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Posted on: April 1st, 2017 by Kelsey

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Posted on: March 31st, 2017 by Kelsey

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Posted on: May 26th, 2015 by Kelsey

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Blog Love

Posted on: April 10th, 2013 by NEA Group Online

The gang at NEA Group keeps tabs on a few blogs that are thought-provoking, educational, but also highly entertaining. They make us want to read them, which is, obviously, the point of a blog. Here are some of our faves, in no particular order.

Peter Shankman’s blog – He’s all over the place and right where we want him at all times (via Twitter and Facebook). The guy who’s career took off selling t-shirts after the movie “Titanic” came out that simply read, “It Sank”. He knows brands, publicity and how to get in people’s faces in unconventional ways.

PR in Your Pajamas – The best place for practical, simple PR advice for entrepreneurs. Sometimes people actually think you can do PR successfully in your pjs… that’s the irony of the title. You can’t.

PRSay – The official blog of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA). They tackle the real PR issues, highlight newsworthy items with a PR angle and feature contributors from all chapters of PRSA. We are members of the Tampa Bay Chapter.

NYC PR Girls – This blog is a little bit of a guilty pleasure. Working at a big PR firm in NYC would’ve been a dream for some of us at NEA Group. We love reading about the PR girls’ journey post college and taking notes on NYC hotspots in the process.

6 AM – Richard Edelman blog – The president and CEO of Edelman PR, one of the top PR firms in the country. He and his staff have worked with national and global clients from Starbucks to UPS. They know what they are talking about and we should be listening.

A Fashionable Night

Posted on: March 21st, 2013 by NEA Group Online

What night isn’t fashionable when it’s spent with the uber-stylish, fashionista himself Carson Kressley? For the third year in a row, NEA Group played a major role in the Pediatric Cancer Foundation’s trendy Fashion Funds the Cure event, hosted by Kressley.  The annual fashion show features “models,” young ladies currently battling or have battled cancer, escorted by professional athletes and other local celebrities. It’s always an honor to work with PCF to promote the event. We served as their public relations council and worked as a liaison between the event host and the media. As part of the job, we also managed Kressley, who is extremely personable and never at a loss for a good celeb story or fashion advice. In fact, we caught him at a down moment surrounded by a few of his favorite things…

Carson Kressley backstage at Fashion Funds the Cure, among friends Christian, Manolo and Jimmy.

Dressing the Part

Posted on: March 6th, 2013 by NEA Group Online

This is something that has bothered me for years – dressing the part at the office. Throughout my career, I’ve been shocked at the number of people who do not put any thought or care into their appearance. This is troubling to me, not only because I love clothing and fashion, but I believe it speaks volumes about a person, whether we want to admit it or not. For those working in the PR/marketing or any communications fields, it’s even more important. Why would a company trust you to represent it if you  cannot represent yourself by tucking in your shirt? In today’s world of work from home and casual days, we have lost touch with what it means to really dress well at the office. It’s trickling down to college students, who are getting out of school and believing hoodies are acceptable attire in a professional setting – they are not! I was pleased to see PR Daily thinks the same way I do in this article about dressing for the PR business. We judge books by their covers, wine by the labels and people by their attractiveness. It’s a fact of life, and the sooner people realize this is how the world works, maybe they’ll get that job or promotion. I plan to spread this message as much as I can, one hoodie at a time.

Coco Chanel said it best, “Dress shabbily, they notice the clothes. Dress impeccably, they notice the woman.”

You Are Your Online Reputation

Posted on: February 22nd, 2013 by NEA Group Online

At NEA Group, we love a good infographic to explain in a few words what might normally take an entire page. Here’s a good one for those of you who think what you post or write online  doesn’t matter… because it does. This is especially true when it comes to your company or client. Use these tips to manage any reputation online.

36 Rules of Social Media

Posted on: February 15th, 2013 by NEA Group Online

“Social media spark a revelation that we, the people, have a voice, and through the democratization of content and ideas we can once again unite around common passions, inspire movements, and ignite change.” – Brian Solis, bestselling author.

Social media grows in both use and variation every day. Learning to use it successfully can promote your business, special cause or event, and it will help you communicate with your target audience more efficiently. This infographic serves as a helpful map to start creating social media content.

Give and Receive: Creating a mutually beneficial relationship with your intern

Posted on: February 13th, 2013 by NEA Group Online

My name is Kelsey and I am excited to be interning for NEA Group this semester. As a communications student with three internships under my belt, I have learned that employers not only favor but expect to see internship experience on resumes. There are several things I’ve learned that have made my time as an intern enjoyable and hopefully more beneficial to future employers.

Set goals ahead of time – Plan a meeting at the beginning of the internship to discuss goals so both people know their responsibilities. Talk through what both sides want to accomplish and learn during the internship.

Set aside time to meet – After the initial meeting, set aside time each week to discuss progress on assignments and future projects. If goals and tasks change throughout the internship, roll with it. This business is constantly changing, and as long as lines of communication are open, it will work out in the end.

Allow for creativity – Whether you are taking on an intern for the first time, or if this is your intern’s first internship, there may be a certain amount of hesitation at first. Start slowly to determine tasks and how much freedom to allow. Remembering to allow for creativity is important for both sides. A little creativity can go a long way!

Give them constructive criticism – You need your intern to produce quality work for you which will require a correction here and there. A good intern will appreciate constructive criticism and work to improve their skills and work for you.

Ask questions – This is very important! Ask your intern often about their work and ask for their input. Most of all, encourage them to ask you questions so that they can improve the work that they do for you while gaining knowledge that they will use in the future.

Create a mutually beneficial relationship with your intern and hopefully you will accomplish your goals in a timely manner at little cost to you.