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.


Holiday Style

by Kim Taylor I’m an AP Style nerd and I love the holidays, so naturally yesterday’s holiday-inspired AP Style chat (#APStyleChat) on Twitter i... Read More »

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What Says Thanksgiving Better than a Limerick?

by Dan Ward, APR, CPRC We often challenge our team to limerick contests, a fun way to sharpen our writing skills by focusing on the importance of w... Read More »

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Pitch with a Purpose

by Vianka McConville This article in The New York Times reminds us to pitch with a purpose as a PR practitioner. Reporter, David Segal, details... Read More »

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Class Act

by Roger Pynn, APR, CPRC I wrote yesterday about a headline debacle in the Orlando Sentinel.  It could have been any newspaper in the country toda... Read More »

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Is There An Editor in the House?

by Roger Pynn, APR, CPRC The purpose of newspaper headlines is to capture reader attention … to target reader interests by telling them briefly w... Read More »

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