From The Rock

Differing digital drops – what’s behind the strategy?

By | August 26, 2019

I’ve reached a point in my digital consumption where the options on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime and HBO GO no longer feel endless. I’m more interested in new season drops of shows in which I’m already invested. Within the past few months, three of my favorite shows released new seasons... Read More »

Do you remember?

By | January 13, 2015

Let’s play a quick game. Feel free to grab a pen and paper, open a word doc or just use your head, but take a few minutes and write down or try to recall the biggest news stories of 2013. Yes, 2013, not 2014. Go ahead; I will give you... Read More »

Ease In or Jump?

By | June 17, 2014

Whether I am relaxing by the pool or lying out on the beach, I always find it interesting to sit back and watch what method people choose to take the plunge into the freezing cold water ahead. Are you a jump-right-in/no-strings-attached type, or do you take the ease-right-in-until-completely-comfortable approach? Personally,... Read More »

Employee policies that build rapport

By | April 25, 2018

THIS BLOG POST ORIGINALLY RAN ON THE GREATER MEMPHIS CHAMBER WEBSITE. VIEW THE ORIGINAL POST HERE.  As we mentioned in our first post of this series, a business’s employees are its most valuable asset. As such, employers should work diligently to create policies that build up employees as individuals and a... Read More »

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 »

Everyone’s a critic: three organizations that let bad reviews get the best of them

By | September 04, 2019

Everyone’s a critic. With easily accessible review sites like Google Reviews, Yelp!, Glassdoor and several others at the tips of our fingers, it’s no surprise that frustrated people from all over the world are taking advantage of reviews on demand. With the relative ease customers have in voicing their opinions... Read More »

Favorite moments of 2017

By | December 27, 2017

When we asked our team to reflect on the last year, we were surprised that each of their favorite moments was unique and equally contributed to a great year for our firm. In January, Gracie became a full-time staff member. Her stellar work as an intern made her a must-have... Read More »

Gaining Traction on Twitter

By | December 30, 2014

Social media is one of the main ways people are getting their careers started, buzzing about their business, landing an interview and so much more. But sometimes, it is hard to gain followers and begin to be successful in the “Social Media World.” In the social media landscape, Twitter is... Read More »

Handling mistakes with grace

By | November 29, 2017

As public relations professionals, we strive for perfection (who here is a self-proclaimed perfectionist?!). We’re merely human, though, so expecting everything to turn out perfectly as planned is not based in reality. In fact, it’s often our own mistakes that cause campaigns, relationships and opportunities to sidetrack and go awry.... Read More »

Happy International Women’s Day!

By | March 08, 2018

In case you missed it, March 8 is International Women’s Day. As an office full of ladies, we thought it would be appropriate to celebrate by giving nods to women who inspire us. From singers to saints, the women on this list give us a lot to be proud of.... Read More »