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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.

A strong brand allows consumer advocates to spread your company's messaging and offerings to a larger audience. It’s interesting how some words have evolved over the years and taken on new meanings and value. To historians, the word “brand” dates...
Most brands understand they would benefit from a dedicated public relations team. Whether that might be an in-house team or a contracted team depends a lot on the brand’s goals, budget, administration and intentions. These factors also play a...
When planning a winning digital marketing strategy, there are a few elements that are often taken for granted, or not given their just due. This is unfortunate, since these elements can make or break a campaign. Here’s how and...
In 2012, when marketing research company Marketing Sherpa released its study of just how important social media is to marketing, 72% of marketers reported they had already recognized its value and were employing it to generate leads. The growing...
The growth of influencer marketing is undeniable, and the industry is no longer limited to humans; from cats, dogs, and even rabbits, it seems like anyone can become an influencer in this multi-billion dollar industry. Even more surprising, however,...
As 2019 draws to a close, it could be instructive to look back at some of the notable sports PR misfires over the past year. We’re not ranking them or comparing them, only looking to see what we can...
A young mother exercises on a stationary bicycle in the comfort of her home and the internet erupts. Why? Perhaps this is a question that the fitness equipment company, Peloton, is wrestling with at this exact moment. Peloton’s stock dropped...
Until 1983, when a software developer Alan Cooper pioneered the concept of customer persona, the word “persona” had been used in entertainment magazines to compare a celebrity whose public persona was bright and bubbly to one of being quiet...
When the Eagles recorded the song, “Life in the Fast Lane,” back in 1976, boomers (born between 1946 and 1964) had lived through a lot.  They were witnesses to race riots, the Vietnam war protests, the man on the...
The job market is competitive, and one big difference between the modern workplace and that of decades past is that the competition now comes on both sides of the hiring table. Not only are the top qualified candidates vying...

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