Through dedication to growth and a willingness to learn and implement new strategies, small business leaders can lift their companies to new heights.
In addition to public relations, a corporate communications manager — whether in-house or outsourced — pays attention to these items:
Video: Bellingham Tonight interviews Patti Rowlson about successful communications and PR during a pandemic
Bellingham Tonight, recently interviewed Patti Rowlson, for a Bellingham Now segment about PR and communications during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In times of uncertainty and chaos – and even in times when I’m simply looking for inspiration – I turn to this go-to resource: EntreLeadership.
Being in the public relations industry, I often find myself exposed to messages of anger and outrage in conversations that are happening online.
An entire decade of working alongside company owners, CEOs, department managers and other respected staff. So, onward we go with gratitude and appreciation.
A solid personal brand is a tremendously valuable asset that should be protected and developed. 7 ways to build your personal brand.
Using LinkedIn can help expand your network and build important relationships. Networking on LinkedIn can also increase the visibility of your business.
Personal branding is building your reputation and making sure others know what your strengths and skills are. Seven tips for establishing your personal brand:
Networking at business events can be a fun and effective way for local companies to build their brand, their brand and even generate referrals.
How can self-employed people run a business without running themselves into the ground? One answer is to make time to step outside, away from work.
Here are a few customer service tips to help ensure your existing customers are just as happy about your business as your new ones.
Writing, is more than just dumping words onto the screen and moving on. Good writing is an art, and it takes time and focus to do well.
Fear of failure is a thing. It’s a big thing! So few of us want to test and try new things, or change what we’re doing, because we’re afraid of failure.
Being able to confidently talk with others about your company, your products or services, and your industry is an important marketing tool.