Take a Hard Look in the Mirror at your Cyber-Self

July 6, 2015

Next in our series of blog posts from Group Gordon’s summer interns, Kasey Katz applies the lessons she’s learned in corporate PR to building a personal brand. 7.6.15 How much time does it take you to get ready for work? What about for a meeting? An interview? A date? When it comes to making a […]

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How to Be an Awesome Manager

June 25, 2015

Group Gordon’s Keith Barnish recommends four essential tips to follow to guarantee a successful manager-managee relationship. 6.25.15 Inspired by last week’s post offering tips for starting out in PR and recent articles relating to the perils of mean bosses, I began to reflect on my own first experiences being managed and managing someone else. Whether […]

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Starting Out in PR: 4 Tips to Follow

June 18, 2015

Group Gordon’s Kevin Maloney shares important advice for any new or aspiring PR professional to follow. 6.18.15 As college graduation season winds down, a new batch of interns, junior account executives, and associates are joining PR firms across the U.S. Like many new grads, I remember feeling both anxious and a bit uncertain when I […]

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PR and Advertising – What’s the Real Difference?

June 2, 2015

Group Gordon’s Anna Clark blogs about the features that distinguish PR from advertising. 6.2.15 According to an old business adage, “Advertising is what you pay for, and publicity is what you pray for.” While public relations (PR) and advertising both play key roles in promoting a company and its products or services, there are some […]

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Tom Brady should draw lessons from past fallen sports stars in DeflateGate response

May 8, 2015

Can Tom Brady save his reputation in light of the DeflateGate report? Group Gordon’s Michael Gordon spoke with The Boston Globe on what he should consider in his response.
As barbs fly, lucrative Brady brand put in peril

Say “No” to “No Comment”

May 5, 2015

Group Gordon’s Zigis Switzer blogs about the good, the bad, and the ugly of responding with “no comment.” 5.5.15 In public relations, interviews with the press are high stakes at high noon. Every bit of media training, talking point preparation, and story pitching comes down to the moment between a client and a reporter. These […]

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