Fox News host Laura Ingraham is eating crow this week after getting called out for “mocking” outspoken Parkland school shooting survivor, David Hogg.
Hogg, one of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students at the forefront of protests after 17 of his teachers and classmates were gunned down has been the target of a barrage of negative publicity from right-leaning news shows, radio programs and websites since he became one of the ‘faces’ of the student protests.
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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. Twenty years ago, there was no such thing as eCommerce. To learn about a new product, a client would have to see it on television, or advertised on a magazine.
For many modern customers, it’s hard to imagine what life was like when their grandparents … READ MORE »
Email marketing might be an old-fashioned marketing technique for most companies, but it’s in for an overhaul in the coming years thanks to disruptive technology like AI, the blockchain, and more. With solutions like artificial intelligence, learning from campaigns and optimizing email open rates doesn’t have to be a time-consuming or complex process. Instead, AI is finally filling the gap between the offline and online shopping experience by making it easier to personalize connections.
Combine that with things like Blockchain … READ MORE »
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, choosing the right furniture can be the key to transforming productivity in any workplace.
Ultimately, there’s no one-size-fits-all method to choosing the best office desk, but there are things that any professional can do to make sure that they’re prepared … READ MORE »
For people who like to be out and active in the marketing world, public relations might not seem like the most exciting career. There’s a common perception floating around that PR professionals spend their lives behind a desk, answering phone calls and responding to emergencies on social media. While it’s true that a lot of the PR experience can take place online, or from an office environment, there’s a lot more to it than most people think.
YouTube has been taking heat for “not doing enough” to stop or limit so-called conspiracy videos on its social media platform. While the Google-owned company says it’s trying to make some strides in this area, critics argue it isn’t enough.
Some of the most common targets for criticism are the sort of conspiracy theory videos that promote junk science “theories” about a flat earth or “false flag” school shootings or “government chemtrails” poisoning people. These kinds of videos, even though they are routinely denounced … READ MORE »
Often, great leadership is about finding the balance between pushing followers to achieve their goals and making sure that they don’t end up overwhelmed and burnt out. Managers are just like anyone else in the workforce when it comes to stress. Although they might be responsible for leading a team, they also have the pressures of performance metrics and expectations to live up to.
While a lot of people assume that leadership can take some of the heat off a professional, the truth … READ MORE »
Expanding your reach in the hospitality business can mean one of two things. The first is adding locations and/or franchises. The second is very similar – reaching more customers, possibly through online sales. The principles to follow for both are similar. Here are some things to consider.
There are so many factors that need to be considered for success, but timing is one of the most important. When it comes to timing some of the things to consider include the … READ MORE »
As a leader, you get to work with people who have been chosen for the jobs they do at your organization. Seems simple enough, but for years, many bosses ignored their employees other than just making sure they got their job done within a reasonable time and done well. Lately, that perspective has changed. Leaders find that investing in their people can do a lot of good for the organization. That investment shouldn’t just be limited to what can be easily connected to the work … READ MORE »
These days, consumers are even more worried about cyber security. As the so-called “Russian interference” investigation continues, people are still wondering just how safe their information really is online. Google parent company Alphabet, is trying to cash in on that consumer concern by offering what it calls ‘more intelligent cyber security.’
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"In the long run it's the daily actions of a brand that determines its overall image."
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Ronn Torossian is the CEO of 5WPR and author of best selling PR book, For Immediate Release: Shape Minds, Build Brands, and Deliver Results with Game-Changing Public Relations, and a regular contributor to Fox News, Huffington Post, Business Insider, Insights Wired, Everything-PR and more.