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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.

  Launched on October 28, Starbuck’s innovative Tweet-A-Coffee campaign has changed the way people think of marketing and Public Relations forever. Twitter has long been considered a place to connect with influential people in one’s own niche, but never before...
Working extensively in entertainment PR, including extensive work as a crisis PR agency for celebrities, an interesting story is the Angelina Jolie Brand – and will she incorporate her soon to be husband’s last name into her name ? And...
Companies take a risk when they decide to comment on social issues.  When done right, companies can make genuine connections with existing and potential customers.  When done wrong, companies can turn off their audiences, which can lead to drops...
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,...
  In October, 2014, Google released its newest Apple iOS app, "Primer." Here is a brief introduction to the app, and why rookie marketing professionals should use it. What is Google Primer? Google realized that not all first-time marketers know the ins...
The term “brand purpose” was designated by the Association of National Advertisers as the Marketing Word of the Year in 2018. With so much focus on the idea of purpose and engaging in core principles that help make the...
A brand must be prepared for a possible reputation crisis caused by its influencers or spokespeople. To be as prepared as possible, here are some steps to take should a reputation crisis occur. Alerts It’s a simple and easy step, but...
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...
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...
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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