300 episodes of the Inside PR podcast. That’s a major milestone. We look back at the history of Inside PR and the people who created and produced it.
Restore the orange RSS icon to the address bar of the Chrome browser using a simple-to-install extension.
People who work in retail learn some lessons that they can use later in their business lives and in social media. Two of those lessons are: “Have a conversation, don’t sell,” and “Good word of mouth begins with a good relationship.”
As web developers, we try to find means of making the development process quicker, simpler and better. Recently, we discovered that the Twitter development team have created Twitter Bootstrap, a suite of tools that provide common functionality needed on all our projects.
Young PR pros have a great advantage to leveraging social media in their job hunt. However, what are those young professionals not on social media to do?
Gen X members grew up with pet rocks, platform shoes and watched The Simpsons. What can this tell us about connecting and communicating with this audience?
Last night, Thornley Fallis and the Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA) brought home a top prize – a Gold Canadian Public Relations Society National Award of Excellence – for Best Multi-Media Projects for external audiences. The project was honoured at a gala event held in Victoria, BC. The campaign answered two simple consumer questions: • “How much house can I afford?” • “What does a Realtor do for me?” The challenge was to tackle stereotypes faced by Realtors, such as being too focused on commissions, in an effort to show them as helpful professionals that can guide Ontarians through their … Read more
The rules of improv apply to good communications: making and creating, in the moment and in response to the stimulus of one’s immediate environment and inner feelings. This can result in the invention of new thought patterns, new practices, new structures or symbols, and/or new ways to act.
Last month I signed up for all-day WordPress hosted by Ladies Learning Code because as a communicator I should know not only how to build fantastic communications programs for clients but also how to add content to their websites without breaking it.
This isn’t just a new version, it’s a whole new app. It shifts the focus away from ‘checking in’ to sharing recommendations and insights, but you can still check in if you want to