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Archive for July, 2016

Philadelphia – Complex, Historic and Beautiful – Welcomes the DNC to Town

Posted on: July 28th, 2016 by Staff

–Anne Buchanan The Democratic National Convention’s selection of Philadelphia for its historic convention this week is no accident. A city often overlooked between the towering shadows of New York City and Washington, D.C., Philadelphia offers convention-goers and watchers a unique experience. For starters, its historical pedigree is second to none. The fifth largest city in […]

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Happy Campers: What We Learned at WordCamp NYC 2016

Posted on: July 21st, 2016 by Staff 1 Comment

–Anne Buchanan and Jon Ericson This past weekend, the two of us had the opportunity to attend WordCamp NYC 2016, a gathering of WordPress users and developers from all over the world. The two-day conference was held at the U.N., which was a mighty cool venue for an equally cool event. The conference had two […]

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Networking in Normalville

Posted on: July 19th, 2016 by Staff 2 Comments

– Kate DiBiase Within minutes of leaving home, I merged with caution, too much caution, to the point that I was almost creamed by a truck that had no intention of moving out of my way. My drive to Philly was stressful, clearly visible by my white-knuckles and flexed, 90 degree arms. Normalville, PA: population […]

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Public Relations During Times of Tragedy

Posted on: July 12th, 2016 by Nicole Lasorda

One thing I’ve learned in my 15+ years of PR is that as professionals, we’re skilled at changing our focus at the drop of a hat. Sometimes it’s necessary to go from pitching a feel-good story to crisis mode in a matter of seconds. But during times of tragedy it can be hard to know […]

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The Many Shades of PR Professionals

Posted on: July 5th, 2016 by Staff

– Maggie MacDonald Like many of my college classmates, I live with constant apprehension about the future. We worry if we’re choosing the right major and whether our career choice will lead to professional success and personal satisfaction. I decided on Public Relations, thinking it was a good fit for someone like me who likes […]

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