Veracity Marketing Blog
With 21 years in the newspaper industry before switching over to trade journalism, there couldn’t be a better person to explain the differences between consumer and B2B PR than Rick Polito, Editor in Chief of the Nutrition Business Journal.
Do good and you will be rewarded. Community work is tied into what we do at Veracity. It’s a specialty and our clients are committed to their communities.
Make no mistake. Lizzy Acker is a journalist. But in a nontraditional role for The Oregonian, Lizzy’s role on the Trending Team is to rack up page-views on the newspaper’s website, OregonLive.
Want to work where you matter? Help us grow Veracity into Portland’s top agency. We are looking to hire an AE with at least 3-5 years of PR experience.
Making the leap from high-stakes daily journalism to writing for a cause in OHSU’s content department.
Are you ready to thrive? Accelerate your career in PR & marketing with Veracity. We are looking to hire an AC or Marketing Assistant with 1-2 years of experience.
Come do some real work with us at Veracity. Our interns get jobs. Either with us or elsewhere during or immediately after their internship. Apply Now.
Oregon is the only state in the nation that keeps getting hungrier. Metro HomeShare’s Jen Carter talks about hunger in our city and state.
The PR Talk crew hadn’t chatted with anyone working in radio for a while, so Amy and Connor jumped at the opportunity to interview Corey Foley and Mitch Elliot from KINK FM.
Reviews of “Small Great Things” by Jodi Picoult, Tim Ferriss’ “The 4-Hour Workweek” and Stephen King’s “On Writing.”
PRSA Oregon event about how to launch a podcast and why you should be paying attention to this marketing medium. Featuring Amy & Connor from Veracity.
Colby Reade has seen plenty of action in both broadcast media and public relations. He shares this experience and PRSA member benefits with Amy and Connor.
DJ Wilson always wanted to run things. And run things she does as the head of KGW Media Group. We’re honored to bring you this episode in time for Women’s Equality Day this Saturday.
Sunshine Division Executive Director Kyle Camberg talks about hunger, food insecurity and how you can help feed Portland’s kids.
Coming up with ideas on what to write about can be hard. However, with a method, some practice and help from your team, you’ll have blog post topics galore.
Joe V. gave us some great tips for pitching his morning live shots. If you’re lucky enough to work with him, you may even get multiple segments of coverage out of it!
Some of us like networking, but really most of us would rather do something else. Here are the networking tips to help you make the most of your next event.
Top 12 Tips for a Successful SEMpdx Rooftop Networking Party. Updated by Mike Rosenberg for 2017.
Looking for a template for the classic press release? Look no further for a straightforward example. Who, what, where, when, why?
Gary Stein, Editor of the Lake Oswego Review, is unmatched in candor and positivity. Amy & Connor recently witnessed first-hand how dedicated Gary is to the community he works in.
Founder of Silicon Florist & PIE (Portland Incubator Experiment), Rick Turoczy talks about tech, PR and startups in this episode of PR Talk.
A conversation about cannibalism, Go-Go dancing, being “paid to be gay” & celebrity sightings. How Portland is changing, PR tips & pet peeves.
The basics for getting started with a Facebook Business page. Specific step-by-step guide for completing page info, image specifics, and content tips.
A winding history to community news, advertising that your business has to earn and reaching audiences in the digital age.
Podcast: Unlock the Mysteries of the Building & Construction Industry with Nick Bjork, Daily Journal of Commerce
For the real estate professionals, marketers or building enthusiasts listening to this episode, understand one thing: Nick Bjork is one of us.
Pretending to be a stay-at-home-mom, the three tiers of journalism and PR for the people. The Zip interviews Amy Rosenberg on local PR tactics.
AM Northwest’s Helen Raptis on hitchhiking to work, pushing past “no,” and how “pay-to-play,” doesn’t always require cold hard cash.
Celebrating Katherine Switzer’s 50th anniversary as 1st woman to run Boston Marathon and how exercise with a partner has shaped my life and business.
If you want to get into the Portland Business Journal, listen to this podcast or at least read our write up of tips from PBJ Editor, Suzanne Stevens.
Answer 5 questions and follow a systematic guide for building a blogging plan with staff, a board and volunteers.