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There’s an App for That (and It Probably Knows Where You Are)

But what really caught me was how they used an app to extract more information and data about shoppers than I ever knew was possible.

What a Year, What a Night

Working with clients who are industry leaders is its own reward and one that we are fortunate to enjoy all year long. To get outside recognition for the fruit of our collaborations? Well, that’s just Christmas morning.

Big news requires prep work

In the last week, we helped Creighton Preparatory School in Omaha announce their new president, which was the culmination of a five-month search.

Teamwork, Agility Key to Nebraska Medicine’s Ebola Response

From a PR perspective, even the most well thought-out crisis plans can’t always prepare you for something like what Nebraska Medicine has been through.

Animals Need PR, Too

Last week, my colleague Ann Hadfield and I had the honor of attending Earth & Wine, a benefit for the Omaha Zoo Foundation that was held inside the Suzanne and Walter Scott Aquarium.

Tips for Crowdfunding Success

The internet, with the help of social media, is changing the way people are able to fundraise. Crowdfunding has become one of the most popular ways to raise money for causes, people and projects.

Top 10 takeaways from PRSA’s Counselors Academy

I recently had the opportunity to attend the Public Relations Society of America’s (PRSA) Counselors Academy in Key West, Fla. I always enjoy the time spent with other PR agency leaders from around the country. This year I learned 10 lessons that I look forward to implementing with our Albers team.

Own your story like a boss

Sheryl Sandberg, whose 2013 book Lean In became an instant cultural touchstone, is in the news for another side project. This time she’s declaring war on bossy.

A blowout — on the field and on-screen

I don’t know how many times I’ve heard in the week leading up to the Super Bowl: “I only watch for the commercials.” Game aside, judging by the tone of my newsfeed, no one was terribly enthusiastic about last night’s showing — on the field, or off of it.