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by Hollie Geitner, on Feb. 28, 2013

At WordWrite Communications we believe communication errors or breakdowns are most often the root cause of many crisis situations. Consider the recent miner deaths in West Virginia. Four miners have …

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Topics:manufacturing

by Paul Furiga, on Feb. 19, 2013

In South Africa, Olympic star Oscar Pistorius is charged with murder. A double amputee whose carbon fiber “Blade Runner” artificial legs enabled him to compete against able-bodied runners in the …

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Topics:storystorytellingauthentic story

by Hollie Geitner, on Feb. 18, 2013

I admit it. I watch reality shows. If there is a housewife in a city or an attractive 20-something looking to find love, you will most certainly catch me watching …

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Topics:public relationscommunication lessonspr strategy

by Jeremy Church, on Feb. 18, 2013

In my role as a media relations strategist, I talk to reporters almost daily about new, significant provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). With so much information coming so …

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Topics:media relationsprofessional services

by Emma Walter, on Feb. 11, 2013

Whether you’re a tech giant and every prospect you approach knows who you are or you provide a specific technology product to a niche market, inbound marketing can help connect …

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Topics:inbound marketing

by Caia Caldwell, on Feb. 5, 2013

Like anything, having a plan for your company’s social media posts is important. Depending on how much you’re sharing on a daily basis, finding new and interesting material to tweet …

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Topics:social media

by Hollie Geitner, on Feb. 1, 2013

Could the ancient art of storytelling (in video form) change outdated perceptions? When you think of a typical manufacturing job, does a middle-aged man wearing overalls with dust on his …

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Topics:storymanufacturingstorytellingvideo

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