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Media Training 101

December 12th, 2017 Posted by Public Relations 0 comments on “Media Training 101”

The studio’s a little smaller than you imagined, and the lights are much brighter. A nice person with a headset stuffs a battery pack down your shirt and clips the microphone to your collar as you’re directed to sit on …

Tips for Creating a Memorable Event Space

October 17th, 2017 Posted by Public Relations, Uncategorized 2 comments on “Tips for Creating a Memorable Event Space”

It’s October, which means that we’re in the full swing of event season and rapidly approaching the busy and event-filled holiday season. Among the seemingly countless special occasions and corporate gatherings, it can be challenging to make your event stand …

Arizona Foothills Best of Our Valley 2018

October 5th, 2017 Posted by Graphic Design, Public Relations, TJA Culture 0 comments on “Arizona Foothills Best of Our Valley 2018”

Voting is now open for Arizona Foothills Magazine’s Best of Our Valley 2018, and we need your help to win! To vote, simply log in using either your Facebook or Google+ account and click on the links below to …

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Top Event Planning Tips

June 16th, 2017 Posted by Public Relations 0 comments on “Top Event Planning Tips”

Events come in all shapes and sizes, from board meetings to black tie galas and everything in between. No matter the size or occasion, the best events all have the same basic formula. Read on for a list of event …

April Marketing Munchies

April 11th, 2017 Posted by Digital Marketing, Graphic Design, In case you missed it..., Public Relations, Social Media 0 comments on “April Marketing Munchies”

Check out some of the most recent and trending marketing, advertising and social media news in the industry! 

6 Branding Mistakes Undermining Your Company’s Image

Branding is key when it comes to your company. Get ahead of the game and …

The Importance of Donating to a Nonprofit

August 31st, 2016 Posted by Public Relations 0 comments on “The Importance of Donating to a Nonprofit”

At The James Agency we are passionate about giving back to the community, both professionally and personally. Many of us individually volunteer our time after work hours and on the weekends with organizations that are dear to our hearts. But, …

5 Public Relations Myths

July 29th, 2016 Posted by Public Relations 0 comments on “5 Public Relations Myths”

We’ve all seen movies and TV shows that depict publicists and make it all seem so easy. Schmooze here, put out a fire there, and have your cell phone surgically implanted. Here are five myths about public relations.

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What our PR Director Learned at the #PRSATravel Conference

June 29th, 2016 Posted by Public Relations 1 comment on “What our PR Director Learned at the #PRSATravel Conference”

In May, I attended the PRSA 2016 Travel and Tourism conference in Houston on behalf of The James Agency. Industry conferences are always interesting experiences. You can usually count on thought-provoking keynotes, valuable breakout sessions and great networking opportunities, along …

7 Tips for Tackling Your Client’s TV Segment

May 26th, 2016 Posted by Public Relations 0 comments on “7 Tips for Tackling Your Client’s TV Segment”

Congratulations, you landed a three-minute segment on a local TV station for your client! Your relentless pitching efforts (and hair pulling) have paid off and now you can sit back, relax and bask in the sweet glow of success. Well, …

What to Expect When You Hire a Full-Service Agency

April 12th, 2016 Posted by Advertising, Graphic Design, Public Relations 0 comments on “What to Expect When You Hire a Full-Service Agency”

The decision to hire a full-service agency isn’t always an easy one. There are a lot of factors that go into this decision: Which agency is the right fit? Do you only want to use some of an agency’s services? …

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