Time flies when you’re…really busy? It’s hard to believe that I started KB Communications a little over a year ago. It’s been crazy at times, but so worth it. Along the way, I also learned a few things.
Weathering Hurricane Irma was nothing short of monumental for Watermark Retirement Communities’ three Florida communities. Following the storm, I worked with McKnight’s Senior Living to share their success and highlight their expertise.
So, you’re interested in working with a public relations team? Now comes the difficult part of selecting the agency or individual you want to manage your project. While working with an agency might seem like the best way to go, working with an independent PR practitioner can also have its perks.
Securing news coverage or “media relations,” is a key component in most public relations strategies. Whether you are looking to connect with industry peers or the local community, getting in the news can have a number of benefits for your organization or non-profit.
Small budgets can often keep nonprofits from leveraging the power of public relations. However, with a little know-how and a bit of resolve, even organizations with little or no budget can make their way into the local news.
New to the blogging world, Dr. Larry Saylor hired me to ghostwrite his blog and create a resource that would educate individuals about their dental health. See how this resource helped him to grow his practice and increase search rankings.
Not everyone is a Not everyone is a naturally gifted writer. But it doesn't take a degree in English to improve your writing and enhance your communication. Whether you are writing to investors or your in-laws, the following tips will help you communicate clearly and sound like a pro.
Tampa-based nonprofit BeHomebase formed in the summer of 2015 and needed a clear voice to share their message. After walking them through a strategic communications plan, I helped to define their message and recruit their first foster family.