Prost! Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa

We didn’t know if the October weather would ever feel like fall, but the cooler temperatures finally arrived just in time to celebrate a 40-year Tulsa tradition – Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa. Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa has been named one of the top five best Oktoberfest celebrations in the country by USA Today. Conde Nast Travel says…

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Older consumers feeling overlooked

Think of a recent advertising campaign that got you excited. Did it pop up on your Facebook feed or sneak into your favorite Snapchat Discover story? Companies are utilizing the apps Millennials interact with on a daily (sometimes hourly) basis to get a message across, but are they forgetting something? As targeted as social media…

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Death of the advertising jingle

All this talk of jingle bells got us thinking. What happened to the advertising jingle? Many of us can still sing the Oscar Meyer Weiner jingle or the State Farm theme song, but let’s be honest. Advertising jingles aren’t what they used to be. There was a time when advertising jingles were integrated into every…

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Finding your inner bookworm

As much as we love social media, there’s nothing like reading a good book. Not a big reader? This article from Inc. gives you some tips to harness your Facebook skills for a good old-fashioned page turner. -Nicole An Incredibly Clever Hack for People Who Want to Read More Books by Jessica Stillman According to…

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Ted Talks about public speaking

Public speaking isn’t something that comes naturally to most people, but it doesn’t have to be scary! With a little practice and some public speaking tips, you’ll be on your way to effectively delivering your message in no time. We recently found this article from PR Daily that harnesses the best tips from popular Ted Talks.…

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Video marketing: Gaining steam into 2016

Video is a major marketing trend that’s been gaining steam leading into 2016. When done right, video can breathe life and emotion into your story, highlight what sets you apart and grow legs across a variety of media. Ragan recently wrote an article citing 80% of internet consumption will be video by 2019. Read more…

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What PR pros can learn from Shark Tank

by Kristin Piombino Do you remember when “Survivor” first aired on television? No one had heard of a reality TV show before, and the idea of watching strangers try to survive on a desert island fascinated us. Well, here we are 15 years later, surrounded by spinoffs of “The Bachelor” and “The Real Housewives,” and…

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“So” is the new “Um”

by Kelly Decker You know to avoid “um” and “uh,” but what about “so”? “So” is the newest filler word on the block. It made it on this list of words that can sink a job interview, and NPR calls it a “weasel word” that can make it seem like you’re trying to avoid giving…

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3 lessons you can learn from Google’s new logo

by Justin Bariso What can you learn by studying the most progressive company in the world? Google, the company that has become the key to information’s front door, has changed its logo. In hindsight, we should have expected this. After all, it’s been a few weeks since Google introduced a major restructuring through their new…

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Goodbye, SEO: PR is the new king

by Mickie Kennedy Remember when you would search for something and come across a website riddled with nonsense words? Those Wild-West days of SEO are now recalled with a chuckle and an eye roll. The websites were never pretty and often full of junk and viruses, but they always seemed to pop up on top.…

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