Your client thinks his startup is the greatest thing on earth. Your client is wrong. But who really cares? When it comes to “getting press” a startup chief has to be ready to take on all comers. That’s part of the problem with being a startup. The founders think it’s the best bread since sliced–and have the […]
Here we are, in the one of two months where we are actually supposed to work. Funny, right?
There’s a new bad pitch that’s taken over the Interwebs. It’s called “Vote for Me.”
Empathy may be a result of feeling like your actions won’t mean anything. But with citizengulf, the smallest action, attending a meet-up, a small donation or even voting in a Pepsi Refresh contest impacts the families affected by the oil spill.
On August 25, events are planned in cities around the country to benefit families devastated by the BP oil disaster and Hurricane Katrina.
On August 25, 2010, RLM CEO Richard Laermer and Geoff Livingston will be co-hosting a benefit dedicated to educating the children of fishing families so they can find a new way of life.
As RLM approaches our 20th birthday—in March, so send cards—we have gained lessons that have brought us through many hard times
Handpicked by RLM to be part of their new and fantastic global network, UK based Voice Communications is a group of expert PR practitioners who offer a no-nonsense approach to communications, stripping away the pretension from PR.
RLM’s Australian partner, CP Communications, has a blog that is, frankly, one of the most useful we’ve ever seen—and we’ve seen a lot of them! Catriona Pollard takes a no-nonsense approach to communications that applies as much in Sarasota as it does in her home town of Sydney. Excerpts from the blog are below, but […]