Long before he could call himself “CEO,” Jeff Pizzino was living in a small Italian-American community in Milwaukie, Wisconsin with his family in 1916. His grandfather moved his family there from Italy when Pizzino’s father was very young, and his family has been living there ever
How does someone go from receiving a degree in dental technology to working in marketing and communications for the rest of her career?
As an adolescent, Tennille Wanner found herself needing orthodontic work like most teenagers do. She was always concerned about her teeth and throughout
In our modern world, your clients are used to receiving quality service—fast. Every company—including yours—has a goal to provide a better product than its competitors. But how many companies focus on actually becoming friends with their clients? How many clients and customers walk
Cody Craynor is not just the Senior Manager of Strategic Analysis for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) in their Public Affairs department, he is an excellent communicator and he is a world renown bead maker!
Craynor is married with three kids and he met his wife while
What makes you feel successful in your PR job?
Is it a spike in social media followers? A news article published from a news release you sent out? Or seeing someone wearing your brand’s t-shirt at the mall? These results can make you feel good about what you are doing. They can also be
What does the change in the Facebook algorithm mean for YOUR feed?
“A great amount of my traffic comes from Facebook… having Facebook taken away as a marketing platform is going to change things a lot for us.” Elcio Zanatta, owner of Aubergine and Company, is not alone in his concerns.