Monthly archives: July 2015

Posted by Solomon McCown Staff

What the Gym and a Public Relations Internship Have In Common

July 14, 2015 In Public Relations Comments Off on What the Gym and a Public Relations Internship Have In Common

A few weeks ago, I found myself at the front door of my old gym. I say old because I can’t really remember the last time I stepped through the

Read more

Posted by Solomon McCown Staff

Five Companies Taking a Bite Out of Shark Week

July 10, 2015 In SM& Team Comments Off on Five Companies Taking a Bite Out of Shark Week

The best week of the year is here! Shark Week is a week-long frenzy of everything Selachimorpha on the Discovery Channel. The network broadcasts real-life shark stories and with some

Read more

Posted by Solomon McCown Staff

What #GuacGate Teaches Us About Marketing

July 10, 2015 In SM& Team Comments Off on What #GuacGate Teaches Us About Marketing

What do you know? People have stronger opinions about guacamole than you’d expect. In a recent attempt to promote a new food app called Cooking, New York Times Social Media

Read more

Posted by Solomon McCown Staff

Boston Apartments Welcome Pets to a Life of Luxury

July 9, 2015 In Real Estate Comments Off on Boston Apartments Welcome Pets to a Life of Luxury

The Arlington, The Tower at One Greenway, and The Merc at Moody & Main were featured on Boston.com among Boston-area apartments that not only allow pets, but welcome them with

Read more

Posted by Sean Hathaway

Amazon and Google Misstep: Will It Cost Them?

July 9, 2015 In Corporate Comments Off on Amazon and Google Misstep: Will It Cost Them?

Few companies have become as indispensable to my life as Amazon and Google. For someone who finds the act of shopping laborious, Amazon Prime is a godsend. No longer do

Read more

Posted by Solomon McCown Staff

#TheNew10: Making History through Social Media

July 8, 2015 In SM& Team Comments Off on #TheNew10: Making History through Social Media

On June 17, U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Jacob Lew announced the decision to put the portrait of a woman on the $10 bill. The historic bill is slated to

Read more

Posted by Allyson Quinby

New York City Celebrates Independence Day

July 2, 2015 In Corporate Comments Off on New York City Celebrates Independence Day

Who doesn’t love the Fourth of July? Our nation’s birthday has always been one of my favorite holidays. When I moved to New York City last year, my Fourth of

Read more

Posted by Solomon McCown Healthcare Team

What the Paleo Diet Taught Me about Public Relations

July 1, 2015 In Public Relations Comments Off on What the Paleo Diet Taught Me about Public Relations

A few months ago, I started the paleo diet. Also known as the “caveman diet,” the paleo diet is gluten-free and based on the food humans’ ancient ancestors likely ate,

Read more