Veracity #ChalkTalk Blog
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.
Thoughts on setting post-New Years work goals and implementing new tools into your work regime.
Offending listeners, getting fired, appearing on Portlandia, & launching a radio career w/o experience.
Dating apps, fancy sake bombs, cryotherapy, television bloopers and launching a TV career without experience.
Veracity can be the difference between delivering justice for all or creating hazy knowledge leading to ignorance.
Anna Hudson, Founder, Avenue. Impostor syndrome, blissful ignorance and creating your own destiny.