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Ronn Torossian blogs on brand PR and insights on being a top 25 US public relations firm. As an author, and as a public relations guru, Ronn Torossian expresses upon life as a public relations entrepreneur, brand PR, and on being CEO of the public relations agency 5WPR.

Coming right on the heels of the landmark announcement that Tesla had “done it,” the company had created a fully electric family car for a middle-class budget, Tesla was forced to admit production wasn’t quite where they wanted it...
The same week Twitter came under withering fire from Republicans and others over allegations the social platform was “shadow-banning” some conservative users, Twitter received another gut punch, this time from Wall Street. As the platform has focused on “cleaning up”...
The desk is the central point of any workspace, and important part of productivity for most professionals. Whether it's a small desk in a cubicle at a standard office, or a large desk within a private home office space,...
The older and more mature public relations becomes, the more it relies on less traditional approaches to getting results. It also relies on connecting more with a younger audience through the use of social media marketing and online campaigns....
With the advent of news on mobile devices, the public relations industry as a whole shrugged. Then they started hemorrhaging money left and right. Pundits and prognosticators weighed in, predicting DOOM for the Traditional Media. New media, they presumed,...
Around ten years ago, most customers went to one or two websites when they wanted to find out about a product, then they would consider whether they wanted to buy that product in person, or risk purchasing something online....
Looking for a delicious home-cooked meal that's easy to make? Customers may be able to get everything they need from their local Chick-Fil-A - as long as they live in Atlanta. The fast-food company famous for its chicken in...
One reason press releases have changed in 2015 is that public relations and the public has changed. In the 1920s, headlines for press releases were in the style of radio broadcasts. Press Releases Then and Now Here's a headline from October...
There are several types of bloggers—those who do it to keep their families up-to-date and post photos of their children, those who blog because they have a particular interest in a subject or hobby and bloggers who deeply love...
With few exceptions, successful PR campaigns aren't the result of dumb luck. A PR effort that achieves its objectives is almost always the result of careful planning and savvy execution. If you take the time to lay the groundwork,...

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