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Half of consumers say a company’s website design is crucial to their opinion of that brand

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The High-Care Score

Reputation Specialist Michael Toebe

One way to build character strength and in the process, build strength of reputation could be practicing and implementing a few steps that will help you be experienced by other people in a much more powerfully-positive way.

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6 ways to take advantage of podcasting as a growing PR platform

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Branding is the primary goal for public relations. Every company out there is looking to build relationships and trust with new audiences every day. They also look to strengthen these relationships by constantly reaching out to the audiences on various platforms.

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The Fine-Line Warning Sign

Reputation Specialist Michael Toebe

"Arrogance is an unhealthy ego in need of repair." Thomas Faranda Ego can ensnare us all, whether it be occasionally or habitually. Both habits are dangerous to human interactions, relationships (personal and professional), name and reputation health.

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Harness the Power of Influencers and Advocates

Learn how to find and use influencers and advocates to gain buyer's trust on your behalf.

Press Moves – Week of May 10

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Here you have it! The most notable journalist and media industry moves of the past week. USA AND CANADA Follow us on Twitter @Press_Moves News Media Daily Beast: Andrew M. Boryga (@borywrites) has joined as Justice Reporter, based in Miami.

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In a ‘feel-better’ economy, retail posed for fastest growth since 1980s

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As consumers get vaccinated and begin to feel more relaxed about getting out to stores, coupled with more businesses reopening and bringing employees back to work, the U.S.

COVID has magnified the importance of purpose and brand identity—is PR ready?

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On April 14, full page ads in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post declared: “We Stand for Democracy.” Signed by 107 CEOs of publicly traded corporations, the statement itself was essentially a generic endorsement of the right for all American citizens to vote.