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Donald Trump’s Communications Strategy – Is the End Near?

Editor’s Note:  The is the second part of David Johnson’s analysis of Donald Trump’s media dominance.  Click here to read part one, The Republican Party’s Trump Messaging Strategy – What’s Next? By David E. Johnson, CEO, Strategic Vision PR Group Businessman and Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump continues to dominate the media as he has since announcing for president. …

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Executive Briefing 12.9.15 – Trump’s Messaging Strategy; Managing Your Personal Brand; 2016 A-Z Culture Glossary

In today’s Executive Briefing you will find  Year-End Planning Part 2 Managing Your Personal Brand: What’s Your 2016 Plan? from Neil Foote, President & Founder, Foote Communications.  Also included is David E. Johnson, CEO, Strategic Vision, LLC‘s advice for The Republican Party’s Trump Messaging Strategy – What’s Next? As we celebrate the fifth anniversary of CommPRO, I’d like to take a moment to…

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The Republican Party’s Trump Messaging Strategy – What’s Next?

Editor’s Note:  The is the first part of David Johnson’s analysis of Donald Trump’s media dominance.  Click here to read part two, Donald Trump’s Communications Strategy – Is the End Near? By David E. Johnson, CEO, Strategic Vision PR Group Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump has set off yet again another media firestorm.  The Republican frontrunner has called for all Muslims…

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Executive Briefing 11.9.15 – Donald Trumps His Own Brand; eCommerce Marketers Prepare for the Holidays; Conducting PR Research

In today’s Executive Briefing we take a look at how Donald Trumps His Own Brand from Susan Tellem, Partner, Tellem Grody PR, Inc.  Also included are Five Ways eCommerce Marketers Can Prepare for the Holiday Shopping Season from Erika Jolly Brookes, Chief Marketing Officer, Springbot. As we celebrate the fifth anniversary of CommPRO, I’d like to take a moment to thank our loyal…

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Donald Trumps His Own Brand

By Susan Tellem, Partner, Tellem Grody PR, Inc. After watching Saturday Night Live (SNL) for most of its 41 years, I can say with certainty that it is rude, crude and often hilarious. Producer Lorne Michaels has pretty much free rein on who hosts the show, so NBC left him alone when he invited Republican POTUS…

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Real Herd Immunity- Not Writing Off Those Over 60 or With Preexisting Conditions

Bill Ide, III, Partner, Corporate Governance, Akerman I’m well north of 60, someone who’s been blessed to survive multiple bouts with cancer. There are millions like me who want to continue being active and playing leadership roles in our communities. Instead, we’re being abandoned, thoughtlessly driven to the sidelines (or at least to our family-room sofas)…

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The Presidential #Debates2020 Wrap-Up

(Author’s Note: This is the12th in a series of political articles for CommPro.biz that I’ll be writing leading up to Election Day. FYI –My first job with a PR firm was at a political one, where I worked on local, state and presidential elections).  Arthur Solomon Instead of giving my analysis of each debate in…

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Sheriff’s Association Teaches Teens the Proper Principles of Driving Safely

Stephen Owsinski  With the reopening of school districts and while relatively typical curriculums in high schools are navigated as best possible, teens on the precipice of “driver education” coursework/credits are receiving a helping hand to steer them in the right direction as they embark behind the wheel of an automobile. Although some high schools have…

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Happy 10th Anniversary to CommPRO’s Family 

  We’re incredibly honored and proud of our global community with hundreds of gifted writers, insightful speakers, engaging event hosts and partners. Thank you for your newsworthy, educational, thought-provoking, in-depth and original content that helps our subscribers stay ahead of emerging trends. Our goal has always been to provide our readers with ideas to help…

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Kin TV

(Author’s Note: This is the 10th in a series of political articles for CommPRO.biz that I’ll be writing leading up to Election Day. FYI – My first public relations job was with a political firm, where I worked on local, statewide and presidential campaigns. In this column, I opine why cable TV coverage of political news coverage is…

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The Poignant Side of the Stimulus Stalemate

  Thomas J. Madden, Chairman and CEO, Transmedia Group I had just distributed my latest MaddenMischief blog “Three Howls for Wily Wolf Versus Smiling Pelosi.” In it, I commended WOLF BLITZER for bravely holding the dug-in feet of mechanically-smiling speaker Pelosi to the fire on CNN for turning her back on President Trump’s $1.8 trillion stimulus offer…

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Political Strategy or Political Insanity? We’ll Know On November 3, Maybe

(Author’s Note: This is the eight in a series of political articles for CommPRO.biz that I’ll be writing leading up to Election Day. FYI – My first public relations job was with a political firm, where I worked on local, statewide and presidential campaigns. In this column, I question the president’s most recent political actions.) Arthur Solomon Many…

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Biden Was The Clear Winner in NBC’s Town Hall in Miami, But Were Soft Ball Questions Lobbed at Him Coming From Voters Only Pretending to be Undecided?

  Thomas J. Madden, Chairman and CEO, Transmedia Group Some of the so-called “undecided voters” at the recent NBC-Biden town hall were once identified as Biden supporters when they previously appeared on MSNBC. Really?  If that’s true, shouldn’t moderator Lester Holt have asked them: “Were you once for Biden, but switched to undecided?” What bothers me about…

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What Do We Learn From Political Debates? (Not Much, In My Opinion)

  (Author’s Note: This is the seventh in a series of political articles for CommPRO.biz that I’ll be writing leading up to Election Day. FYI – My first public relations job was with a political firm, where I worked on local, statewide and presidential campaigns. In this column, I question if anything is learned from political debates.)…

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OP Ed: Distrust noun, the feeling that someone or something cannot be relied upon.

verb, doubt the honesty or reliability of; regard with suspicion. Current Definition: medical reports on President Trump condition. (Author’s Note: This is the sixth in a series of political articles for CommPRO.biz that I’ll be writing leading up to Election Day. FYI – My first public relations job was with a political firm, where I worked on local, statewide…

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Are We Living in a Fairy Tale? Time to Close the Book.

Leslie Grossman, Faculty Director, Executive Women’s Leadership, The George Washington University Center for Excellence in Public Leadership It’s been said by countless experts, that contrary to what many may believe, fairy tales are not good for kids.  Nor are they good for adults.  Fairy tales are stories that originally were not based on truth. Or were…

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The Supremes (Not The Motown Ones) And The Election

(Author’s Note: This is the third in a series of political articles for CommPro.biz that I’ll be writing leading up to Election Day. It’s one that was not on my “to do” list. But because of the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Supreme Court will be an important issue until after the 59th…

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