Blogging & Public Relations – Fox News Reads SCOTUS Blog

Still think blogging isn’t important to your Public Relations plan? Think again. This morning’s Fox News TV broadcast is a prime example. SCOTUSblog got some Fox love as Fox News anchors and experts read from SCOTUS to report the breaking news regarding the Supreme Court ruling on ObamaCare (Affordable Car Act).

With viewers teased for an hour and riveted to screens across the ...

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Brent Brown Ballpark Namesake Declares Goose Kallunki Week

 

Brent Brown Toyota Scionhas named June 25 through 30 “Goose Kallunki Week” to honor the Utah Valley University Wolverine’s homerun hitter’s amazing year and his recent induction into Major League Baseball.

Guests who arrive at the Orem Toyota dealership during the week can receive free giveaways, including hats, shirts, sunscreen and more. They may also check out the new Wolverine iQ Taxi, a UVU-themed Scion iQ designed by a student of the school.

“Goose Kallunki has been a valuable asset to ...

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News Trends – The Revolution of Evolution

Daily Herald logoDo you still  get a hard copy newspaper on that off-white news print where the ink rubs off on your hands?

I do, and I know I’m in the minority. Most digital natives in their 20’s or younger have never bought a newspaper.

Why do I persist, even with radio, TV and online news that I graze on throughout the day? After all, I check in with ...

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2012 Women Tech Award Nomination – Wise Public Relations

The best boss I ever had was a woman over public relations when I served on Eric Schmidt’s PR team at Novell. Some of the best entrepreneurs are women-including some great PR clients of PilmerPR.  In my personal hall of fame are Shauna Theobald, Cyd Tetro, Susan Preator, Amy Rees Anderson to name but a few. Who ...

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Forbes – Are You An Innovative Entrepreneur?

It’s so fun doing Public Relations work for entrepreneurial clients like Glenn Jakins, just featured in Forbes magazine.  They are what makes America great! Here’s an excerpt:

“Put simply, innovative entrepreneurs act different to think different and in the end, they make a difference.  They live the Innovator’s DNA by regularly asking provocative questions, observing the world like anthropologists, networking with diverse people to get new ideas, experimenting to figure out novel solutions, and connecting the typically unconnected insights ...

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Disruptive Technology Wins in Public Relations

Some entrepreneurial startups succeed based on incredible customer service (ie. Zappos). Some businesses win based on an expectational marquee player endorsement (ie. Skull Candy & Blender Bottle). Some of the most fun public relations I’ve been involved with has been companies with truly world changing technology, like PilmerPR client SpotterRF.

On December 7, 1941 the U.S. Army at Pearl Harbor Hawaii was just trying out a new ...

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