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Quick Guide to Effective Crisis PR

Much has been written about Crisis PR, rife with examples of doing it wrong or doing it right. I often get asked to provide a quick reference for managing challenging public relations situations. Keep in mind that  “public” doesn’t mean “the public” as a whole, but rather represents the group of people or institutions who […]

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Relevant Content Matters. Or So I’ve Been Saying…

Evidently, I’ve been saying it often since I started writing this blog almost three years ago. The above graphic is a wordle created from the rss feed of my blog. There’s no way to date-limit or post-limit the data pulled… what’s in the feed, or what you enter into a text block provided (handy if […]

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Coming to Oklahoma — Women’s Empowerment Series business conference

UPDATE: This conference is still coming to OK, but will be making its debut in the Spring of 2012 with a more intensive format and open to both men and women. Watch this updates as we firm details! — Mandy   The name is actually misleading, I think… because the conference isn’t really about getting […]

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Sleeping With the Fishes… Or, Event Planning and PR Lessons

No, I wasn’t up for a mob hit (that I know of, anyway). I spent Friday night at the Oklahoma Aquarium in Jenks, OK with my 7-yr-old daughter and 224 other Eastern Oklahoma Girl Scouts. Plus some other moms and leaders of course… altogether, about 300 of us were present for a night of adventure and discomfort. You […]

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What Drives Your Digital Engine?

I live a digital life. I don’t mean that I’m involved in digital media, though I am (hey, you’re reading this, right, and you probably got here via Facebook, Twitter, or Google). I mean that my first instinct to discover, research, connect or share now involves digital platforms. Cases in point: I saw a tweet […]

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On Getting Fired

If you’ve been there, you know it stinks… and sometimes the worst of it isn’t the financial difficulty, it’s the confidence shattering, ego body blow that does you in. While I own my business so I can’t technically “get fired,” it feels very much the same when a client decides to go another route and […]

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Fanning the Flame in Tulsa

At Ignite Tulsa last month, I talked about “Why Passion Doesn’t Change Anything.” I wanted people to come away with the idea that passion, by itself, doesn’t accomplish change, or make love true, or make you money. In other words, don’t be passionate; be effective. And now, those of you out there (and you know who you are) who have an idea, a passion, a… something you know can succeed, have your chance to go be effective.

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