I think it’s fair to say that we’ve probably all been in a communications rut at some point during our careers. When we’re operating on auto-pilot, re-using content and hammering out what we can without giving a project the full consideration it needs.
Good Food, Good Networking, Good Times! Back by popular demand! In conjunction with San Diego Restaurant Week, your IABC/San Diego chapter is putting on another Dine Around event for you to gather with fellow IABC members to enjoy some good food and even better conversation!
Three things every communicator must know about search engine optimization A leading-edge communications plan requires digital savvy. On September 25, award-winning digital strategist Dave Newman will share content strategy tips and tweaks to help your team ensure consistency of message, while increasing your search engine relevance. #SEO4Comms For a preview of what Dave will be discussing, …
On September 17, Kelly Short, IABC board member and director of global communications for Interactions Marketing will discuss how her organization has created a publication that captures the attention of a diverse workforce, delivers real ROI, and positions it for valuable PR opportunities.
A former communications assistant for Semester at Sea, Jay Muller currently works as a business development and marketing intern for Coastal Payroll Services. Additionally, he is a blogger for Pristine Hydro. A senior at University of San Diego, Jay will serve as president of the newly forming IABC/USD Student Chapter.
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Last month I went to IABC’s World Conference in New York City. It’s always motivating to hear new ideas, learn from others’ successes and reconnect with the “international” in IABC through the members and chapter leaders attending from around the world.
Is your work getting the recognition it deserves? As the Silver Quill entry deadline approaches, join us August 7 to learn what makes an award-winning entry.