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10 Body Language Myths That Limit Success

Carol Kinsey Goman, Ph.D Body language plays a key role in your career – from your first job interview to the ongoing process of building professional relationships to being perceived as having leadership presence. But not everything you’ve heard about body language is accurate. Don’t limit your success by buying into these ten myths: Using…

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PR’s Future: Takeaways From The USC Annenberg Center for Public Relations’ 2018 Relevance Report (Video)   

CommPRO Editorial Staff Fred Cook, Director of the USC Annenberg Center for Public Relations and Chairman of Golin, provides perspective on the future of PR for this latest Communicators-to-Communicators 3-Minute Insights Video Series interview. Sharing takeaways from USC Annenberg’s new 2018 Relevance Report, he discusses the merger of marketing and PR, transparency, fake news, technology,…

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‘Fake News’ Reinforces Trust in Mainstream News Brands: Hits Reputation of Social Media Sources

CommPRO Editorial Staff Media intelligence firm Kantar Media has released the results of its global ‘Trust in News’ study.  The report reveals ‘mainstream news media’ reputation remains largely intact while social media and digital-only news platforms sustain major reputation damage as result of ‘fake news’ narratives during recent election cycles. The survey conducted representative sample…

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Public Relations Global Network (PRGN) Marks 25 Years as the World’s Local Agency

CommPRO Editorial Staff One of the largest international networks of independent public relations agencies, the Public Relations Global Network (PRGN), marked its 25th anniversary this year.  At their  fall meeting in Kyoto, Japan, they welcomed three new member firms from Asia, Central America and South America. PRGN celebrates this 25th anniversary milestone with 51 agency partners…

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Bringing Earned Media Analytics into the Digital Age (Webcast On-Demand)

PR Genome Webinar Series:       Webinar Overview Join our panel of communications experts as they discuss measurement standardization in public relations. They will explore how to leverage the gap between primary research and data. Today, public interest and ire are generated every day as result of news coverage. However, in a world that is…

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#MeToo: What Everyone Can Learn About Taking A Stand On Social Media And How To Do It

Julie Talenfeld, President, BoardroomPR Every 98 seconds, an American is sexually assaulted. Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Lawrence, Ashley Judd, Reese Witherspoon, Terry Crews… Debra Messing, Anna Paquin… Evan Rachel Wood, Rosario Dawson, Gabrielle Union… America Ferrera, Alyssa Milano… and the list goes on. In the beginning of October, allegations of sexual assault against Hollywood…

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Peppercomm

COMMPRO BROWSE DIRECTORY GET LISTED INFO Peppercomm Address: 470 Park Avenue South, 4th Floor North City: New York City State: New York City Zipcode: 10016 Phone: (212) 931-6100 Website: www.peppercomm.com Social Media Links: Featured in CommPRO Peppercomm REQUEST MORE INFORMATION Profile Contacts Clients Specialties Profile Peppercomm is an award-winning strategic, integrated communications and marketing agency…

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Hunter Public Relations

COMMPRO BROWSE DIRECTORY GET LISTED INFO Hunter Public Relations Address: 41 Madison Avenue 5th Floor City: New York City State: New York City Zipcode: 10010 Phone: 212-679-6600 Fax: (646) 328-1711 Website: www.hunterpr.com Social Media Links: Featured in CommPRO Hunter Public Relations REQUEST MORE INFORMATION Profile Contacts Clients Specialties Profile Hunter Public Relations is an award-winning…

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What to Learn from Failed Harvey Weinstein Humor

Dr. David Hagenbuch, Professor of Marketing, Messiah College People find humor in practically everything, from natural disasters to terrorism, which makes me ask: Can absolutely anything be framed as funny? Two A-list celebrities recently answered that question, “No,” thanks to their failed attempts at Harvey Weinstein humor. Fortunately, their fiascos can teach the rest of…

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Leading Dallas PR Firm Announces Sale, New Name and Leadership Structure

CommPRO.biz Editorial Staff C. Pharr & Company’s owner and CEO, Cynthia Pharr Lee, announced the sale of the firm to Leah Ekmark Williams, APR, effective Nov. 1, 2017. The full service, Dallas-based public relations agency also announced its rebranding as Dala Communications. Upon the sale, Williams will be named president and CEO while Pharr Lee…

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PR is Evolving, But Don’t Forget the Basics

Tiffany Guarnaccia, Founder & CEO, Kite Hill PR It’s no secret that almost every industry has been forced to quickly evolve alongside the digital revolution. Operations that once took weeks to complete with computers the size of an entire room can now be accomplished in a few minutes with a computer that fits in your…

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Chuck Hester LinkedIn Tips: Get on LinkedIn on a Holiday (VIDEO)

Editor’s Note:  Welcome to the third episode of Chuck Hester’s LinkedIn Tips.  Here’s you chance to engage with Chuck Hester, main contributor to the Linked Essentials channel on Commpro.biz, keynote speaker and LinkedIn power connector with more than 17,000 direct connections. Managing Partner of Chuck Hester Enterprises, he helps clients get their stories told through influencer relations, good old fashion…

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Captivate PR & Marketing Launches in Los Angeles

CommPRO.biz Editorial Staff The new firm, which concentrates in the consumer products and services categories, says services will include product and service launches; positioning and brand building; digital marketing; publicity and media relations; special events; and influencer engagement. Ashley Rodgers, co-founder and managing director, leads Captivate. She brings more than a decade-plus of experience in…

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Winds of Change Require a Calm Manager with Coping Skills

Mayur Ramgir, Author, Speaker, Innovator and Entrepreneur In today’s business world, the days of being set in your ways – as an employee and a manager – are long over. Change is a near-constant. Takeovers, downsizing and reorganizing can turn a company upside-down overnight, and those who remain have to embrace change in order to…

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Rhonda Adams Commentary on OJ Simpson “Not Welcome” in Florida

Many athletes fall from grace. They inspire legions of fans, then mess up and destroy that carefully constructed legacy. Pete Rose, Dwight Gooden, Mike Tyson… Some of these men come back from the brink. They redeem themselves and their brand, turning around tragedy and ridicule to, once again, live in the fans’ good graces. Most…

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Chuck Hester LinkedIn Tips: Send a Thank You Note (VIDEO)

Editor’s Note:  Welcome to the second episode of Chuck Hester’s LinkedIn Tips.  Here’s you chance to engage with Chuck Hester, main contributor to the Linked Essentials channel on Commpro.biz, keynote speaker and LinkedIn power connector with more than 17,000 direct connections. Managing Partner of Chuck Hester Enterprises, he helps clients get their stories told through influencer relations, good old fashion…

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An Inside Look at Daniel J. Edelman’s Vision and Legacy

Wendy Glavin, Founder and CEO, Wendy Glavin Agency We all know Edelman, the largest global communications marketing firm, its distinguished creative reputation, and its long list of prominent clients, including Unilever’s Axe brand, The American Lung Association, PayPal, and GE, among others. But, Monday night at Edelman’s 65th Anniversary Founder’s Day Event at Baruch College, co-sponsored by CCI and…

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Communications Week is Coming October 16, 2017 (NYC)

Communications Week is a cross-industry celebration of the public relations, communications and media industries. The inaugural week consisted of inspirational, informational and social events for those interested in PR, communications and media, taking place in New York City and online. This year’s theme is “Truth in Communications.” One of the featured events includes The PRSA…

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