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media relations • April 8, 2021

Crenshaw Nominated for 2021 SABRE Awards North America

The Crenshaw  team is delighted to be nominated for a 2021 SABRE Awards North America. The 2021 North American SABRE Awards recognize Superior Achievement in Branding Reputation and Engagement from among more than 2,000 entries.  This year, we have been nominated in the Business-To-Business Marketing category for our work on behalf of the National Cybersecurity […]

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media relations • April 7, 2021

How To Onboard New Team Members – Virtually

Many businesses, especially PR agencies, are looking to expand their teams to accommodate a resurging economy and recovering business sector. Traditionally, onboarding for new employees would entail face-to-face meetings, all-company lunches and even an after-hours happy hour. In early 2021, this still isn’t possible. While things are heading in the right direction, most orientations will […]

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media relations • March 24, 2021

Three Ways To Change Up Your Social Media Strategy

Every PR team knows that social media is more than simply a nice thing for companies to have; it’s an imperative. Fifty-three percent of customers who follow a business are likely to be loyal to that business, and 63% of consumers who search for goods and services online are more receptive to those with an […]

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media relations • March 11, 2021

How Editorial Calendars Are Key To Great PR Campaigns

A successful PR campaign is a strategic one. That starts with planning earned and branded content around the schedules of target publications, as well as key dates, milestone events, and industry happenings. Planning is vital to successful pitching and one essential component is the humble editorial calendar. It’s the worst-kept secret in most PR firms.  […]

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media relations • March 4, 2021

Facts vs. Fluff: Are Opinion Pieces Dead?

In today’s oversaturated media and content world, the sheer amount of available news can be overwhelming, both for PR teams who navigate media needs and for those who consume the news. In fact, many consumers want to cut through the fluff and just get to the facts. One way of cutting that “fluff” is by […]

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