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.
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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.
Entries by Allison McCormick
Disney has topped itself. And everyone else. Check out http://monstersuniversity.com/edu/ and allow yourself to enjoy this genius level marketing brilliance
I can accept promoted Facebook posts from businesses because the service needs to pay for itself and the ads are really not that intrusive. But …
A restaurant owner in small town in Washington surely regrets sharing publicly that he pay his utility bill and blaming the local PUD on his woes. The reactions below demonstrate risks of outbursts for managers of a Facebook business page.
Like the students of online trends that we are, we’re always investigating what’s most popular and grabs the most attention online. Enter: cute animal.
The other day around the office, we were discussing what makes for a successful viral video. We hit upon the answer of “cute animals.”
How should a professional procrastinator with a long to-do list keep up on blog posts? Tips for getting posts written and maybe even enjoying the process.
Today a company’s bad decision can ignite an immediate firestorm that can spread across the interwebs as quickly as a tornado can ruin a city. Boards and CEOs in charge of such decisions should consider every possibility for backlash. Hindsight is always 20/20, but with enough of these examples in the past 12 months, I would expect that every organization would thoughtfully gauge the opinions of its target consumer before deciding on a new course that could permanently damage the brand.
Today is the strike against SOPA and PIPA. Many websites are blacking out and offering information about SOPA and PIPA and how to get in touch with your congressmen to tell them how you feel about this legislation. These bills would create Internet censorship laws more intrusive than Syria or China currently employ in their countries.