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Company Lessons for a Crisis Simulation

The Crisis Training "Top Seven" A few weeks ago we managed a mock crisis simulation at one of our client’s premises to test their crisis communications plan. Not only is this a good practice for any company, but repeating the training at regularly scheduled intervals can...

Facebook Boosting: PR or Advertising?

PR and advertising can butt heads from time to time. There is a prideful and territorial debate that rages on behind the scenes as the two different disciplines compete for equal footing with the client. This jockeying for position has inevitably made each agency, firm...

The Owned, Earned and Paid Media BALANCE

What can you do right now as a credit union executive to maximize your marketing plan for the rest of the year? Moreover, what can you do with an eye toward 2016? I provided some insights—and hopefully a few answers— at last week’s Credit Union National...

A PR Treatment for the Healthcare Industry: Social Media Pt. II

As previously noted on the LTPR blog, my colleague Kurt Heath and I were able to attend the PRSA Health Academy Conference this past May. The conference was chalk-full of invaluable takeaways for healthcare marketers and public relations practitioners. As an avid social media user, I...

PRSA Health Academy Conference: Key Takeaways

I recently had the privilege of attending the Public Relations Society of America’s 2015 Health Academy Conference in Cleveland, Ohio. Aside from returning to my home state—the land of milk and honey, LeBron James and, more importantly, Urban Meyer and THE Ohio State Buckeyes—the conference was...

People. Process. Product. The Engine of LTPR Pt. II

"PR is a process, not a destination" - Part 2 of a three part series. Last quarter I confessed that I am hooked on CNBC’s “The Profit.” As a business owner, I glean countless tips and strategies from the show to incorporate into our professional services....