Start Ups


November 20 2014

Why you’re pitching all wrong

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What are the worst PR pitches you’ve gotten? A tech reporter got a pitch to cover an event in Sweden called ‘Santa, the master of his craft’ — Poynter (@Poynter) … Read More


October 15 2014

How to pitch a true problem solver

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When pitching your product to press, or anyone really, you want to keep in mind that consumers want to know how their own lives will be positively affected by what … Read More


August 28 2014

Fads: When to jump on a bandwagon

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No one wants to be a fad in the business world. In fact, the word “fad” comes across, at times, as a dirty word when you’re hoping for longevity in … Read More


August 16 2014

Humin: The anatomy of a product feature

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We’ve talked a lot about the common PR goal of seeing your company front and center in an article, but haven’t gone deeper into what one of those articles really … Read More


August 6 2014

“The BEST EVER” is simply not true

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Avoiding jargon and using proper style in your press releases A few months ago, I was at an early morning market and saw a sign advertising “The best coffee” at … Read More


June 6 2014

PR in a disruptive business

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We know firsthand that startups start for a reason. Often, this reason is that the founders see something in their industry that they think needs changing, improvement, or just an … Read More