his interview with CNN anchor and media analyst Brian Stelter on his best-seller, HOAX: Donald Trump, Fox News, and the Dangerous Distortion of Truth. Even before the Trump administration, communicators have long been intrigued by the curious friendship forged by conservative commentators with conservatives in government. But this was…

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PART I – A Conversation with Brian Stelter on His Best-Seller, ‘HOAX: Donald Trump, Fox News, and the Dangerous Distortion of Truth’

  About Join Michael Zeldin as he interviews CNN anchor and media analyst Brian Stelter on his best-seller, HOAX: Donald Trump, Fox News, and the Dangerous Distortion of Truth. Even before the Trump administration, communicators have long been intrigued by the curious friendship forged by conservative commentators with conservatives in government. But this was the…

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Lessons from Trader Joe’s Communications Crisis

Ronn Torossian, CEO, 5WPR The grocery store chain Trader Joe’s recently received public backlash after a former employee in New York City claims that his position was terminated after he sent a letter to the company’s leaders with suggestions on how to improve the store’s safety protocols during the pandemic. The claim was made in…

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We All Need Leadership Presence

Carol Kinsey Goman, Ph.D. You are talented, skilled, and highly competent, with positive business results that have been responsible for your career progress to this point. What more could you possibly need? At a certain level, the force that will catapult you to more senior positions of leadership may have less to do with the…

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