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Vera Teller is a lecturer, career coach, and author of Check It Off! Pave Your Way through College to Career. She approached CWPR for help in promoting her book and her coaching services.
We developed a new logo for her as a career coach, created a new brand and style guide for her print marketing, and designed a business card, brochure, and speaker’s sheet.
CWPR acts as her point of contact for the media and organizations looking to book her as a speaker, as well as researching and reaching out to organizations to introduce them to her and her book.Continue Reading
CWPR client Orthopaedic Surgery Specialists has expanded the hours of their Saturday Orthopaedic Urgent Care Health (OUCH) Clinic from select Saturdays to now every Saturday, from 10:00AM to 2:00PM
Walk-in patients can avoid the high costs and long waits of the Emergency Room and get specialized orthopedic care immediately.
Cynthia Wagner Public Relations is proud to announce it has been selected as the social media vendor for the Burbank Chamber of Commerce. We look forward to helping the Chamber get the word out on all they do for Burbank businesses, and help keep the community posted on their mixers, meetings, the State of the City Address, and other Chamber events and news.
I am deeply honored to have been selected to be part of Leadership Burbank’s class of 2017.
Founded by the Burbank Chamber of Commerce, the City of Burbank, the Burbank Unified School District, and Woodbury University, Leadership Burbank is a community-based organization that offers a nine-month leadership training program for people who live or work in Burbank.
With the program’s mix of leadership training and group projects, my classmates and I will enhance our personal and professional skills, gain a deeper understanding of community dynamics, and build a network of colleagues and associates throughout our city.
Learning the best social media etiquette for business owners, especially small businesses, is almost as hard as getting started with social media in the first place. What’s even harder to do is to fully understand all of the little nuances that act as unwritten etiquette rules that run these networks. Here’s 25 Do’s and Don’ts to help make sense of it all.
Starting with Tip #1
1) Have Your Social Media Profiles Completed in Full
No one likes to get to a Twitter page only to find out that they haven’t taken the time to upload a photo to their account. Photos are a good start, having a name that is easily identified as being you and your business is a must, and take that extra 5 minutes to fill out all the “about you” information. First impressions are important and lasting. What do your social media profiles say about you?