Everyone knows the traditional “brand planning season” in marketing tends to start at the end of the third quarter and carry through the end of the year. That’s when most brands have spent their current …Read More →
Posts Tagged with: Full Circle PR in Greenville
The 2014/2015 flu season has shown little mercy across the U.S., with school districts actually canceling classes because of high level outbreaks amongst students and teachers. This year, the flu virus hit fast, and …Read More →
Kim and I founded Full Circle Public Relations in 2009. When we created the business, we agreed we each wanted to own 50 percent of the company. Many mentors tried to steer us away from …Read More →
If you hop on any Internet search engine today and type in “Carnival Cruise Lines,” the first few headlines you see are:
“Carnival Cruise Line in more troubled waters”
“Carnival Cruise Line experiences another ship malfunction”
Have you ever read an article or watched a news program and wondered how certain company spokespeople are selected to present their expert opinion on a subject? Have you ever thought, “I could certainly weigh …Read More →
Mirroring how good media relations outreach should be, today’s post is brief and digestible. Below are 4 key ideas that every good PR pro must keep in mind when pitching to either print, online or …Read More →
At FCPR, we pride ourselves on innovative thinking. Whether it’s composing a well-rounded and robust social media strategy, or finding unique ways for our clients to touch base with their customers outside of a sales …Read More →
How a brand handles a crisis can tell a lot about their company. Putting a brand in a vulnerable or compromising position can really show if they care about their consumers and truly care about …Read More →
They say the best ideas are born out of necessity.
I would say that adage definitely holds true at FCPR as we work as a team to improve our internal communications system.
We’ve grown to a team …Read More →
I read this post by Samantha Murphy today on Mashable, “Can Call Me Maybe Work as Job Recruitment?” Litzky Public Relations in Hoboken, N.J. put this video together to attract new job candidates.