For a PR professional, there's really no such thing as a "typical day." PCI staffer Natalie Terchek explains.
Nothing captivates an audience like a compelling story. Get it right and the rest will follow, says Disney's Pixar.
On International Women's Day, our CEO Jill Allread shares her thoughts as the leader of a women-owned business.
Love it or hate it, Snapchat is a thing. But what kind of content should you be sharing? Check out a few of Colleen's favorite snappy brands.
Learn about new digital hires Stephanie Pyrzynski and Rae Yung who recently joined Chicago PR firm Public Communications Inc.
In a week where the term “alternative facts” entered our lexicon, it’s refreshing to see professional communicators of all stripes standing up to resist any effort to distort the truth.
Multinational banks and major healthcare systems aren’t the only companies that need to be concerned about cybersecurity. It's time to dispel a few myths before you're faced with a data breach.
Annual meetings are a great opportunity to showcase your organization's expertise with the media. Here are some tips.
Instagram Stories won’t replace Snapchat just yet, but its solid foundation and loyal following does give it staying power.
The heart that drives our agency was on full display this week with two of our client programs breaking down barriers and creating meaningful change for Chicago residents.
11 Public Communications Inc. client programs and campaigns were recognized at the 2016 Public Relations Society of America Chicago Skyline Awards gala.
10 communication programs and campaigns for Public Communications Inc. clients earned honors at this year’s Publicity Club of Chicago Golden Trumpet Awards ceremony.
With a hot topic and a little preparation, a Reddit AMA can increase awareness and drive home your message.
When a great media placement comes along, it’s hard to let it go. Thankfully there are tools that can help you celebrate your victories a little bit longer, and extend the reach of your message further.
In public relations stories have power: the power to move audiences, inspire action and enhance brands.
What’s a PR professional to do when a promising idea doesn’t work?