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Meet the Media – Moya Stone

  Meet Moya Stone, a freelance journalist specializing in fashion and writer for Examiner.com and fashion blog – OverDressed for Life.   Q. My top story for today?    A. Last year I wrote a feature for the San Francisco Chronicle about a period costume event called Gatsby Summer Afternoon produced by the art Deco Society of […]

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Put a Stop to Your Facebook Blunders

Useful Privacy Settings Every Facebook User Should Know Keely Garibaldi here, account executive at LCI. Thinking back to circa 2005, I was one of the lucky ones—I was among the generation of college students who had elite access to the unknown universe called Facebook.  Speaking for my peers, I don’t think any of us appreciated […]

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Meet the Media – Nicole Grant at The Bold Italic

Meet Nicole Grant, a producer at TheBoldItalic.com. The Bold Italic is the place Bold Locals write about their experiences behind-the-scenes with San Francisco’s makers, merchants, foodies, techies, and quintessential characters, and encourage you to follow in their footsteps. 1.       What’s your top story for today? Our top story recently was a great cultural commentary piece […]

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Counterblog: 10 signs you are NOT cut out for public relations

Today’s blog post comes from Stephanie Lough, Account Coordinator at HMA Public Relations, the Phoenix affiliate for the Public Relations Global Network, our global consortium of independent public relations agencies.  I read a blog post about public relations this morning that upset me. I admit, I get a tad defensive when it comes to my occupation, and down –right […]

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LinkedIn: It’s Not Just for Job Seekers

Today’s blog post comes from Jim Licko, Senior Director of Accounts at Ground Floor Media, the Denver affiliate for the Public Relations Global Network, our global consortium of independent public relations agencies. We asked his opinion on the significance of LinkedIn. Two comments in the past week got me thinking about one of the most […]

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