Gillette Chastises Men In A New Commercial Highlighting The #Metoo Movement & Some Are Furious Gillette is calling on men to step it up. A new ad, called “We Believe” and lasting a minute and a half, encourages men to to change their behavior. It directly invokes the #MeToo movement in order to directly confront […]
Seven Lessons We Can Learn From Roseanne’s Firing & What It Reveals About The Culture of America It took 21 years for Roseanne Barr’s show to make a strong comeback but, it just took one tweet to destroy it. “Roseanne” was the most-watched show on TV with its premiere garnering 18.2 million viewers. In today’s […]
11th Annual New York’s Funniest Reporter Show! The 2018 New York’s Funniest Reporter show will take place on Sunday, June 10th @ 5:30 pm at Comic Strip Live comedy club (1568 Second Ave / bet 81st & 82nd). It will feature seven media professionals each doing five minutes of stand up comedy in order to […]
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.