It’s a new year and while we are excited about the many new clients we will have the opportunity to work with this year, we would be remiss if we didn’t stop and smell the roses and THANK one of our longtime clients – the City of Wilton Manors! Back in October 2013, Conceptual Communications … More Working with Wilton Manors Makes Life Just Better
On Friday, January 20, 2017, the Conceptual Communications team had the pleasure of dining with Tibetan Buddhist monks from the Drepung Gomang Monastery at the Coral Springs Museum of Art during the monk’s Sacred Art Tour. From January 17 to 22, the monks created a sacred sand mandala while also offering workshops and an … More How Tibetan Buddhist Beliefs Can Translate to Successful Digital Media Marketing
Often, we get asked by our clients to open a Twitter account. Less often do we get asked “Should we open a Twitter account.” The answer to that is “It depends.” If you’re going to use it, don’t abuse it. Learn about the platform and take advantage of it to grow your business, better your … More 6 Golden Rules for Using Twitter as a Business Owner
It’s true when they say that a picture is worth a thousand words. If you capture the right image, you won’t have to do the talking, the picture will do the talking for you. Well, what about graphics? Does that follow the same criteria? Yes, they do. If you create a graphic that gets a point … More Social Media Graphics & How To Create Them
Small businesses are the backbones of our communities. No really, they are. They employ 57% of the private workforce in America, and have generated over 65% of the net new jobs since 1995! Since small businesses are absolutely crushing it and doing so much good for communities all across the U.S., we thought it was … More Nominate a Small Business to Win: Small Business Saturday
In the wake of the #LochteMess that arose during the 2016 Olympics, it is important for PR professionals to take the time to reflect on their crisis communications plan. WWWD. What Would We Do? In the unfortunate event that a client of yours gets into a sticky situation, the person to go to is you, the … More Note to PR Professionals: Get That Crisis Communications Plan Together
When growing your career in the world of business, every ounce of information that is passed along to you is worth your while. Whether it is advice on how to network, inside information about the industry you’re interested in, or what steps you can take to become successful, it should all stick with you and be executed if you are … More Entrepreneurial Women Take Over The Podcast World
If you agree to be interviewed by journalist Don Crinklaw, you just might be taking your life into your own hands. The Sun Sentinel reporter has done countless interviews, but two stick out in his mind: actor Yul Brynner and cartoonist Walt Kelley – mostly because he was the last person they gave interviews to … More Journalist Don Crinklaw looks backwards and forwards
Who doesn’t love the Olympics?! A time for entire nations to bound together – root for their home-country athletes and be truly mesmerized by the talent and sheer strength of professional athletes. However, as a social media guru, I have to take a few minutes and reflect on the social press that these 2014 Olympic … More Social Sochi – Success or Failure?
Simple question – sometimes not so simple answer? So by now everyone knows that they need a website to effectively promote their company, their product, their five cats that are their “babies” etc etc. – right? And while iWeb, Weebly and dozens of other DIY website platforms are popping up at lightening speed proving how … More Is Your Website Relevant?