Explaining Domestic Violence

Domestic violence is a complicated social issue. By using statistics visually, you can tell a simpler story in an infographic. Here’s one we used to explain a $50,000 HopeLine grant from Verizon. We show how the money will be spent for Hoosier families in

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Twitter Tips and Tricks for 2015

Twitter Tips and Tricks for 2015 Engage:  There are 5 million Tweets are posted every day! RT people who are using your hashtag Get your colleagues to RT your content Pick a unique hashtag to your brand Use DataMinr to check your Twitter

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2015 Public Relations Adjustment

Wanted: 2015 Public Relations Adjustment The start of a new year is always a good point to ask your clients – how can I help and what could we be doing differently in public relations? Many people are afraid to ask or even

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Pitching Media: I hate it when …

Having trouble with media and media coverage? Maybe it’s your own fault. If you don’t know how to approach media, here’s some insight from our media friends about what they like – and what they don’t like. It’s all about the pitch. And

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Thank a Reporter

Thank a Reporter Today When a reporter hits a home run, say so. Comprehensive stories with context are more difficult to report than ever in our nanosecond-obsessed world. Occasionally, just say thanks — for no reason. It’s a tough job, with awful hours

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Crisis Communications at IU

When you’re as big as Big Red (aka Indiana University), there’s limited worrying about brand recognition. But crisis communications? That’s another matter. Indiana University’s Mark Land spoke at the Hoosier PRSA luncheon recently in a brief give-and-take with Inside Indiana Business Host Gerry

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