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We start by exploring your goals, whether it’s raising your company’s profile, making a splash with a new product, enhancing your expertise in front of your target customers or building online communities. We do a lot of that — exploring, raising, splashing, enhancing — along with a whole lot of other smart tactics designed to get you noticed, build your reputation and drive sales. Our goal is helping you achieve yours.

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In media relations, it’s a long road from “send” to success Picture of Megan Semmelman

Today, media relations is as challenging as ever, which makes the successes even more fun to celebrate. There are few things better than seeing a client on TODAY or being able to flip through a magazine in the grocery store and see your handiwork right before your eyes. We’ve shared...

The art of the opinion Picture of Sean Ryan

So, you have an opinion.  Placing that opinion, often called an Op/Ed (which originally meant opposite to the editorial page in a newspaper), is easier said than done, as I wrote a while back. Consider that the New York Times receives about 2,000 submissions per week. That’s right, several hundred a day....

New THP Client: Connexions Loyalty Picture of Jon Newman

We are very proud to announce a new assignment from one of Richmond’s premier companies, Connexions Loyalty. With a large workforce in Richmond and 800 associates worldwide, Connexions Loyalty manages some of the world’s largest customer-loyalty programs, delivering more than $2 billion in rewards and incentives annually. The integrated public...

Quince de Mayo: HodgePodge for May 15 Picture of Tony Scida

For the office leg-shakers From NPR, in defense of fidgeters: “When I tell a kid, ‘Sit down, don’t move, stop tapping, stop bouncing,’ the kids are spending all their mental energy concentrating on that rule. And that doesn’t allow them to concentrate on what we’re asking them to do, which...

Lessons learned from #PRfails in pitching

Ten percent of social media users complain daily via a status update, tweet or other public communication, according to a study from VentureBeat.com. My guess is that number would be a lot higher if we posted a status update every time we considered complaining; sometimes discretion wins, and mumbling to...

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