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Weber Shandwick Seattle Honored as Great Place to Work!

Weber Shandwick Seattle has been recognized as one of Seattle Business Magazine’s 100 Best Companies to work for in the state of Washington! We are #2 in the Large Companies Headquartered Outside Washington category. With more than 400 companies represented, this year’s competition had the largest number of entrants in its 21-year history. Congrats to […]

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Game Reviews: Don't Take It Personally

This week, game blogs and Twitter are buzzing about an incident that illustrates the tension that sometimes exists between PR professionals and reviewers. Earlier this week, the Redner Group, which had been promoting 2K Games’ new first-person shooter Duke Nukem Forever, was the target of backlash over a tweet that the agency posted saying: “#AlwaysBetOnDuke […]

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When in Rome….or London

I’ve worked at Weber Shandwick for more than five years and love many things about the agency. However, if I HAD to choose what I loved the most it would be the Opportunities, my Colleagues and the Global reach. Sorry, I couldn’t choose just one, so I’ll just combine it – and since there are […]

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Why Every PR Pro Should Subscribe to Copyblogger

Call him a pen master. Call him a writing guru. Call him a content king. Or, just call him Brian Clark (aka copyblogger). Self-described as a serial entrepreneur and a recovering attorney, Brian “empowers online writers and content producers to command attention, create engagement, and influence people.” In short, Brian runs a blog that everyone […]

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Seattle PR Pros Shed Light on Blogging Best Practices

They may not call themselves social media experts, but the panelists at this week’s PRSA Puget Sound event are about as close as you can get. The wine and cheese social “Blogging in the Public Interest” featured event panelists Matt Rosenberg, executive director of Public Eye Northwest, Katie McCarthy, senior media relations consultant for Group […]

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Social Media Breakfast: SMS or Die

SMS or Die. That was the message conveyed at the most recent Seattle Social Media Breakfast, held in Bellevue, Wash. on May 18, where Derek Johnson, CEO of Tatango, spoke about the various opportunities to incorporate SMS strategies as part of your marketing efforts. As the growth of mobile extensions of social networks like Facebook, […]

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We Are Hiring!

Attention Seattleites seeking new, exciting opportunities in the world of PR! Weber Shandwick Seattle is looking for people with various levels of communications experience to join our team. Ideal candidates should be well-rounded with experience in one or more of the following areas: Public relations Marketing Digital communications/social media Content development, etc. The agency welcomes […]

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From Across the Pond: Adventures of a PR Transplant

I once read that changing up your routine is a good way to keep the creative juices flowing, which is important in public relations. Well, I have to say my recent move from Seattle to work at the London Weber Shandwick office has changed, well really eradicated, my routine. For example, in Seattle every morning […]

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Blogging for the Busy Professional Part 1 – Where to Quickly Find Content Inspiration

If you’re like me on most days, there is no resource that comes close to being as precious as time. Deadlines, calls, meetings… it’s not uncommon for me to blink an eye and see that by some anomaly, it’s five in the afternoon and no longer nine in the morning. And like every other one […]

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