Arizona Public Relations

February 16, 2012

Lin and Flynn – How Deep is Your Bench?

  New York Knicks’ guard Jeremy Lin sits on the bench in obscurity until an injury to another player gives him an opportunity.  He promptly leads […]
January 17, 2012

A Tip for Tuesday – Working Hard, Not Hardly Working at the Internship

*A guest blog from Katie, our Spring Intern* So, here I am at HMA! But how did I get here, you ask? As a full-time, working […]
January 9, 2012

#MediaMonday – Local Lily

Each Monday, we are posting a blog to help our readers get to know the media just a little bit better. With a TWIST! No, we […]
December 19, 2011

#MediaMonday – Scott Bordow

Today’s #MediaMonday comes to us from Arizona Republic sports columnist Scott Bordow. In addition to his regular columns, you can often hear Scott filling-in as a […]
December 14, 2011

“What is…” Wednesday – What do stars do in varying times of crisis? Part I

Last week, we cross-posted some great tips from marketing veteran Kevin Sullivan on how to deal with media during times of crisis. As a follow-up, we […]
December 1, 2011

The Top Five Secret Reasons I Love Social Media

Being in public relations, a good portion of my day is spent researching, planning for and writing about social media. Not since the news release has […]
November 28, 2011

#MediaMonday – Katarina Kovacevic

Love to travel? So does Katarina Kovacevic. So much so, she is making a living out of it as a freelance writer and blogger. Today, we […]
November 14, 2011

#MediaMonday – Nicole Moon

If you’ve ever been up searching for good TV on a weekend morning, chances are you’ve seen some of Nicole Moon’s work. As the hard-working producer […]
November 1, 2011

A Tip for Tuesday – Stress Relief

I had the chance to hear Swami Parthansarathy speak at a recent Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) event about how to reduce stress in one’s life. The Swami […]
October 18, 2011

A Tip for Tuesday – The 20/20 Rule of Networking

I know we post a lot about networking, mostly because we so strongly believe in it.  Came across this blog post by Tom Kane, a legal […]