Veracity Marketing Blog
Do people still believe that women can’t do the executive job as well as a man? If so, they are mistaken.
Three months deep at Veracity and I am lucky to have bosses who push me to greater lengths every day.
Want to work where you matter? Help us grow Veracity into Portland’s top agency. We are looking to hire an AE with 3-5 years PR experience.
Kevin Getch of SEMpdx Has Us “Engaged” Before the Annual Digital Marketing Conference Hits Portland
Sometimes a little training is needed even for what seem to be the simplest tasks. Tips to help you avoid making mistakes in the social media space.
Local public relations tips, the launch of Veracity, Amy’s background and more. Interview on The Zip Podcast.
It is always nice to be recognized as one of Portland’s Best PR Firms. It is even better to receive the accolade multiple times.
Seattle housing advocate and Forbes writer, Roger Valdez, explains the difference between advocacy & public relations
As the first black woman to win the award, it wasn’t just the acceptance speech that had tears streaming down faces in the audience and at home.
In Episode 24, Emily gives us a lot of information about getting into the publication, how to pitch her and her reporters and what makes her open a PR pitch.
Whether you love the office mixer or dread it, you are likely going to a few seasonal get-togethers. Spend that time wisely to further your career or business, here are eight networking tips for your next holiday party.
PR Talk goes on a Seattle “press jag” starting with a double interview with Su Ring and Joseph Suttner, producers of New Day Northwest for King5, Seattle’s NBC affiliate.
We’ve got you covered with both practical and fun gifts for every type of office personality!
Gregory Day started the Weekly Portland Podcast about two years ago for reasons that have morphed over time, realizing podcasting was the best format to truly capture the interviewee’s essence and portraying the interesting people of Portland in a non-comedic way that remained light-hearted and professional.
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.
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.