Public Relations Global Network (PRGN) Hits 50-Member Mark with Addition of Two New Agencies, Selects Christina Rytter as President

The Public Relations Global Network (PRGN) today announced the addition of two new communications agency affiliates to one of the world’s largest PR agency networks. These firms – S&A Communications and asoluto – joined PRGN during the consortium’s recent bi-annual meeting in Dallas, Texas.  PRGN members elected Christina Rytter, managing director and founder of Copenhagen, … Read More

Welcome Y’all…PRGN Meets in Dallas

PRGN’s recent gathering in Dallas, Texas was a real meeting of the minds – and cultures.  Hosted by local PRGN agency, Three Box Strategic Communications, senior communications leaders from around the world converged to talk about integrated media, new business, the challenges facing our industries today and a lot of “how do you do that … Read More

How Over-Servicing Impacts PR Agencies

Over-servicing among PR firms doesn’t simply mean working for nothing. It’s a lot more costly. That’s because when your firm starts to expand client services—without being adequately compensated—it has a negative effect on the rest of the operation. Indeed, the repercussions for over-servicing can make a bad situation considerably worse. Perhaps more so than any … Read More

Bloody Incident Will Haunt United Airlines

by David Fuscus, CEO – Xenophon Strategies The now famous United Airlines debacle of a bloodied passenger being dragged off a plane will resurface in news stories about United for years. Virtually everyone has seen the video, from school children to captain of industries and because of it, they are paying a lot more attention to United. … Read More

PR Pros, It’s Time to Pay Up: #SubscribeToTruth

By Anne A. Buchanan, APR Buchanan Public Relations For those of us in the profession of public relations, the rise of fake news and the attacks on legitimate media outlets have been deeply disturbing. The Code of Ethics developed by our industry’s leading professional association, PRSA, calls out honesty as one of six, key professional … Read More

State of the Media: A (Global) Question of Trust

For a communications professional working in the U.S., the last few months have been a time of intense introspective about the state of the media. The rhetoric has been thick and charged. Phrases like “alternative facts” and “fake news” are making their own headlines. White House press conferences have taken on an element of the … Read More

Using Mobile to Dominate the B2B Category

Did you know that nearly 70 percent of people in the U.S. have a smart phone? It’s not a huge surprise that the majority of internet access is now done through mobile devices versus desktop computers.  Updating your marketing strategy to incorporate mobile users isn’t a trend that applies solely to B2C companies. Your B2B … Read More

The Guide to Apps for PR Pros

For us PR pros, our smartphones are basically glued to our hands. Whether it’s emailing clients, checking the latest news alerts, posting to social media or searching for that contact we met at a networking event, our phones are often our most indispensable tool as communicators and help us provide even stronger service to our clients. Here’s … Read More

Send What You Intend: Four Tips to Avoid Mixed-Up Messages

At the beginning of 2015, The Fearey Group moved offices and did a complete redesign of our workspace in the process. We went from private doored offices to an open, collaborative floor plan. We increased our technology infrastructure, worked on our message and created new tools in the process. And we did this for many … Read More