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Mos Eisely Spaceport, Tattooine (May 4, 2016)- One of my earliest memories is of watching Star Wars. To my innocent young mind everything about the galaxy far far away was black and white. Old Ben and Luke Skywalker were the architects of the shining city upon the hill and Darth Vader and his stormtroopers were undoubtedly heathens purposed only to destroy everything that is good in the universe.
Over the years I’ve learned you can’t be so steadfast in your opinions of right and wrong. Why was Darth Vader doing what he was doing? He was a pawn. His intentions seemed evil, but in his own way it was to restore order to the force. Not evil.
Darth would have drastically benefited from some simple PR. I get it guys, the dark side is actually pretty rad. There are so many perks … Read More »
In the last year Stacee Soter has taken P.F. Chang’s Yelp rating from 3 stars to 4 stars and helped the local company begin to overcome the chain restaurant stereotype during the latest foodie trend.
“Stacee is the type of operator that just “Gets it” and I knew that from our first conversation. Stacee’s key to success is her active participation in the consumer conversation happening on Yelp. Stacee is an incredible asset to our community and someone that every business owner should meet.” said Michael Tragash, Reno Yelp Community Manager.
I knew I had to meet her.
When I sat down with Stacee, I found that her tactics weren’t canned tips that every other blog has already covered. Here are the top 10 takeaways from our meeting:
1. Don’t Just Hear, Listen
Stacee learned through reviews, online forums, and … Read More »
Connor Christiansen joined the Bauserman Group as a Public Relations intern in May 2015. Connor focuses on writing press releases, coordinating interviews and, his favorite, posting to online community calendars. Occasionally, we let Connor break out of the intern corner and write for our blog. In honor of International Women’s Day, take a look at what his time in the office has taught him about gender in the PR industry .
PR OFFICE, Baus. (03/08/16)— Jon Hamm’s award winning run as Sterling Cooper’s macho-man Creative Director in AMC’s critically acclaimed Mad Men creates the false perception that the advertising industry is a boys’ world filled with lavish business trips and debauchery. Well it’s true. All of it… The force, the Jedi… Wait. Wrong movie.
Although Mad Men is amazing and righteously shed light on the less glamorous aspects of our … Read More »
Many of my friends have purchased a DSLR camera, only to realize their photos look no better than their smartphone photos, so why carry around a bulky DSLR? Here’s my top 5 tips for new DSLR shooters.
Megan had no idea her morning coffee run would turn into a portrait session
1. Buy a f/1.8 50mm prime lens, right now. It will be the best $100 (Canon) to $200 (Nikon) you’ve ever spent on photography gear.
Photo courtesy of Justus Blumer
I know, you have the 18-55mm (the “kit lens”) AND you bought the 75-350mm lens, so why would you want another lens that’s limited to only 50mm focal length? Because it’s the best bang for your buck to make that DSLR prove it’s worth over your iPhone. Your kit lens … Read More »
With the average Super Bowl commercial costing $166,666 per second, according to USA Today, advertisers did all they could to make every second count.
Some were cute, some were funny, some were sobering, some were just, well, bad (we’re looking at you, Jublia). Here were a few that made memorable impressions on our Co-Creative Director, Steven Aramini, and our PR Director, Jen Eastwood.
In the commercial, Drake (singing his hit “Hotline Bling”) is interrupted by marketing executives (of course!) with ridiculous requests to change the song. Whether you’re a Drake fan or not, his sincere “anything for the team” attitude makes an already hilarious spot even better. The spot reinforces T-Mobile’s “un-carrier” positioning and was funny without being lowbrow.
Coke made a mini-movie … Read More »