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Category: Five Questions

Five Questions About Inspiring the Spirit of Giving

One sure sign that it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas is the popping up of the Salvation Army’s red kettles all over town. In fact, since Salvation Army Captain Joseph McFee installed the first red kettle, in 1891, to feed the poor of San Francisco, they have become an instantly recognizable call to…
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Five Questions About Developing Social Content When You Serve People in Crisis

Every marketer knows that personal stories make the most compelling content. But how do organizations that serve people in crisis tell these stories, while still respecting the privacy of the clients they serve? As part of the Albers Asks Five Questions series, we spoke with Krissy Madej, development director of homeless prevention organization Together, and…
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Five Questions on How the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce Promotes Omaha’s Big Events

To celebrate the Olympic Swim Trials and another action-packed College World Series, we’ve asked Kim Sellmeyer, creative director of the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce, to join us for Five Questions.

Five Questions About The Success of Omaha Gives!

In honor of Omaha Gives!, Kali Baker, vice-president of community relations at the Omaha Community Foundation, and Ally Freeman, communications manager at the foundation, answer Five Questions about the event that has the whole city talking (and giving) today.

Five Questions About Visually Engaging Your Audience

This month, as part of our Five Questions series, we’ve asked Universal Information Services Vice President Todd Murphy to share his thoughts on how businesses can ensure that the photos, videos and other content they use in their digital marketing efforts are making a meaningful connection with their audience.

Five Questions About Crisis Plans

Now that we’re in the thick of primary season, Albers Communications Group President Gina Pappas has some thoughts on crisis planning for the candidates that can also apply to companies.