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Lunar New Year: Meaning and Traditions

By Gus Nodal, Media Relations Manager Happy Lunar New Year! Last week, about 1.5 billion people around the world welcomed the Year of the Dog. Lunar New Year is about spending time with family and friends, feasting on foods with symbolic meanings, gift-giving and good wishes. Lunar New Year celebrations began on February 16 and […]

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It’s Time to Rethink the Request for Proposals Process

By Aaron Blank, CEO of The Fearey Group, our Public Relations Global Network (PRGN) partner in Seattle   As a large-scale company, a not-for-profit or a startup brand, let’s say you’re interested in contracting with a new PR agency. Perhaps you’re looking for a fresh perspective or preparing to take that fledgling step into the […]

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7 Tips for a Client Service Company

David Landis has been in the PR game for a long time – we recently celebrated our 25th anniversary at Landis Communications! Although many things have changed in the industry over the years, one thing that has remained constant is the importance of client relationships. David took some time this week to share his top […]

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Mx Darrow, multimedia journalist as KGUN-TV (ABC) Tucson

Meet the Media: Max Darrow, multimedia journalist at KGUN-TV (ABC) Tucson

Max Darrow is a multimedia journalist at KGUN-TV, the ABC affiliate in Tucson, Arizona. Max took a few minutes out of his schedule to give us an insight into his work. Without revealing any secrets, can you tell us what types of stories, trends or issues are on your radar now? The stories on my […]

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Crystal Ball

The PR Crystal Ball for 2018

By David Landis, President David is a panelist on an upcoming Bulldog Reporter webinar about PR in 2018. Join him at 9 a.m. PT on Wednesday, January 24th. Register here. Living in San Francisco, one of my favorite places to visit is the Golden Gate Fortune Cookie Factory in Chinatown. You walk down a non-descript […]

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5 Steps to Prepare for Facebook Algorithm Changes

By Chris Guizlo of The Fearey Group, our Public Relations Global Network (PRGN) partner in Seattle I sat down with Audrey Tanberg, Senior Social Media Strategist at The Fearey Group, to discuss the upcoming Facebook algorithm changes along with 5 steps businesses can take to prepare for them. You can listen to the podcast here or […]

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A client turns 100

Client Save the Redwoods League turns 100

Client Spotlight: Save the Redwoods League celebrates its centennial By Ashley Boarman, Account Supervisor Save the Redwoods League is a nonprofit whose mission is to protect and restore redwood forests and connect people to their peace and beauty so these wonders of the natural world flourish. Established in 1918, the League is celebrating its centennial this year! […]

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Best 2018 New Year Resolutions

Achievable New Year’s resolutions

This January, the LCI staff reflects on their personal and professional resolutions for 2018.   David Landis: David wants to learn more about artificial intelligence and how it can be leveraged for communications efforts on behalf of LCI’s clients. The travel bug bit David long ago and he enjoys jet-setting around the world. In 2017 […]

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Is change constant in PR?

How is Public Relations Changing?

    By Brianne Murphy Miller, director at Landis Communications Inc.   Public Relations Global Network (PRGN) was founded 25 years ago to expand local knowledge and to discover how to best serve clients in multiple markets. Like-minded independently owned and operated firms gathered together to share best practices, win worldwide business and enjoy the camaraderie […]

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How has Facebook developed?

Is Facebook becoming Irrelevant?

    By Sarah Mason, Account Coordinator & Office Manager   As newer social platforms rise in popularity, such as Snap and Instagram, many speculate that Facebook is on its way out. Using Facebook when it launched was a very different experience than it is today. It used to be a place solely for photo […]

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