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November 2013
Your career is arguably one of the most important pieces of your life. Since it takes up such a large chunk of your time, it’s important to love what you do and find excitement in returning to it every day.  As a PR professional, I have a lot to love, and I list the aspects...
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As we gear up for a day filled with family, friends, and turkey, we reflect on the things we are truly thankful for. It seems fitting to acknowledge an essential part of our everyday professional lives as community managers. Here are five resources that make our lives a little more productive every day: Sprout Social...
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Twitter presents a unique opportunity to build relationships, which can be particularly valuable when you or your clients are trying to interact with reporters and other members of the media.  Reporters’ busy schedules can make it challenging for them to respond to your e-mail or phone call, but a mention on Twitter may grab their...
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On November 1, 2013 The Commonwealth Institute (TCI) and The Boston Globe honored the Top 100 Women-led businesses in Massachusetts.  As a partner of TCI, the creatives at Solomon McCown & Company interviewed attendees on the importance of the event and retaining good talent.
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That noise you heard on Sunday morning was millions of public relations professionals groaning as they opened their Sunday New York Times to an article titled “Swatting at a Storm of Public Relations Spam.” Reporter David Segal lamented changes to the newspaper’s email system that allowed a barrage of off-topic pitches to land in his...
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Photo via The Boston Globe: A street-level view of a proposed 52-story residential tower at Copley Place. The BRA has been on a roll. In the past few months, billions of dollars in new development have been approved. As a Boston resident, here are a few that I look forward to seeing make progress.  ...
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Photo credit: The Boston Globe; Picture: Joshua Malina and Dani Weinstein at CJP’s Chai Society Mega Event Our client, Combined Jewish Philanthropies, held its Chai Society Mega Event last weekend, which honored the winners of their first Chai in the Hub contest. The honorees were the top 18 influential young adults who are making a bigger...
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I moved to Quincy Center two years ago. I looked for apartments in typical millennial communities like Somerville and Jamaica Plain but was shocked at how little space and convenience I got for the money. In Quincy Center, I rent a one-bedroom apartment (with parking!) that’s less than a 5-minute walk to the MBTA for...
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Photo credit: Cecil Stoughton. White House Photographs. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston Okay. I admit it. I am obsessed with the assassination of John F. Kennedy. And even though it has been 50 years since that terrible day in Dallas, it is as raw as it was on Nov. 22, 1963. I have tried to watch...
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Our client, National Development, was featured in a recent Boston Herald article about the dwindling supply of available condos in the Boston market. National Development will soon help to replenish the city’s condo offerings with Sepia at Ink Block, 83 luxury condominiums that will start to be constructed in early 2014. Ted Tye, managing partner...
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