Pushing the Boundaries of PR: Video Innovations and Content Creation

As the lines blur between PR firms, advertising agencies and content production companies, PR practitioners are tasked more and more often with creating multimedia content that is both engaging and innovative. Yet, for many in our profession, this is new and uncharted territory, one that easily offers as many opportunities for award-winning success as pitfalls […]

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Weber Shandwick Seattle Celebrates 2014 PRSA Totem Award Wins

At Weber Shandwick, we pride ourselves in consistently doing innovative and creative work for our clients. One way to showcase these efforts is via our participation in top industry awards. We are happy to say we’ve done very well so far this award season, with our most recent wins coming by way of the PRSA Totem […]

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Weber Shandwick Wins at PRSA Totem Awards

We’ve all heard the saying that all work and no play makes you a dull person, but at Weber Shandwick Seattle we are anything but dull. We work hard but also make time for celebrating! It’s so important to regularly take a step back from the routine hustle and bustle to celebrate successes, and other evening was a […]

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The Skinny on Making a Splash in PR: Don’t just Dip

Weber Shandwick Seattle is proud to bring back its intern blog post series that aims to help young professionals land and make the most of their PR agency internships. In our first series, interns gave the inside scoop on What They Didn’t Tell You about careers in PR. This time around, our rock star interns […]

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Weber Shandwick Recognized at PRSA Totem Awards

Hip hip hooray! Weber Shandwick and sister agency Current were excited to accept a 2012 Totem Award and two Certificates of Excellence at the PRSA Totem Awards banquet, held at Seattle’s ACT Theatre on February 9. A symbol of creativity and accomplishment for the PR industry, the PRSA Totem Awards honor the best public relations […]

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Networking is the Name of the Game

Last night, Scott Meis, Katie Traut and I headed to a University of Washington PRSSA meeting to give our “Brand U” presentation on personal branding. While our presentation was geared towards students about to graduate, the principles of personal branding are important at any point in a career. Brand Yourself or Someone Else Will When […]

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Key Takeaways from "How to Measure Social Media: Your Brand's Influence"

On Tuesday, I had the pleasure of attending a social media measurement session led by VP InLine Analytics Margot Sinclair Savell (@margotsavell), one of my favorite Weber Shandwickians (yes, that’s a real term in Weber World). Speaking to a full house, she didn’t disappoint. Presented by the Puget Sound chapter of the Public Relations Society […]

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Weber Rocks at PRSA Totem Awards

At Weber, the satisfaction of knowing we’ve done good work and exceeded client expectations is a reward in itself. But who’s to say we can’t enjoy a little 3rd-party gratification while we’re at it? Last night we gathered at the Seattle’s spanking new Hard Rock Café for the 2011 PRSA Totem Awards Ceremony, an event […]

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How Volunteering Can Enhance a PR Career

I’ve been volunteering regularly since college, most recently on the Puget Sound PRSA Holiday Gala and Jumpstart committees. In hopes that I inspire others, I’d like to highlight some of the ways that my volunteer efforts and work as an early career public relations professional have complemented each other. I created the following insights with […]

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