Last month the Wall Street Journal announced it was making changes to their print edition. Among the visible changes, their most popular section, Marketplace, is now called Business & Tech. The change was made to reflect the overall changes in the business world, and how “tech is permeating every industry.” And if the Wall Street Journal revising their headline is not enough of a signal to you, let ...Continue Reading → Share
Wall Street Journal is the latest to position SpotterRF compact surveillance radar as a promising solution to growing domestic threats to critical infrastructure. Popular Science and others give these guys kudos for low cost solution for threats that could cost a mint. Here’s what they said:
Armed gunmen attacked a California electrical substation in April 2013, but it wasn’t until 2014 that the ...Continue Reading → Share
The diversity of reaction to news never ceases to amaze me, even though I’m in communications and PR Consulting. For example, in response to what I thought was great Utah Marketing news, one Deseret News comment from “My2Cents” is instructive.
“It is not an award to be proud of, not for Utah and not for citizens. Its an award of oppression and poverty that the state ...Continue Reading → Share
Public Relations for Business-to-Business clients differs significantly from PR for Business-to-Consumer companies. However, with the explosion of social networking and online resources, both can benefit from new ways of looking at public relations and marketing. Here are top tips for your online presence:
1) Create cool content: This maxim hasn’t changed since the invention of the printing press. While there are millions of websites and other options for relieving the customer pain or problem your product confronts, your ...Continue Reading → Share