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communications, Crenshaw Communications, News, public relations, social media • March 16, 2021

Are You The Next Intern for Crenshaw Communications?

It is time for us to add an intern to our team! Are you a college student or recent grad looking to gain experience in a top B2B technology PR agency? Check out our job description and if this sounds like a fit for you, please send your resume to Colleen O’Connor (colleen@crenshawcomm.com). We look […]

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communications, Crenshaw Communications, media relations, PR Fish Bowl, time management • 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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Crenshaw Communications, ImPRessions, public relations • March 9, 2021

International Women’s Day: When Good PR Backfires

The tweet that launched a whopper of a PR backlash for Burger King on International Women’s Day wasn’t really that bad. The initial post from @BurgerKingUK read simply, “Women belong in the kitchen.” Clearly, it was meant to get our attention. What followed was a thread announcing a BK-backed scholarship program for female professional chefs […]

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Crenshaw Communications, ImPRessions, public relations, technology • March 4, 2021

Another Reason Tech Startups Need PR

For a new technology business, the decision to commit to a PR agency or in-house PR consultant is a consequential one. It’s also occasionally controversial. Celebrity entrepreneurs like Mark Cuban have warned ambitious startups against spending on an outside PR firm. Cuban sees PR spend as wasteful and premature for most early-stage companies. He figures […]

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communications, Crenshaw Communications, media relations, PR Fish Bowl, public 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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communications, Crenshaw Communications, News, public relations • February 25, 2021

Crenshaw Promotes Team Members

To kick off 2021, we are excited to announce two well deserved promotions. Caroline Yodice has been promoted to Senior Account Supervisor. Caroline has been a star in Crenshaw’s ad tech group for almost three years, driving very successful programs for LiveIntent, Lotame, Innovid, Boostr, and MediaRadar.  Her clients and coworkers value her hard work […]

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communications, Crenshaw Communications, PR Fish Bowl, public relations • February 23, 2021

In Praise of Trade PR For B2B Companies

All PR teams want to earn coverage in top-tier media outlets. Businesses looking to kickstart a PR campaign may shoot for stories in publications like The Wall Street Journal or New York Times. Naturally, this is because a splashy feature on these sites can generate instant visibility, and they reach a large audience. At the […]

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Crenshaw Communications, crisis management, ImPRessions • February 22, 2021

Post-Trump, Can We Bring Back The Apology?

When he caught heat for escaping the frigid Texas weather for a few days of R&R in Cancun, Senator Ted Cruz fell back on family excuses. He was just trying to be a good dad, he explained. He was dropping off the kids at the resort, implying that he never intended to stay. Allies jumped […]

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communications, creativity, Crenshaw Communications, media relations, PR Fish Bowl, public relations, social media, technology • February 10, 2021

10 Things To Know Before Dating a PR Pro

It’s Valentine’s Day, the traditional holiday for couples, and an occasion to show how much we appreciate the special people in our lives. Let’s face it – dating can be awkward and uncomfortable. Many PR pros have very strong, type-A personalities and can seem intimidating, especially on first dates. In honor of Valentine’s Day, here […]

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