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SOCIAL MEDIA MADE EASY?

  Nothing’s ever easy right?  Wrong.  There are ways to ease into social media without it taking up your entire business life.  Here at LCI, we create and implement social media programs for our clients every day, and yes, many of them are multi-faceted.  But if you just want to dip your toe into the […]

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Five Reasons Why Companies Should Not Block Employee Access to Social Networks

We’re delighted to share B.L. Ochman’s great post on why companies should allow access to social networks for their employees! You can read more from B.L. here.   Five Reasons Why Companies Should Not Block Employee Access to Social Networks Last week, a client told me that they don’t allow employees to access YouTube at […]

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Salinger’s Lessons for PR

We’re pleased to share a great post by Melissa Connerton of CooperKatz , our New York PRGN partner: I was speaking with a friend recently regarding the passing of author J.D. Salinger.  His initial comment – “How would anyone ever know?” – was both facetious and understandable.  Notorious for guarding his privacy, Salinger is the […]

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Red is More Than Just a Color

Jordana here: LCI’s brand-new Account Coordinator. Last week, I received a last-minute invitation to attend the 2010 American Red Cross Foundation’s annual “Paint the Town Red Gala,” which took place on March 6th, 2010. A very last-minute invitation, indeed. Although it was great to receive the invite, the Gala’s theme presented a huge dilemma. I […]

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Nurturing a Lifelong Love of Reading

Greetings to all from Caroline Craig, Senior Counselor, Client Relations at Landis Communications.  Inspiration for my first LCI blog comes from my parents, and good friend and colleague, Judy Rowcliffe. I love to read. I’m the daughter of voracious readers. You can be born to readers – nature – but inspiring a love of reading […]

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