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Ronn Torossian is PR leader, when it comes to the newest ideas and thoughts in media, public relations, and PR success. As the dynamic head of a successful public relations company, 5WPR, Ronn Torossian blogs on PR and life as a top 15 US public relations firm.

This week we were informed by Ben Bernanke that Friday’s report will show the June unemployment rate is once again on the rise. Naturally this points out that there are new laid-off employees or new jobseekers, who failed to...
The word on the streets in Manhattan and inside my network of CEO’s is that the Venture Capitalists are back. They collected their gains from 2009 which ended strongly and started off a robust Q1 2010. With funds starting...
Truth is, ‘positive thinking’ is immediately associated with the ‘self-help’ shelf in your closest Barnes & Noble, but it is much more practical than you might think. My experience in business, and in life makes me more confident on...
AT&T’s move on data pricing and Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ commitment to monetize content will strengthen the marriage bond between PR and media - thus creating a Technology Public Relations niche. The sum of both requires some real thinking on...
I simply cannot understand why companies spend so little on Public Relations: -A recent client who spent $1 Million on advertising over a short term period complained constantly about the $20K they spent with us over a 2 month period…...
I regularly host networking meetings at our midtown NYC PR agency. Not only do I thoroughly enjoy these gatherings, but they also continue to allow me to recognize how fascinating and successful our clients and acquaintances are.  Just yesterday,...
Stay business minded while riding the wave of positive PR http://www.nytimes.com/2010/05/09/fashion/09michelle.html?src=me The article above which appeared in yesterday’s New York Times is a worthwhile read.  As the CEO of a PR agency, I often field questions about how PR positively impacts...
Some random musings following a particularly exhausting week – Late nite meetings, events and simply busy. Friday nite I hosted a dinner in my home for 2 current clients, and a former client who was a cabinet member of a...
It’s said that Public Relations professionals read the newspapers not to get the news, but to study angles and understand what stories are planted in newspapers by people with PR in mind. This morning reading The New York Times, the...
Great story in this week’s ADWEEK about a new study on how mega-agencies should reach out to specialty voices, smaller agencies and new voices to “leverage their special talents and expertise.” Additionally: “Key findings assert that client CEO’s will...

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