Know Before You Go (A Closer Look at the Supportland Card)

The AM:PM PR team recently held one of its weekly PR 3.0 meetings at a spot close to our offices called Madison’s Grill. We likely would have picked this location anyway, due to its proximity and ability to accommodate large groups. But throw a free plate of delicious nachos into the mix for just checking in, and we couldn’t get there fast enough.

Blogging Up a Sweat

  Blogging fatigue can be much like workout fatigue, and keeping motivated is key. Fortunately there is a whole virtual world of motivation out there just waiting to be read and interacted with. For me, sometimes all I need to push forward are some encouraging words from a far-off, no-name stranger. Recently, I’ve found myself […]

We’re Better at PR Than “Finding Dates”

There’s nobody at home waiting for us so you can rest assured we’ll devote the time necessary to make sure your message is received by the right people.  In the second installment of our “We’re better at PR than…” videos, we give our best attempt at finding a date.

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Party planning – it’s a rough life, but somebody’s got to drink it

I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that planning a party is nowhere near as fun as the actual partying part of the party planning process. Depending on how hard you party, the aftermath can sometimes be even less fun than the planning. I’m not super into that whole “cleaning up […]

am:pm pr early logo illustration by Molly McCormick

Collaboration – We like it this way

When our team decided to spin out and start our own thing, we wanted everything to be new and we wanted everything to be “us.” Our most enjoyable and successful experiences had been through collaboration. From day one, we decided to collaborate on everything. We brainstormed our mission together. We decided on open office space where we would sit around one table, without offices that separated us from each other. We shopped for office furniture together and covered our walls in white boards for our many spontaneous brainstorms.

American's continue to spend more time on social networks

We’re Spending More Time on Social Networks

Facebook remains by far the most popular social media site. While its growth has slowed, the level of user engagement with the platform has increased. Other platforms like Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and LinkedIn saw significant increases over the past year in the proportion of online adults who now use their sites.

A Smarter House of Cards

I’ve never been one to bother with loyalty rewards programs even though I’d probably benefit from them considering my propensity for excessive shopping. But with the addition of a Smartphone to my life – and the creation of a free, user-friendly application like CardStar – I find myself toying with the idea of spending my […]