As lawyers, our task in our careers is like second nature: be the best possible advocate for the client. Many times, in the heat of the battle, you may receive a snarky e-mail or phone call from opposing counsel. You may receive a threatening letter, that in your mind, crosses the line from business to […]
Meryl Streep Trashes Trump At The Golden Globes – Should Celebrities & Businesses Tout Their Political Viewpoints?
Unless your targeted audience or customer based is endeared to particular set of political values, there’s no reason ever to publicly tout your political perspectives. In the short term, you may experience a feel good ego trip as one or more individuals praise you for expressing values similar to theirs. However, in the long term […]
Goldman McCormick PR Credited with Helping Nick Hillary Get Exonerated After Being Accused of Murder
“This morning I stood at the precipice of either spending the next fifteen years-to-life in prison or finally going home to my family. Goldman McCormick PR is a big reason why I’m going home to my family.” – Nick Hillary […]
Goldman McCormick PR’s efforts to help a Father of five wrongly accused of murder have resulted in his story being featured on the cover of the New York Times.
Seven Tips On A Successful Media Appearance If the thought of presenting your expertise to millions has ever crossed your mind, these tips below will give you a competitive edge when working with the press. Your success not only depends on what you’re able to do on air but, also behind the scenes. Show Up: Always […]
Should PR professionals express their personal points of view on Twitter?
Under no circumstances should a PR pro tweet their personal opinions. These thoughts can put the reputations of both your clients and your firm at risk. Prevalent in today’s America is the hyper-sensitive lynch mob that viciously tears, shames, and attacks its prey for using words depicted as racist, jokes seen as repugnant, or views perceived as offensive or radically different to those of the masses.
At one point in our lives, we’ve all been the victim of a Picasso-type BS artist. Whether it’s been a sales person, friend, date, politician, etc – our intellect accepted a lie as truth. It’s nothing to be ashamed of however, here are quick adjustments you can make to reduce your chances of getting BS’d by 80% of more.
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Dr. Oz To Go Supernova Over Rockefeller Center Taxi Heroics Ryan McCormick, a media relations specialist from Goldman McCormick PR is available for interviews. What Impact Will Dr. Oz’s Heroics Today At Rockefeller Center Have On His Career? RM – Dr. Oz is going into the stratosphere and we predict a huge spike his show […]
Our heart goes out to anyone aggressively seeking a position right now. We hope you’ll find a good job that pays you what your worth. Below is some quick advice that we hope can help your efforts. Never send your resume & cover letter to the HR department. In this economy, HR is already inundated […]