JCOPE vs the PR industry: The ironic battle for your First Amendment rights

Irony.

Contrary to popular belief, rain on your wedding day isn’t exactly ironic. That’s just bad luck. A free ride when you’ve already paid? Tough luck again.

Irony is when a committee dedicated to promoting integrity and ethics is potentially guilty of violating your First Amendment ...

Coin collections and customer connections

When it comes to moving and buying a new home, it seems like Murphy’s law sometimes kicks into hyper drive. For Michael Sears, it all came down to one piece of paper. There were a lot of complicated details, but suffice it to say that without that one piece of paper, there would ...

Taking a stand without tipping the boat: Strategic planning for sensitive PR issues

We live in a complex society. New thoughts and ideas trend daily, and it may be difficult to tell what stand to take on issues. Apple or the FBI? Trump or Clinton? Did Kesha actually get raped? Were Erin ...

Spilling social secrets: Becoming an expert in social media (without wasting time)

In the fast-paced world of social media, new platforms come out and new trends surge almost daily.  With these changes, PR professionals must rise to a difficult challenge: adapt faster. You could spend all day on the Internet trying to stay current on issues and trends and still ...