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Getting John Muir Health Noticed for their Great Community Work to Fight Colorectal Cancer

Staff and volunteers at the Digestive Health Fair. Image courtesy John Muir Health. One of the great things about doing healthcare public relations is that there’s always something interesting to talk about. These

Getting Press Attention—Can’t Deny Media Loves to Cover Lies

Getting Press Attention—Can’t Deny Media Loves to Cover Lies Good PR Counsel Should Steer You Toward Truth Telling and Accuracy By Cindi Goodsell, Director During the spring of 2017, nearly every major news service reported

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3 take-ways from #SMMW17 & my re-cap

By Erica Lawler, Director of Digital Marketing, Harden Partners I had the pleasure and privilege to speak at Social Media Marketing World 2017, a fantastic event thrown annually by Social Media Examiner. 3,000 individuals attended

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It’s the Culture, Stupid: The Sorry Cases of Wells Fargo and United Airlines

Systemic Failures of Culture that Override Reason, Common Sense and Decency By: Patricia Harden As we watch the video of a United passenger bloodied and being dragged off the plane, we are horrified.  Reading the

The Value of PR

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Self-Promotion Versus Corporate Branding: a Dilemma for Women CEOs?

Do women CEO's do enough to promote their brands? By Patricia Harden,  President and CEO Do women CEO’s do enough to promote their brands? In today’s media-saturated business world, a company’s image is

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