The 2012 London Olympics is by far the most social in the history of the games. Let’s be honest, most of us didn’t take to our Twitter feeds during the 2008 Olympics. But this year, …Read More →
Monthly Archives: July, 2012
In this increasingly digital age, traditional media relations is constantly being redefined to fit an online culture.
Last week, Carolyn discussed how social media should be an extension of our media relations activities – and she …Read More →
Is your brand stuck in a rut?
You know, that rut that happens when things calm down for just long enough for you to sit back and notice. Employees seem bored. Online conversations are stagnant. Your …Read More →
Most of my family – parents, in-laws, nephews, cousins and aunts – lives in and around the Charlotte, N.C. area.
And …Read More →
It’s no surprise to hear Pinterest has taken the social media world by storm. While the site is not necessarily a fit for every brand, but can be a great tool for architecture and …Read More →
It doesn’t take a genius to realize that the more places you post your brand’s message, the greater your exposure and opportunity for consumer engagement. It’s not rocket science, and the same philosophy is useful …Read More →
As you”ve probably read by now, 37-year-old Marissa Mayer recently accepted a position to become Yahoo”s! latest CEO. The fact that she”s young, and a woman, would”ve been enough (sadly) to make headlines. But …Read More →
Full Disclosure: Loggerhead Apparel is a client of Full Circle Public Relations.
Media relations opportunities can happen through a conversation, an email or a coffee date. More often I’ve noticed that we’ve also been able to …Read More →