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5 PR Tips For Entrepreneurs

Catriona Pollard | Posted 06.22.2016 | Business
Catriona Pollard

Every entrepreneur will tell you that it takes hard work and persistence to be successful. In addition to loving what you do, continually learning fro...

Reputation Control Equals Cyber Security

Alan W. Silberberg | Posted 06.22.2016 | Technology
Alan W. Silberberg

The Internet can be an upside down, sideways kind of place when your own Reputation is at stake. Topsy-turvy doesn't even begin to cut it when your pe...

Video Marketing and Brand Reputation. The Wishmaker Meets Web Manager Mauro Perrella

Simonetta Lein | Posted 06.09.2016 | Media
Simonetta Lein

I am very honored to have the web marketing guru Mauro Perrella back here with me. He's an international web manager with long-standing, extensive exp...

'My Husband Told Me He Was Going To The Store And He Simply Never Returned'

Eden Strong | Posted 06.13.2016 | Divorce
Eden Strong

It's really hard to feel alive when your heart has been ripped out of your chest and you become suffocated out by all the people who are trying to cram themselves into your life.

Has Donald Trump Become the Poster Child for Entertainment Public Relations?

Dick Guttman | Posted 05.19.2016 | Media
Dick Guttman

Has Donald Trump become the poster child for entertainment public relations? To the denigration of real PR pros, yes. None us escaped awareness of t...

How to Spot A Liar With One Word

Doug A. Sandler | Posted 04.26.2016 | Business
Doug A. Sandler

I guess my mom says it more eloquently. "He isn't lying, he handles the truth recklessly." Statistically, we are exposed to over five thousand marketing messages a day. How do we know who to trust?

6 Important Qualities All Great Leaders Should Have

Harmel S. Rayat | Posted 04.21.2016 | Business
Harmel S. Rayat

There are no shortcuts to anything in life. And if you think there are, you're in for some very tough life-lessons. Life isn't about possessions or money. It's about people. It's about working hard because nothing worth having will be handed to you.

Social Proof for Job Search Success: Linked(In) to Your Resume

Susan P. Joyce | Posted 04.17.2016 | Business
Susan P. Joyce

Creating social proof doesn't require spending 10 hours a day dumping content and comments on every social network available. Spend time carefully creating solid content on LinkedIn and the other social networks appropriate for you and your career.

The Reputational Cyber Security of the #Panamapapers

Alan W. Silberberg | Posted 04.06.2016 | Business
Alan W. Silberberg

The Panama Papers as released this past week are a really huge data dump, in fact one much larger in scale than that of Wikileaks, and the largest to ...

5 Ways to Ruin Your Reputation in Business

Lisa Larter | Posted 03.30.2016 | Business
Lisa Larter

There are five ways to ruin your reputation in business that you need to avoid. These mistakes are reputation killers, destroying your credibility and taking away people's desire to do business with you.

How Office Drama Can Kill Your Career

Diane Passage | Posted 03.30.2016 | Healthy Living
Diane Passage

Get judged for your work performance and motivated attitude instead of negative activity. Be a leader and standout for your positivity, participation as a team player and encouraging good office morale.

Communicating: You Have the Right to Remain Silent

Jeffrey Sharlach | Posted 03.28.2016 | Business
Jeffrey Sharlach

Sticks and stones may indeed break your bones but was it ever really true that "words will never hurt you?"

Defamation of Character: The Road to Emotional Meltdown

Nicholas Carroll | Posted 03.22.2016 | Impact
Nicholas Carroll

For two years after the publication of Fighting Slander, I thought that my readers were unhinged. I received deranged emails that looked like ransom l...

The Olympics May Be Bad for Your Civic Health

Brad Hecht | Posted 03.17.2016 | Sports
Brad Hecht

Whenever the bidding process to serve as a host for the Olympics begins, cities around the globe are quick to throw their hats into the ring, eager to take advantage of the acclaim and status that comes with hosting the quadrennial games.

Why You Don't Need A Personal Brand

Joanne Tombrakos | Posted 02.22.2016 | Business
Joanne Tombrakos

You don't need a personal brand. Yes, I did just write that. Me, who among other talents and skills, include personal branding expert in their port...

Give Without Giving In

Maria Ploumaki | Posted 02.19.2016 | Business
Maria Ploumaki

Last week I attended an event of the Oxford and Cambridge Club of Zurich where Guy Spier, head of the Aquamarine Fund, gave a talk at Bloomberg. Guy ...

After Scalia: A More Collegial Court?

Tom Ginsburg | Posted 02.15.2016 | Politics
Tom Ginsburg

Without a doubt, the passing of Justice Scalia means that we will have a Supreme Court that is less entertaining. A more boring court, however, might not be such a bad thing for American law.

When it Comes to Reputation, Judgment Trumps Algorithms

Chris Komisarjevsky | Posted 12.29.2015 | Impact
Chris Komisarjevsky

Reputation defies a formulaic approach. Protecting, rebuilding or mitigating risk to reputation -- whether a proactive initiative or one following a crisis -- does not come in a neat, data-driven box, with a clear-cut solution, mapped out for all to see.

10 U.S Cities So Stunning, You'll Feel Like You're In Another Country

trivago | Posted 12.10.2015 | Travel
trivago

Reviews give us the best restaurant recommendations, lead us to the best buys -- even the best neighborhoods to live -- and when you're checking into a hotel, they're also the best way to make sure you're getting exactly what you want to book.

Press Agents of the World, Arise... An Excerpt From 'Starflacker: Inside the Golden Age of Hollywood'

Dick Guttman | Posted 11.12.2015 | Entertainment
Dick Guttman

Once upon a time a film that dare not speak its name ("The Sweet Smell of Success") cast an evil spell upon all press agents, decreeing that they should dwell and devise forever under a cloud of skepticism about the ethics of their craft.

Separating Art From The Artist

Quora | Posted 11.11.2015 | Arts
Quora

Artists are not a monolithic group. Many throughout history have courted celebrity. In the days when all art was commissioned, the more famous (or notorious) you were, the more likely it was that you could become the court painter, or get commissions for portraits.

How to Go Negative and Stay Positive

Alan Kelly | Posted 10.29.2015 | Business
Alan Kelly

Corporations, currently neutered by happy-talk policies and love-me-babe consultants, would be wise to study their options. Competing through communication is not a choice between doing nothing (a Pass) and criticizing an opponent (a Call Out).

How Snapchat Shed Its Sexting Reputation

Mona Kosar Abdi | Posted 10.12.2015 | Business
Mona Kosar Abdi

Snapchat is a prime example of how important it is for a company to clearly identify its message and then stay consistent. From the start, the founders positioned Snapchat as the antithesis of popular social media sites where users can leave behind a potentially haunting digital footprint.

How Strategy Does (and Doesn't) Explain Influence

Alan Kelly | Posted 09.25.2015 | Business
Alan Kelly

As described by Ovans, strategy was born out of a fascination for competition, rules of supply and demand, and an obsession for the price and pricing of hard assets. It should now focus its curiosity on the soft assets that dominate and drive the markets of all things digital.

Stop Imitating, Start Creating

Lisa Murray | Posted 09.02.2015 | Business
Lisa Murray

If you really must copy something, don't institute the exact idea. Create something brilliant that is 3 − 5 steps beyond the original idea! Playing leapfrog is way more fun!