Category Archive for: Thought Leadership

PR Panel Recap Agency Life And What It Takes To Thrive In The Industry

PR Panel Recap: An evening discussing agency life and what it takes to thrive in the industry

When I began studying Communication and Public Relations in college, I quickly realized how important it was to surround myself with and seek out the advice from those already in the field. Whether it was attending my school’s PRSSA events and workshops or finding a mentor at an internship, I remember how much I valued…

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Three Tips for Keeping Clients Apolitical, but Relevant

Three Tips for Keeping Clients Apolitical, but Relevant

In today’s politically charged environment it can seem that the best thing for clients to say, is nothing at all. After all, not addressing a topic can help a business to keep a neutral stance, especially if it’s in relation to topics that could isolate members of their workforce or customer base. Being silent on trending…

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communicating

Communicating Through Transformation and Disruption

Why do companies get disrupted? What do insurgent, disrupting companies need to do and say to win market share? How can they fend off painful disruption for profitable disruption? How do they communicate through either path? We are lucky enough to have worked with teams and clients who have dealt with these questions more than…

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Influencer Marketing

Is Scrutiny On Influencer Marketing Compliance Becoming More Intense?

As the adoption of influencer marketing continues to rise, so too does the scrutiny of the practice. For more than a year, the FTC has made it clear to brands and marketers that disclosure is critical. These compliance standards also apply to brands running their programs through ad agencies or public relations firms as they’re…

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business success

What it Takes to Drive Your Business Success

As a business owner, it is important to be organized. One can go about this by writing down to-do lists marking off the necessary tasks that need to be done around the business, for example. Doing this will ensure that one knows what to do and does not forget about doing their tasks. This also ensures…

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importance of stories

The Importance of Stories for Child Health

Stories matter. That’s not just an opinion. That’s not an axiom or a homily or a saying or even a pithy bumper sticker slogan. That’s a genuine, biological imperative. Our stories, the things that we tell each other when we gather for dinner, the narratives that we painstakingly write down on paper, the arcs that we scrutinize…

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impactful apology

How to Say Sorry: Framework for Creating an Impactful Apology

I’m sorry. Seems simple, doesn’t it? How have two words become so divisive, so maligned and so suspect in the last year? Those two words are used to begin the journey towards repairing broken trust. In the time of a crisis, how do you develop a meaningful apology to rebuild connections and confidence in a…

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NYC Consumer PR

NYC Consumer PR Trends, Key Moments and Lessons Learned in 2017

The SHIFT NYC consumer PR team cooked up another strong showing in 2017, keeping our clients’ brands in the hearts and minds of consumer lifestyle and technology reporters. Against the head winds of an ever-shrinking pool of media outlets, an influx of hard news and an uncertain political climate, the team rolled up its sleeves…

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food pr

Recipes: The Missing Ingredient in Many Food PR Content Marketing Mixes

Firing up a grill with a push of a button. Making taste buds tingle with flavorful hot sauce varieties. Creating memorable media experiences through product trial has long been a staple of public relations for food & beverage and related brands. However, when it comes to maximizing overall ROI and audience engagement, an often overlooked…

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food marketing

Food Marketing Debate – Dinner for One

The consumer reality doesn’t always match the images that food delivery marketers project when promoting their services. Visions of family dinners around the table, along with larger gatherings of friends lifting a glass, don’t reflect the trend of single person dining. According to the Hartman Group’s Food and Beverage Occasions Compass data, almost 50 percent…

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