Instagram Stories are becoming the new “news feed,” and brands are using the slideshow of videos and photos to give their customers a taste of the people and personalities behind their products.
The E.W. Scripps Company and Vehr Communications have partnered to give one lucky intern a truly unique summer experience with the Cincinnati Strategic Communications Leadership Program. Today, we introduce you to the newest member of our team: Haley Fite.
We’ve started to notice how, no matter what happens during the course of their project, the families seem to walk away satisfied, proud and happy about their investment, which, when it comes down to it, is exactly how we want our clients to feel after they meet with our team.
It matters little to me whether PR as a term survives. It matters greatly that we continue to operate and grow on a foundation of courage, curiosity, empathy and integrity and remain flexible enough to meet the needs of our clients.
Whether you’re looking for an internship, entry level or senior level position, the application game never changes.
While marketing dashboard metrics are critical and should be reviewed regularly, we’d provide greater value to our organizations if we look at them in the context of the larger business environment and explore all the possible nuances that took us from A to B.
Dove is known for featuring models of all shapes, sizes and ethnicities in its advertising. But, how far is too far when trying to relate to your customers?
We’ve sucked in our breath more than a few times since the ball dropped on 2016, and with that in mind we’ve rounded up our agency’s best tips for a better end to 2017. Read them, learn them, hope you never need them, but please – keep them top of mind. May the Fourth be with you.
There is still a lot of misdirected energy among communications professionals to hold on to traditional nomenclature for what it is that we do, whether an advertising, marketing, PR or branding agency.
We’re offering some thoughts on how Trump can approach the next 100 days. This is not political. This is PR 101.