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Crenshaw Communications • October 4, 2022

How To Spot The Story: A PR Primer

In public relations, our job is to spot, shape, and communicate our client’s story. That task typically starts with an information session, often before the letter of agreement is signed. We download information and ask questions, probing for the key points of the narrative we envision will make the company stand out. So we may […]

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Crenshaw Communications • October 3, 2022

Crenshaw Team ‘Retreats’ To Washington D.C.

One huge benefit of working virtually is being able to bring on great talent outside our location in New York City. The downside, of course, is not being together in the same geography as often as we would like.  That’s one reason our entire Crenshaw Communications team traveled via plane, trains and automobiles to Washington […]

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Crenshaw Communications • September 15, 2022

How Industry Speaking Opps Drive Thought Leadership

While many people think that a PR agency’s responsibilities boil down to announcements and media placement, we can’t discount the power of thought leadership for business executives, especially for B2B companies.  Content is one of the engines for thought leadership, and there are many ways to get the story out, from posting on the company […]

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Crenshaw Communications • September 6, 2022

5 Reasons Not To Cut PR In A Recession

As any ad or PR agency knows, our budgets are vulnerable when the economy turns soft. We’re seeing it now. Facebook parent company Meta has warned of an advertising slowdown. Broadcast outlets and publishers also report headwinds, though the views are mixed. On the bright side, a Muck Rack study shows PR expenditures may rise […]

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Crenshaw Communications • August 30, 2022

How Strategic PR Supports Employer Branding

As the “Great Resignation” gives way to “Quiet Quitting,” worker engagement and employer branding is bigger than ever, and so is the PR that drives it. That wasn’t always the case. Time was, we’d have a full-blown PR strategy meeting, and employee recruitment would be in an internal comms section, reduced to a single bullet […]

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