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09 Mar Is Twitter Still Good for Business?

This should be a shining moment for Twitter. Social media as a whole appears to be booming, as is evidenced by Snap’s mainly successful IPO. The growth of mobile devices (and lack of free time) has conditioned people to consume information in 140 character-size chunks....

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15 Jan The White House is on Snapchat

As I’m sure you’ve heard, President Obama gave his final State of the Union address this week. There’s a lot we could talk about from the President’s optimistic speech about the state and future of our country, but as we’re a tech PR blog with...

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22 Oct Listen Closely

Earlier this month I spoke to the Law Firm Media Professionals DC Chapter as part of a panel on using Twitter for PR. It was a really great experience, and I learned a lot from my fellow panelists, but the one thing I tried to...

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13 Aug 10 Tips for Live Tweeting Events

You know you work in PR when your camera roll is filed with live-tweeted pictures  Today I want to get into a feature of PR that is thrilling for some and terrifying for others: live tweeting. When you’re in tech PR it seems like every season is...

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30 Apr The Live-Streaming Showdown

It’s an epic battle, rivaling the intensity and ferocity of Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather. Alright, fine. Maybe that was a bit of an exaggeration. If you’ve been paying attention to social media news lately, you’ve probably seen a ton of buzz around two apps that seem...

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10 Dec Hopes and Dreams for 2015

The end of the year tends to make us all reflect a bit. We look back on the past 12 months, assess what we experienced and learned, and wonder what those things will translate into next year. I think that’s one of the reasons why predictions...

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22 Oct Takeaways from AUSA

Last week, thanks to our client Rapiscan Systems, I had the opportunity to attend the AUSA 2014 Annual Meeting and Exposition. If you’ve never attended AUSA, let me paint a picture for you. This event is massive. Every area of the convention center in DC...

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