Monthly archives: March 2014

Posted by Lauren Michaels

Bisnow Boston’s 3rd Annual Boston State of the Seaport

March 28, 2014 In Executive Comments Off on Bisnow Boston’s 3rd Annual Boston State of the Seaport

The SM& Real Estate Team had the pleasure of attending Bisnow Boston’s 3rd Annual Boston State of the Seaport event. To no one’s surprise, the expert panelists spoke to the

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Posted by Lindsay Rauch

This Week in Social Media

March 28, 2014 In SM& Team Comments Off on This Week in Social Media

As we mentioned last week, the social media world changes at an increasingly fast rate. PR professionals are prepared to change strategies at a moment’s notice and as social media

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Posted by Amy Derjue

An Open Letter to Twitter

March 28, 2014 In SM& Team Comments Off on An Open Letter to Twitter

Dear Twitter, Tweet: #Twitter, your rumored changes would change the very essence of the network we love. Please stop. Recently, you’ve said you want to get rid of hashtags and

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Posted by Solomon McCown Staff

Survival of Suburbia: Can developers revitalize the suburbs?

March 27, 2014 In Real Estate Comments Off on Survival of Suburbia: Can developers revitalize the suburbs?

For years, the suburb has been the centerpiece of the American Dream. Americans sought to escape the chaotic and crowded city to settle in the smaller, serene suburb. These communities

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Posted by Michal Regunberg

SM& Podcast: The Affordable Care Act Enrollment Countdown

March 27, 2014 In Executive, SM& Team Comments Off on SM& Podcast: The Affordable Care Act Enrollment Countdown

Listen to our Solomon McCown Podcast as Senior Vice President Michal Regunberg discusses the PR strategies behind the Obama Administration’s last minute push to get 6 million Americans signed up

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Posted by Amy Derjue

Smart Move, Springfield: Social Media Isn’t Free

March 25, 2014 In SM& Team Comments Off on Smart Move, Springfield: Social Media Isn’t Free

During a recent Springfield City Council meeting, members took part in a debate happening in city halls and board rooms across the nation: Do we want to be on social

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Posted by Kristin Wetherbee

Stuck in the Middle

March 25, 2014 In Real Estate Comments Off on Stuck in the Middle

Last week I attended an Urban Land Institute event on the “Future of Housing Production in the Commonwealth” with a panel that featured developers and city officials. Two articles in

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Posted by T.J. Winick

25 Years Later, Lessons Learned from the Exxon Valdez

March 24, 2014 In Corporate, Executive Comments Off on 25 Years Later, Lessons Learned from the Exxon Valdez

Photo via The Associated Press It was 25 years ago today when the Exxon Valdez oil tanker ran aground in Prince William Sound, spilling hundreds of thousands of barrels of crude oil in Alaska. Not only was the

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Posted by Carol Kerbaugh

When Policy and Communication Don’t Align

March 21, 2014 In SM& Team Comments Off on When Policy and Communication Don’t Align

Since the Obama administration began touting the Affordable Care Act, they’ve emphasized how inexpensive insurance coverage would be, particularly for young adults. President Obama told Zack Galifianakis in his appearance

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Posted by Michelle Mastrobattista

This Week in Social Media

March 21, 2014 In Executive Comments Off on This Week in Social Media

At SM&, we often get asked, “What’s the advantage of your team managing our social media pages?” The answer is simple – expertise. Our Digital Team lives and breathes social

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