The Press Release is Dead. Or is it?

The Press Release is Dead. Or is it?

Many articles have been written asking “Is the press release dead?” The “death of the press release” story has practically become an internet meme and is one that gets trotted out religiously. It’s usually fairly self-serving to the organization putting it...
IPO PR Ground Rules (Part 2): Don’t Hang On To Your Ego

IPO PR Ground Rules (Part 2): Don’t Hang On To Your Ego

In Part 1 of our Ground Rules of IPO PR, we looked at some key rules for getting though the days leading up to your company’s IPO and beyond. In Part 2, we’re looking a little closer at the CEO and what they need to keep top of mind. CEOs are a breed unto themselves –...
7 Ways a Clean, Close Shave Can Improve Your PR Skills

7 Ways a Clean, Close Shave Can Improve Your PR Skills

I changed the way I shave. Every few years, convinced that there’s a better way out there, I change my daily shaving regimen. I’ve tried just about every method – wet, dry, with a razor with five blades, an electric razor, Dollar Shave Club, with gel, foam, soap,...
Managing Tech IPO PR in the Social Age

Managing Tech IPO PR in the Social Age

Managing Tech IPO PR in the Social Age (via Clement Communications) In the wake of Facebook’s shares rising above its IPO levels for the first time since it went public and the rumors of Twitter’s IPO, interest in tech IPOs have ratcheted up again. About  40% (39 of...
Farewell apostrophe?

Farewell apostrophe?

Language evolves. When was the last time you said the word “ye”? When was the last time you put an umlaut on anything that wasnt  German or Mötley-Crüe-related? For that matter, when was the last time anyone wrote about Mötley Crüe? Did you know that there are four...