O’Connell & Goldberg PR (O&G) in South Florida is seeking an enthusiastic, creative, passionate communicator to join our team as a Social Media Specialist. The position is responsible for developing and implementing organic and paid digital strategies for our clients’ and the agency’s social media platforms. Duties includes strategy, content creation, search/respond, ability to analyze social data/metrics,… Read More O&G PR Seeks Social Media Specialist
Today, regardless of our political differences, we thank and salute those who bravely did their part to protect our great nation. Like our Senior Editor/Account Supervisor, Jeff Bray. He has inspired us with his thoughts on Veterans Day and how best to honor those who are serving/ have served our country. We hope his words will… Read More In Service to All – Veterans Day 2017
var a = 5; alert(“hello world. The value of a is: ” + a); Written by: O&G Staff In honor of Take Your Dog to Work Day on June 23rd, 2017, we turn to our pets for inspiration on how to get the job done. They’re always there to lend us a paw when needed.… Read More WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU UNLEASH DOGS IN A PR OFFICE?
By: Barbara Goldberg I recently had the honor of being featured in a New York Times article about intergenerational offices, which has since sparked a conversation about what happens when an employee is older than his/her boss. Here’s my take: I was 27 when I co-founded my PR agency with my 42-year old business partner,… Read More A Philosophy That Never Grows Old
Part 3: Tech-Run Grocery Stores Can’t Come Soon Enough! By Sophia Fiat My life as an account executive in PR, a dog mom of two, and a full-time fiancé can get pretty hectic. The last thing I want to do after a long day is suffer through the mundane grocery shopping experience. Patience is a… Read More Deep Learning Technology: Helpful or Harmful? (Part 3)
Part 2: Adios Cruise Control. Hello Self-Driving Cars! By Sophia Fiat It’s unlikely that any of you have ever been in a car with me but two things about driving really grind my gears – distracted drivers and traffic. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 94 percent of accidents in the U.S. are caused… Read More Deep Learning Technology: Helpful or Harmful (Part 2)
By: Sophia Fiat From phones that can identify cancer to self-driving cars, and autonomous grocery stores, today’s technology and deep learning applications are pretty badass – and they are becoming deep-rooted in every part of our lives – for better or for worse. The applications of deep learning technology are just starting to emerge but… Read More Deep Learning Technology: Helpful or Harmful? (Part 1)
Without a doubt, last night’s Big Game gave us some incredible, goosebump-inducing moments. The Falcons looked as though they’d continue to crush the Patriots with a 21-3 score heading into the second half, Lady Gaga wowed us with the first-ever halftime show to utilize hundreds of drones to light up the night sky and let’s… Read More Our Favorite Ads from the Big Game
By: Nicole Birnbaum Delivery! Who doesn’t love hearing that word? I certainly do! Subscriptions box services have become a dominating trend, carving a place for themselves in nearly every consumer retail category. E-commerce continues to serve as a growing way for Americans to buy products, with an increasing popularity surrounding personalization and automation. Here are… Read More Why Subscription Boxes Are So Effective
By Jeff Bray I’ve dubbed the year just ended – 2016 – as “The Year of Fake News.” As a former radio news director and UPI editor who believed news was the hallowed ground of truth and fact, I find myself devastated these days. What happened? It’s not that fake news is something new. Falsified… Read More Breaking News: What’s Real? What’s Not?