Have you felt a chronic sense of anxiety over the last 100 days? Has the last 100 days felt like 300? Does a feeling of dread come over you every time you see another “Breaking News” alert? Well, we might have just the thing for you. Come join us at am:pm PR this Thursday, April […]
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About Allison McCormick
Allison is an accredited public relations professional. She has earned international awards and recognition for her work with consumer and issue management clients. She has counseled clients in healthcare, education, natural resources, technology, manufacturing, land development, hospitality and nonprofit industries. She specializes in finding strategies that meet each client’s unique requirements and meet their communications objectives.
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Having just one video about your business or organization isn’t enough any more. Now you need a series. At our next two Speakeasy events, get tips from the team at Beyond Measure Media. Jay and Michele Pro secrets for powerful videos by Beyond Measure MediaCarter are award-winning video producers that specialize in telling documentary-style “stories from the heart” for businesses and nonprofits.
KGW’s Pat Dooris spoke to AM:PM PR’s Speakeasy group about what to expect if you have a story to pitch. These were his tips.
TEDx speaker, artist and corporate coach, Gary Hirsch, at AM:PM PR’s Speakeasy on involving your audience in what you do and make.
Modern media may require you or a client to be on TV. In most cases you only have a few minutes, or even a few seconds to make an impression and you don’t want to say the wrong thing.
Today’s customer service extends far beyond just the one-to-one relationship businesses have with their customers. Angry customers now have larger audiences.
After a cringe-worthy customer service call with Comcast went viral, KGW-TV asked AM:PM PR what it could mean for all businesses with customer service.
Borrowed from KDPaine & Partners Posted May 28, 2013 So, how much have you really learned over that four-or-so-years you spent in higher education? Below are 13 questions every new PR or communications school graduate should be able to answer. At least if you want to get a decent job in PR, social media, research […]
A blog post borrowed from The Washington Post on how Amy’s Baking Company presents great crisis communication lessons for anyone online.
We wanted a neighborhood on the Eastside where we’d found such great welcome and a strong presence of other creative influences and we found The Cyrk.