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Webinar – Storytelling for Impactful Media Coverage

October 26, 2021

A stand-out article about your college or university can support rankings, retain faculty, help attract prospective students, boost the school’s reputation, differentiate against competitors, and much more. However, many higher education institutions struggle to source, pitch, and place these stories. Having effective communications processes and strategies in place can help secure these impactful feature pieces. […]

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A Surprising Source of PR Lessons

October 21, 2021

Group Gordon’s Hillary Wasserman finds surprising parallels and lessons from friends in higher education, television writing, animation, and medical research. One of my favorite parts of working in PR is that the more I learn about the world around me, the better I can be at my job. This applies to everything from reading news […]

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When to Undertake a Website Redesign

October 7, 2021

GGer Erin Gaffney outlines what a successful website looks like and how organizations can determine whether it’s time for a website redesign. An organization’s website is more often than not the first way that clients, potential partners, future employees, journalists, and competitors are introduced to an organization. A website is a reflection of your organization, […]

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How to communicate during commemorative months

September 23, 2021

GGer David Kang draws lessons from a PR crisis involving a Florida county’s Facebook post for National Hispanic Heritage Month and explains how to respectfully communicate during commemorative months. Commemorative days and months are meant to honor or celebrate an event, issue, or group. A county government in Florida recently showed us how NOT to […]

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PR Tips from a Tennis Player

September 3, 2021

Group Gordon’s Alison Berg serves up PR tips based on lessons learned on the tennis court. I’ve been playing tennis since I barely had the strength to hold up a racket. It’s a game of strategy, mental fortitude, and sportsmanship, and it’s a lot of fun! In watching the US Open this year with a […]

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5 times the media strategy should have been to stay out of the story

August 12, 2021

GG’s Jordan Miller shows why staying out of the media can often be the right media strategy. We live in a world where an ever-increasing amount of content must fight for space and attention on an ever-decreasing array of news platforms. With no straightforward formula to explain what goes viral and what doesn’t, or why […]

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