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25 Apr SpeakerBox Communications’ CEO Elizabeth Shea and COO Lisa Throckmorton are Recognized by Washingtonian Magazine as Two of the Top 100 Tech Titans

We’re  proud to share that our CEO Elizabeth Shea and COO Lisa Throckmorton were selected as 2017 “Top 100 Tech Titans” by Washingtonian magazine. The recognition coincides with the kick-off of SpeakerBox’s yearlong 20th Anniversary campaign, which celebrates the firm’s history and accomplishments—past and present. The award recognizes outstanding leaders...

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24 Mar How to Engage with Public Sector Editors

Yesterday’s Government Marketing University Market Chat LIVE! event featured a panel of public sector editors representing some of the leading government media brands. Below is a recap and some helpful hints from the speakers. Francis Rose, host of Government Matters, kicked off the event with a...

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10 Mar Meet Samantha Chavez: SpeakerBox Spring Intern

Samantha Chavez is a current senior at George Mason University and has currently joined SpeakerBox as part of our spring internship program. We couldn’t be happier to bring her on board and show her the ropes of PR before she graduates in December. Here’s a...

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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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28 Feb Join us for the Next TMA Event

We’re excited to share that the first TMA event of 2017 is rapidly approaching and this time TMA is teaming up with Constellation Research for our spring event  – a session led by tech marketing and sales operations executive Cindy Zhou. A former SVP of global...

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21 Feb 4 Tips to Help Your Content Stand Out

When used effectively, content marketing can be an awareness gem. This is no secret. In fact, according to MarketingProf’s, approximately 2 million blog posts are written every day. Therein lies the problem. With so much content being created, how do you stand out? For starters, make...

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14 Feb Four Reasons I Love Public Relations

Since it’s Valentine’s Day, I thought I would ask Sounding Board readers a simple question. Do you love your job? I’m not talking about the day-to-day tasks. I mean the things that really get you pumped up about the day ahead and the benefits – both large...

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11 Jan 2017 PR New Year’s Resolutions

Did you know that 41 percent of Americans are expected to make New Year’s resolutions this year? Yep, millions of us will commit to losing weight, improving our finances, becoming better people, yadayadayada. That’s all well and good (and I’m not immune – darn those last...

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23 Dec 2016 SpeakerBox Holiday Party

Hey, Everyone! It’s that time of year again. The time for eggnog, holiday lights, caroling, etc. But most importantly, it’s corporate holiday party season. We’ve been working long days to get everything we possibly can wrapped up (pun intended) before the year ends, and we...

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22 Dec Why the CMO’s Job is Harder than Ever

This month, the CMO Council and Deloitte published a report entitled “The CMO Shift to Gaining Business Lift,” which examines the changing role of the CMO. Interestingly, consulting firm Spencer Stuart published a report on a similar topic earlier this year and indicated that the...

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21 Dec Seven PR News Sites You Should Follow in 2017

With all of the discussion around fake news over the past few weeks, it’s important to feel confidence in the sites you’re relying on for information. Luckily for us communications professionals, we have a variety of good and reputable news sources that cover our industry. As...

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30 Nov 5 Twitter Tips For Conference Attendees

Companies spend thousands of dollars to attend or sponsor conferences, and one of the best ways to recoup those costs is by dominating social media channels – particularly the “Twittersphere” – during the show. Twitter should be your highest-priority channel for a number of reasons,...

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03 Nov So, We Going to Mars or Nah?

Imagine the worst place on Earth. You got it in your head? Okay, great. What'd you pick? Some place in Indiana, right? Nah, I’m just kidding ya -- I mean Indiana is obviously terrible, but you probably picked some place like the South Pole. Frigid temperatures. Gale-force winds....

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31 Oct Behind the Scenes at Government Matters

One of the best and most challenging things about working in PR is that every part of our job is constantly changing. Whether it’s the tools we use, the clients we serve or the way we deliver information, something is always changing. Realizing this, we put...

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