From The Rock

Everyday editing and writing reminders

By | February 26, 2020

While each day in the life of PR professionals varies, one thing always remains constant amid the flux of meetings, calls and tasks – writing! Writing is the foundation of our career, and a strong base is required for steady growth. To help you stay on track,  here’s a list... Read More »

Fun PR takeaways from the 2020 Oscars

By | February 12, 2020

Every year when the Academy Awards ceremony rolls around, you’ll find me in the comfort of my bed ‒ well prepared with delicious takeout and my Twitter feed rolling with Oscar commentary. And while Sunday’s show earned the lowest ratings EVER in the program’s history, I loved (mostly) every minute... Read More »

How to maintain relevance throughout your entire performance season

By | March 04, 2020

For public relations professionals, campaigns for product launches typically have a similar routine leading up to their release date. We work to build consumer excitement with a goal of achieving impressive sales at the launch, but afterward, we quickly wrap up and move on to another campaign. Season-long campaigns, whether... Read More »

Obsidian’s 5th Annual PR 180° Project is Under Way!

By | November 30, 2015

FIVE years! Can you believe it? We’re so excited to kick off our Fifth Annual PR 180° Project. We’re giving two organizations six months of free PR (which is about 180 days), and they’re sure to make a 180-degree turn in terms of their PR successes because of our counsel and... Read More »

Our favorite ways to keep up with the news

By | March 18, 2020

With the ever-changing news cycle, it can be hard to stay on top of the latest news. It doesn’t help that there are so many news channels to consume that it can seem overwhelming. Whether you’re looking for a deep dive into the news or a quick read while you’re... Read More »

The baby in the king cake: finding your unique proposition

By | February 19, 2020

A few weeks ago, my husband, our two daughters and I cut into a king cake. We found a pink baby and learned — (not really a) SURPRISE! — we’re having a third baby girl. Learning our new baby’s gender with a king cake during the Mardi Gras season was... Read More »

The one where OPR shares their fave TV show – What’s our team bingeing at the moment?

By | March 11, 2020

With so many options on streaming platforms these days, it’s hard to pick just one show to watch at any given moment. If you’re like me, then you’re easily overwhelmed by the amount of shows, genres and platforms  to choose from – the options are ENDLESS. To help narrow down... Read More »

The PR 180° Project is underway

By | December 07, 2015

Voting has started for this year’s PR PR 180° Project! Visit our Facebook page and Instagram account (@obsidianpublicrelations) to cast your vote for one of these 12 participants: Camp Conquest | Calvary Rescue Mission | Binghampton Christian Academy | Alzheimer’s Day Services | Vollintine Evergreen Neighborhood School | Lowenstein House | Knowledge Quest |... Read More »

Three PR lessons from 2019 crises

By | January 22, 2020

Take a look through Obsidian’s blog in the crisis category, and you’ll find nearly 40 posts on how to plan for, manage and rectify crisis situations or issues. Crises are a part of life for PR firms so we’re never surprised when another strikes. Whether that’s three times in one... Read More »

Tips to set (and crush) your 2020 career goals

By | January 15, 2020

Hello, 2020! As we head into a new year – and a whole new decade – I’m sure we’re all resolving to make some changes personally and professionally. What steps are you taking to actually achieve your career aspirations this year? As PR folks, you know we don’t do anything... Read More »