Perceptive Perspectives

4 Highlights from Ragan’s Visual Communications & Infographics Summit

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What’s Trending Now: How to Make Your Video Go Viral

Often times, we get asked by our clients to make their videos go viral. We explain that as marketers we cannot make a video go viral because most viral videos happen naturally. What we do is recommend prerequisites to increase the odds […]

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How Quillin Maximizes Client Milestones With PR & Social Media

A milestone anniversary, while it’s a traditional PR opportunity, we get excited to be able to integrate it with social media. An anniversary of any size whether a company is celebrating five years or 100 years, is a great opportunity to communicate […]

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Top Five Benefits of Integrating Social Media with PR & Advertising

With social media becoming a stronger marketing force world-wide, advertising and PR agencies everywhere are finding the right people and resources to offer the best solutions to customers. To get the most out of your social media platforms and strategies, a full-service […]

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Big City, Small World: PR Comes Full Circle

Have you ever had an experience where something in your life seems to come full circle? According to, the phrase “come full circle,” means it completes a cycle, returns to its beginnings. Here’s my story. Prior to my joining Quillin in 2012, I spent my days overseeing efforts […]

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4 Digital Trends for Highly Successful PR Professionals

There is no denying that we are quickly becoming a world full of smartphones and tablets. Digital PR did not arrive yesterday and it requires a new way of thinking. For those who are new to the constantly evolving trend, you might […]

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How Twitter Has Given Me “Direction”

One may argue that a teenager spending too much time on the Internet is a bad thing, something my mother has definitely told me before. For the past year and a half, I have been spending countless hours online, researching and updating […]

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Consumer Polls As Marketing Tactic: Do They Get the ‘Best of’ You?

Last week I spotted a big banner hung in front of what I considered a mediocre restaurant that read something along the lines of “Voted Best of Las Vegas by the Review Journal.”  My initial reaction was, “That must be really good!” […]

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Literal Pay for ‘Play:’ Celebrity-hosted Parties in Las Vegas

  Have you ever thought what it would be like to host a party with a celebrity guest? How cool would it be to sip a Cosmopolitan with Kim Kardashian or nibble on an appetizer with Nick Lachey or Wilmer Valderrama? How […]

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Can 300,000 people be wrong?

  Apple’s iPad quasi computer sold over 300,000 units on its first day of sales.  That’s more that the iPhone sold at its debut three years ago.  Combine that with over one million applications and 250,000 e-books already sold and I think […]

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