Why Staying True To Your Brand Story Is Critical During A Crisis

The other day, I wrote a crisis communications strategy for the Trump White House.  It was the conventional crisis communications strategy that would normally apply for any Administration facing the issues that President Trump confronts.  Yet in another sense, he doesn’t need a conventional crisis communications strategy and if he followed one it would actually ..

#MelaniaTrump Speech – A Crisis Communications Lesson

The first night at the Republican Presidential Convention was supposed to highlight Melania Trump, Donald Trump’s wife and introduce the next potential First Lady to millions of Americans. Also it was hoped that Melania’s speech would start to soften the image of Donald Trump and allow voters a glimpse of the private man. With polls ..

What Businesses Can Learn From This Year’s Political Conventions – Social Media Is King

The 2016 political conventions are upon us.  Unlike political conventions of the past, the suspense is gone on who will be the nominee and no intense battles over party platforms are fought out at the conventions.  The political convention in this day and age is in many ways an infomercial for the presidential nominee and ..

Tips on Maximizing A Television Interview

Television interviews are a key component of any successful media relations and publicity campaign.  Business leaders, entrepreneurs, and authors all know the power of television.  Being featured on air as an expert is an excellent way to develop a following and earn instant credibility with target audiences.  Yet there is much more that can be ..

Brands Maximize Your Relevance In The Media

Today’s media world is 24/7, and reporters are hungry for breaking trends and stimulating story ideas. Pressure is high for brand communicators to create a steady stream of captivating stories. A major challenge is that not all news is the breaking kind — and sometimes there’s a drought of fresh information altogether. What’s a brand ..