Being Apolitical Isn’t Always An Option

2018-01-10T13:51:37+00:00 By |

Sometimes you just have to go for it. In the past, all sorts of brands have publicly avoided politics in order to avoid upsetting their customers from blue and red states alike. Now, in the current political climate, it’s almost risky to avoid leaning in and participating in political debates, especially when these controversies involve companies’ [...]

Is the White House Hurting PR? The Jury is Still Out.

2018-01-10T14:04:21+00:00 By |

The White House communications staff is arguably the most visible set of communications professionals in the country. And, according to a recent study, they could be damaging the industry. This study, published by the USC Center for PR, says a majority of the industry believes the White House communications staff, currently led by Sean Spicer and Sarah [...]

I Am Not a Crook: How to Message Tough Situations

2018-01-10T14:05:09+00:00 By |

“I am not a crook,” Richard Nixon said in relation to the Watergate scandal in 1973. It was a short, declarative sentence – perfect for a sound byte. The only problem was that it was perceived as so disingenuous that the sentence began to represent exactly what Nixon was purporting not to be: a crook. As [...]