September 19, 2019

Too young for business cards?

As an ambitious 6-year-old, Autumn was already trying to climb the career ladder. Business cards were the first step. Read more!
September 18, 2019

Flu Season Marketing

As flu season approaches, Annelise breaks down her recent experience getting a flu shot and how CVS marketed the service to her.
September 17, 2019

The Sport of Communicating Injuries

Injuries are a part of sports.  Especially big-time sports.  But how they are communicated is vastly different from sport-to-sport. Just this past weekend, Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks […]
September 16, 2019

#MediaMonday – Emma Gibson

Happy #MediaMonday! Today, we're introducing you to Emma Gibson, a public affairs reporter for Arizona Public Media in Tucson.
September 13, 2019

Does anyone use the phone as a phone anymore?

Are phone calls becoming obsolete? Abbie sure hopes not. As a communications pro, she believes everyone should pick up the phone and have a conversation every once in a while.
September 12, 2019

Where did you get that photo?

Don't make these common mistakes public relations and marketing pros are making that are landing them in legal trouble. If you are frustrated with finding the perfect photo for your brand, we made a list of the best places to find stock photos that aren’t so stock photo-y.
September 11, 2019

Agency Pros Offer Advice to Young Professionals

At the latest meeting for the PRSA Phoenix New Pros Mentorship Program, Annelise heard from a panel of mid-career PR agency professionals. Find out what advice they offered young PR pros.
September 10, 2019

The Tale of Two Reputations

After a recent rift with Wells Fargo while trying to make change for a larger bill, Scott breaks down the importance of customer service and an example of who is doing it right.
September 9, 2019

#MediaMonday – Mark Curtis

In celebration of the Rocky Mountain Emmy Awards, we're spending the next several weeks spotlighting nominees and winners from across the Valley. To kick it off is Mark Curtis of 12 News.
September 6, 2019

Starbucks Cancels Subscriptions

As an avid newspaper supporter, Scott was disappointed to hear that Starbucks will quit selling hard copies of the New York Times in its stores, among other major publications. Read more about what this means for the future of the newspaper industry.