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When it comes to messaging, one size doesn’t fit all

by Michael Szudarek Two years ago—in an effort to draw new talent—Yahoo announced that it was doubling the amount of paid maternity and paternity leave the tech company offers new parents. New mothers can take 16 [...]

September 2nd, 2015|Blog, Public Relations|0 Comments

A Victory for LGBT Rights; A Celebration for All of Society

by Michael Layne It isn’t every day when the personal and the historic “collide” in a joyous and meaningful way. This past weekend, the women and men of Marx Layne & Co. were proud to have [...]

August 24th, 2015|Blog, Public Relations|0 Comments

How will autonomous fleets change truck driving?

TU-Automotive published an interesting white paper today on connected/autonomous vehicles and the heavy truck industry. For companies innovating in this space, this segment (the heavy vehicle side) is ripe with opportunity.  The American Trucking Associations estimates [...]

August 6th, 2015|Automotive, Blog|0 Comments

Why your SEO strategy should start with media relations

For as long as search engine optimization (SEO) professionals have been working on getting their clients to outrank competitors in Google search, there have been major and minor freak-outs in the SEO community every time [...]

August 5th, 2015|Blog, Public Relations, Social Media|0 Comments

In the Age of the Liquid Web, Content is King

Media consuming habits are evolving in a crucial way, inspired by the devices we use to access the web. We’ve become a society where instant access to global information is always available whenever­—and wherever—we want it. [...]

August 5th, 2015|Blog, Public Relations, Social Media|0 Comments

PR Gameplan for Mergers and Acquisitions

Mergers and acquisitions are critical events in the life of a company. They impact key executives and staff, the community and existing and prospective business alliances. They also affect future profitability and the company’s reputation. [...]