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.
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.
PDX hosted the first-ever International Cannabis Business Conference at the Convention Center and featured industry leaders, Congressman Earl Blumenauer and acclaimed blogger Andrew Sullivan.
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.
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.
SEO tips for writing great web content with ranking in mind. You should not only have a content strategy, but what you share should have value for reader.
PowToon allows you to easily become an animator and punch up your presentations by ridding yourself of boring powerpoints once and for all.
Manipulating the weather? Super speed? Telekinesis? Writing the world’s best press release. If you had a PR super power, what would it be? We offer tips for using your super power to get the job you want.
The first thing to know about Rudy’s is that it’s cool. If you’re looking for a serene, spa-like, salon where they serve bottles of Evian and play music by Kelly Clarkson or Taylor Swift, this is the wrong place for you.
Lunch is something we take very seriously here at AM:PM, and our neighborhood is full of some of the best food in town. At Papa G’s it was easy to forget about my carnivorous ways and truly enjoy one of the best lunches in a long time.
Don “Dirt” Williams is the man using his retirement for the good of beer drinkers everywhere. We highly recommend reading Dirt’s entertaining pub stories.
D.C. Rahe Editor In Chief of About Face will be stepping out on Thursday, June 26 to talk to us at Speakeasy at the AM:PM office in Southeast Portland