A Simple Guide: Getting Your Speaking Submissions Accepted

Why submit to speak at a conference? This is a question we get from our clients a lot - is it really worth the time to complete speaking submissions and hope that we get accepted to at least one of them? Keep reading to decide for...

7 Tips for Overcoming Writer’s Block

We’ve all been there. Two minutes into writing you can feel it start to happen – the dreaded writer’s block. As PR professionals, this is something that comes about less frequently, but when it does, it can definitely throw a wrench in your day. Here...

How to Reclaim Productivity in Your Meetings

Meetings. Those blocks of time intended for collaboration with teammates, providing updates on tasks and divining clarity on last-minute questions, but instead become timesheet approved opportunities to zone out. If not led properly, meetings have the ability to be the number one detractor to workplace productivity. One...

4 Things to Avoid in Your Writing

The written (and spoken) word is incredibly powerful. Great writing has been used throughout human existence to engage others, spark motivation, create support, argue for equality, instill confidence and countless other endeavors. As savvy marketers, we know the power of great writing; from a provocative...

4 Tips to Hone Your Writing Skills

Persuasive writing is an art form, and as PR professionals, it’s one we practice on a daily basis. Not being able to articulate a client’s message in a clear, cohesive manner that resonates with how it needs to with each intended audience could be quite...