(INDIANAPOLIS— January 19, 2017) — BLASTmedia, a national B2B public relations agency, continues to strengthen its B2B tech roster of clients with the addition of four new companies. Spanning a variety of verticals, including enterprise security, SaaS and market research technology, the agency was tapped by CloudPassage, Fizziology, Scout RFP and Zudy to lead media relations efforts in the new year.
Winter wind chills are no match for the BLASTmedia team’s hot December media coverage! While most are dealing with winter blues, we can’t help but feel warm inside over the hits we secured for clients last month. Pull up a chair and warm up on our glowing client coverage below. Read More
The new year is a perfect time to get a jumpstart on some of your goals — both in your personal life and in the office. Your PR resolutions may not have anything to do with running on a treadmill each morning, but they sure can be healthy for your overall success as a professional.
Much of what I learned about cameras and how to use them came well after school was finished, mostly just by searching online. I continued to rely on websites and forums to improve in motion design and later on in other disciplines. Don’t tell my employer, but a good portion of my first year on the job was spent Googling “how to <everything>.” Here’s to you, The Internet. One thing that became quickly apparent to me was that designers, filmmakers, mographers, photographers and other creative professionals are extremely generous with their time and expertise in helping out the next wave of rookies.
It’s that time of year where Americans should relax, enjoy time with friends and family and take time to reflect on what they’re truly thankful for. Well, filmmakers are no different. Problems can seemingly arise out of nowhere while on set and will wreck an entire day. Thankfully, here are four items all filmmakers should be thankful to have on their next film shoot.
Establishing company thought leaders is an important aspect of building a brand. Whether you’re in marketing tech or the insurance business, there’s bound to be some topics other similar businesses want to learn about from a trusted industry leader. And you can ensure your team is the one to bear that knowledge.
A great thought leader doesn’t just appear out of the blue — but there are a few simple steps you can take to define a thought leader and break into the industry conversation: