Tips from, and for, a PR intern
Being a public relations intern may seem scary, but it is a lot of fun! You get to be a part of a team of PR professionals who really want to help guide you in the right direction and give you a great perspective of the industry.
Three New Ways to Experience The Mob Museum
Three Exhibits and Experiences Now Available at Downtown Historic Las Vegas Museum
Why Earned Media Coverage is More Valuable Than Ever
We can talk for days about the evergreen value of good media coverage.
Pantone Announces Color of the Year 2018 and We Couldn’t Agree More
Why Purple Was Our First Choice Too.
As a Las Vegas public relations professional, it's hard enough to cut through the noise to get your clients message heard and now the increase of fake news adds even more clutter. There's a lot of buzz about fake news right now, especially following our recent election. So, the question is, what is fake news and how do we avoid getting duped by it?
Five Feeds I Follow...Instagram Edition
I spent the first 10 of my 20+ years in this career in broadcast journalism. Early on, I developed an appreciation for visuals that were quick and to-the-point, yet conveyed a message. Of all social media feeds, this is the reason I've really taken to Instagram. As such, here are feeds I follow:
In Pursuit Of "Likes"
Nowadays, it’s all about how many likes your posts receive on social media. Whether the page is your personal account or it's a page you manage for work, likes are in. The challenge? It is difficult to get likes and you don’t want to pay people to like it for you. Let us break it down.
How Rude Are You?
Nothing like a fun and innocuous listicle to make you suddenly paranoid about the 306 emails you send on average before lunch. Yes, email strips a conversation bare. Tones are easy to misconstrue. But in a today's workplace, emails are necessary so you may as well learn to sound pleasant as you're sounding the alarm. Here are a few tips about rude emails from our friends at Forbes.com:
Tips for Public Relations Leaders
Between having a Las Vegas public relations company, raising kids and just living life, my to-do list can get longer and longer if I don't stay organized. For me, I literally have my schedule laid out in advance and more often than not, the day begins at 6 a.m. and doesn't end until 10 p.m.
Nothing Quite Like the Holidays In Vegas
As most people prepare for Thanksgiving dinners and holiday shopping lists, the world of PR professionals plug away event after event in the city of glitz and glamour.
How to Pitch PR
This next blog installment is for media. Bloggers. Writers. Photographers. Our agency is based in Las Vegas. Naturally, we receive a steady stream of media requests for our clients. Ranging from a quick 10 minute interview with an executive to a 2-day photo shoot, if there is a media crew coming to Las Vegas, we know about it.
Vox Solid Communications: The Origin Story
Today, we have a little #TBT dispatch about the origins of Vox Solid Communications.
Clips and Impressions: The Joy of Tracking
As a Las Vegas public relations agency, we have a great variety of travel and tourism clients and we love getting to be a part of their team. We believe in our brands and enjoy getting to tell their stories.
Snapping Sensational Food Photos
Chances are you have recently found yourself sitting at a table in your favorite restaurant so wowed by the food in front of you that you felt inspired to take a photo of the culinary treat and share with with the world.
How to Pick a Photo Shoot Location
Isn't it ironic?
We're a PR and marketing agency. Our clients span and media outreach span the globe. Yet, when it comes to marketing ourselves, it's always a to do that seems to fall further and further down the to do list.
Vox Solid is hiring a full time PR manager.
When Life Hands You Lemonade Cookies
Our Las Vegas PR firm often works with well-known Las Vegas attractions, tour companies and some of Las Vegas’ best restaurants—but we also are passionate about our community. One of our local non-profit clients, Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada, recently tasked us with a request outside the scope of our typical public relations services. They’re hosting the September gala, Dessert Before Dinner. As part of their décor, they wanted a lemonade stand—a cute photo opportunity for chefs and Girl Scouts to pose behind and to display cookies on. The only question our team had: who would make it?
PRSA President Resigns
Today the Public Relations Society of America announced the resignation of its President, William M. Murray. Murray had an outstanding seven years leading the PRSA, and all of us here wish him the very best.