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GUEST POST 2nd Installment By Jay Carter, Beyond Measure Media This post is borrowed from BeyondMeasureMedia.com Last time, we explored why the story your video tells is so important, and how a great video will always pass the “I Should Certainly Hope So” test. Today, we reveal the Secret #2: Sound quality. While video quality can […]
GUEST POST By Jay Carter, Beyond Measure Media This post is borrowed from BeyondMeasureMedia.com I have to admit, I was a little nervous when the team at AM:PM PR asked us to come into their office to present our “pro secrets for making powerful videos.” As a video production professional, the truth is, I was afraid […]
If you want to be quoted, say something colorful. (Reposted from The Guardian – January 13, 2016) The Oregon militia’s bizarre PR tactics – from dildos to Facebook videos Militiamen have attracted media coverage while occupying the Malheur wildlife refuge, but their disjointed social media messages have ‘created a big mess’ by Sam Levin […]
The High Road (reposted from Oregon Business Magazine – November/December 2015) BY AMY MILSHTEIN As CEO and owner of five different cannabis-related businesses generating a total net revenue of $2 million, Alex Rogers could sit back and ride the lucrative wave of Oregon’s burgeoning pot industry. But more than a pot entrepreneur, Rogers, 44, is firstly […]
U of O senior and Allen Hall PR Account Supervisor, Kati VanLoo, interviewed Pat McCormick for her blog – PR Parfait. We’re reposting and giving Kati two thumbs up.
Everyone has an audience. Do you know who your audiences are? What do you want them to learn from you? How can you influence them?
After the death of his best friend and lover Serala, Eli Hastings followed through on his promise: “If you die, I’m going to write a book about you.”
“Society’s Breakthrough” author, Jim Rough, was AM:PM PR’s Speakeasy guest. He has been actively reforming democracy across Europe and is a speaker and innovator of the “Dynamic Facilitation and Wisdom Council” seminar.
Late Lights by author Kara Weiss is a novella in stories has won two Indie Book Awards. Even with awards, authors face challenges promoting their books.