Being a Know-It-All Isn’t such a Bad Thing

Posted by on Jul 31, 2014 in Public Relations
Being a Know-It-All Isn’t such a Bad Thing

The know-it-all: you know that person. It seems everyone has one or two in their life. The not-so-humble person who elicits an eye roll every time he/she begins to speak. The person who pontificates on everything, and the minute you bring up something new, they claim to have known about it yesterday. They’re annoying, right? But […]

5 Social Media Lessons from my Green Tea Party Protest

Posted by on Jun 11, 2014 in Social Media
5 Social Media Lessons from my Green Tea Party Protest

Here’s what I learned trying to bring back Good Earth Green Tea Lemongrass after my favorite tea was discontinued. I discovered Good Earth Green Tea Lemongrass a few years ago and became hooked on its soothing, subtle flavor. All other green teas were too bitter or tasted like grass. Good Earth Green Tea Lemongrass became […]

Don’t Delete Your Google+ Profiles Just Yet: The Network Still Provides Benefits for Brands

Posted by on May 29, 2014 in Graphic Design, Social Media
Don’t Delete Your Google+ Profiles Just Yet: The Network Still Provides Benefits for Brands

Everyone seems to have an opinion on the future of Google+.  A quick Google search of “Google+ is dead” nets several articles debating the future of the social network. The headlines read: “Google+ Is Walking Dead.” “Is Google+ Really Walking Dead?” “Google+ Isn’t Dead. It’s Just In A Coma And On Life Support.” “Google+ Isn’t […]

Ideas Worth Spreading: 5 TED Talks to Inspire Your Work & Stir Curiosity

Posted by on Apr 29, 2014 in Uncategorized

It’s no secret that I love TED Talks. When I’m facing a tough challenge at work or need inspiration, they’re a fantastic resource. I even listen to them in the car on the way to work or on long runs. Here are a few favorites: Simon Sinek: Start With Why This TED talk not only […]

Social Media and Media Relations: Like PR’s Peanut Butter and Jelly

Posted by on Apr 22, 2014 in Social Media

How many times did you check your favorite social media channels today? I’m willing to bet it’s definitely more than one, and if you’re anything like the average person, it’s probably more around 14 – and that’s just Facebook. Even if you haven’t reached the point of constant connection, social media is a big part […]

Why You Should Use Infographics to Communicate Visually

Posted by on May 21, 2013 in Graphic Design

For a business, it is important to send the right message to your audience, but it is equally important that the audience can understand your message. After all, not everyone is an expert. Today, any individual can access the Internet and find very specific answers to very specific questions, but if their questions involve you […]