To make a good apology, it must be straightforward, timely and considered in the light of the particular public involved. It should include acknowledgement of having done something wrong, a sense of remorse, an attempt to repair the injustice and a promise not to commit the offense again. While that seems like an easy thing… Continue reading Companies bad at apologizing
On Tuesday, a Tesla driver risked costly damage to his car to save another man’s life. The Tesla driver noticed the other car was driving uncontrollably and hitting the guardrail, but still going pretty fast on the Autobahn near Munich, Germany. The Tesla driver realized the driver of the other vehicle was unconscious so… Continue reading Heroic Driver is Good PR for Tesla
Yesterday, the internet was in for a shock when Beyonce announced that she was having twins. They were even more shocked when JCPenney joined in on the conversation. We would like to share our love and happiness. We have been blessed two times over. We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by… Continue reading JCPenney Took Full Advantage of Beyonce’s pregnancy announcement photos.
Social media is a big part of public relations. Many big brands understand this, while some are still dragging behind the crowd. I thought I would round up some brands with my favorite social media accounts. Go Pro Twitter: @GoPro: 1.99M followers Instagram: @GoPro: 11.3m followers Facebook: GoPro: 10,229,228 likes Go Pro is very active across… Continue reading Brands Ruling Social Media
Yesterday, TMZ released a video from the set of the upcoming movie A Dog’s Purpose that caused an uproar from animal lovers everywhere. The above video shows a terrified German Shepard being forced into a pool of rushing water for a scene. The video then cuts to another clip of the dog becoming completely submerged… Continue reading Abusing dogs while filming a movie aimed towards dog lovers?
Tail wagging and head held high on a warm September day, Lexi, the 3-year-old pit bull walked out of Operation Kindness with her new family to start her new life at her forever home. It did not take long before she fell asleep comfortably with her head in the lap of her new owner Kalyn… Continue reading Finding a Forever Home
With over 400 student organizations at the University of North Texas, students have many options for organizations to join, but they can also create new ones like the members of UNT Compliments did. UNT Compliments was founded as social media accounts by junior Haley Barnes in August of 2013 to spread positivity to UNT… Continue reading Spreading Positivity to UNT