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Twitter Takes the Comment Card to Heart – Improves Quote Tweet

FINALLY! Twitter has overhauled its communications flow with one, simple change. The Quote Tweet now provides a cleaner, visual space to comment and retweet content. There are a lot of reasons this is great for communicators (marketing and PR alike), businesses and even Twitter. There is...

The Art of Your Message and Visual Storytelling

In the modern business landscape, visual storytelling takes center stage. Lately, more video e-newsletters have been rolling into my inbox. They take at least 4 minutes longer to ingest than those with still images, but they are infinitely more interesting because the images keep...

“I’m here so I won’t get fined” Super Bowl vs. Media

 The following blog post is from LTPR’s winter intern, Kevin Gaboury. Ah, Super Bowl Media Day - a time when players, fans, coaches, and the media converge before the big game in a three-ring circus of pageantry and hoopla. It serves as forum for players to publicly...

Welcome Kevin Gaboury: LTPR’s New Intern

It’s the New Year and that can only mean one thing: A new intern! Please help us welcome Kevin Gaboury to our team for the winter. Kevin will support us with our public relations efforts as he finishes up his master’s degree in strategic communication at...

2014: Year of the Data Breach

Data breaches were an unfortunate theme of 2014. Target, Home Depot and a dozen other companies are just a drop in the bucket, all of whom are likely looking forward to putting this year in the rearview mirror. Communication is crucial throughout any crisis – including...

Four Tips to Navigate Your Post-Grad Job Search

The following blog post is from LTPR’s fall intern, Caitlin Harrington. My only goal after I graduated from the University of Oregon in June, as far as my career was concerned, was to move to Portland and find a job. As I reflect on life since...

Nonprofit Communications Support *Pro Bono*

We're NOW accepting submissions for the 2015 Nonprofit Challenge - CLICK HERE  for details. The end of the year is quickly approaching and with that comes the conclusion of LTPR’s 2014 Nonprofit Challenge. But with each conclusion comes the beginning of a new opportunity and we're...

Five Tips for Effective Campaign Communications

Do you hear that? It’s the sound of silence. I’m not talking about the classic Simon and Garfunkel song, I’m talking about the end of campaign ads. We have finally made it to post-elections. While the winning candidates or groups who supported successful measures celebrate...

8 Tips for Success as a PR Student

College is back in full swing with students cracking books and digging into their studies. Our summer intern Kati is one of them and had this final post with tips for her fellow public relations students as they begin, continue or finish their college experience. I...

Welcome Caitlin! LTPR’s Fall Intern

With a new season comes our new intern. Please help us welcome Caitlin Harrington as she joins our team this fall. Caitlin will help us with our own endeavors as well as support PR efforts with our clients. Caitlin is originally from Sitka, Alaska. and is a...