Category: Taking Aim

Inspired by a quote from the most celebrated bow-and-arrow hunter of all time, our strategic approach lies in an emphasis on research. “Taking Aim,” offers a closer look inside the minds of Curley & Pynn’s strategic thinkers and our process to learn all there is to know about you and your stakeholders before ever letting an arrow fly.

Does Google Plus Confuse You?

by Vianka McConville How much do you know about Google Plus (G+)?  When posing the question to my peers, I tend to receive lukewarm answers indicati... Read More »

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Hearing is Not Synonymous with Listening

by Kim Taylor For those with unimpaired hearing, sound is just there … something that just sort of happens.  We probably spend more time trying to... Read More »

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How to Be a Lousy PR Practitioner

by Vianka McConville I don’t know everything about the communications industry and I don’t pretend to.  I still have much to learn (and think ... Read More »

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LinkedIn, Can You Spell “Assume”?

by Heather Keroes, APR Hopefully we all know the adage about assuming too much and what that does to you and me … but I’m uncertain that LinkedIn... Read More »

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Sometimes the Answer is No

by Dan Ward, APR, CPRC For those of us who work in public relations, “yes” is often a default position.  We’re trained to serve our clients,... Read More »

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