Three questions: Explaining the drop in the uninsured

POTUS plugged your organization’s cause. Now what?

POTUS plugged your organization’s cause. Now what?

Debra DeShong | 02/28/2017

Four steps to success.

Four steps to success.

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Why we treat our clients just like their favorite barista would

Why we treat our clients just like their favorite barista would

Kimberly Rolfes | 11/22/2016

We take our relationships with our clients seriously.

What comes to mind when you hear the words “customer service”? Maybe it’s a restaurant or bar where everyone knows your name and remembers your favorite meal and drink. Or perhaps you...

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Iko “Francis” Gabay, Senior Interactive Designer

Iko “Francis” Gabay, Senior Interactive Designer

Subject Matter | 01/12/2017

Meet Francis, our Senior Interactive Designer.

Born and raised in the Philippines, on the coastal province of La Union, six hours north of the capital, Manila, Senior Interactive Designer Iko (ee-KO) “Francis” Gabay says every experience, good...

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5 things you need to know about Twitter

Subject Matter | 09/19/2016

After crashing onto the social media landscape in 2006, Twitter has been the go-to platform for live events, politicians, celebrities and reporters. While Twitter is always changing, here are five things you need to know while developing your latest Twitter strategy....

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You could call me an intern. Let me show you why I’m not

Taylor Kickbush | 09/02/2016

Every morning I wake up at 6 o’clock to choose an outfit suitable to both my personality and work. By 7:40 I’m rushing out my apartment door in a floral print dress and high heels, and hurriedly squeezing onto a...

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Not just another internship

Elaina Finkelstein | 08/29/2016

Sitting at an empty desk with an enormous computer screen in my face felt like the first day of college—I was eager, I was nervous – but most of all – I was grateful. My first assignment as a summer...

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Why we hired a data scientist

Paul Frick | 08/25/2016

It’s not often you’ll scroll the staff list of a communications firm and come across the title “data scientist.” In fact, I’ve never seen one before this week when we announced the addition of Eric Newburger — a data visualization...

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The obit I’d like to write

John Siniff | 08/10/2016

They were easy to spot. The bad ones were as obvious as the string of cans trailing a newlyweds’ limousine. I’m talking about news pegs tacked on to an otherwise compelling op-ed column. When I ran USA Today’s op-ed pages...

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Stacey Alexander, Government Relations

Subject Matter | 08/04/2016

Washington can be a town set in its ways, but Stacey Alexander has built a career turning conventional wisdom on its side to achieve innovative results. Former Chief of Staff to Congressman Jim Matheson and Deputy Political Director for the...

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5 things you need to know about Facebook

Subject Matter | 07/25/2016

Social media is constantly changing and sometimes it’s hard to keep up. Luckily, keeping track of the latest social trends and updates is not only what we do – it’s our obsession. Below are 5 best practices that will help you...

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Kaela Asharin, Media Specialist

Subject Matter | 07/05/2016

To prepare for a case study presentation in one of her undergraduate public relations classes, Kaela Asharin had to choose a communications agency and investigate its work. She stumbled upon a little company that impressed her with its client roster...

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Don’t let a PR crisis take your company over a cliff

Debra DeShong | 07/05/2016

While there are many lessons to be learned from the Volkswagen emissions scandal, for corporate communicators, the chief takeaway is this: Never take consumers’ faith in your brand for granted. Even a beloved brand like VW will be raked over...

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Why this matters: Twitter gives more room to photos and video

Jeremy S. Thompson | 06/28/2016

Last month, Twitter announced it will soon be excluding photos, GIFs, videos and polls from its character count. That’s right. The next time you want to tweet a photo, you don’t have to use up 24 of your 140 precious...

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