Is Social Media Truly Free? No Comments

Is Social Media Truly Free?

Yes and no. Yes, you can create your social media sites for free. But it costs to develop the strategies and create the content that will generate followers, build your brand and help sell your product, cause or organization. Don’t just take our word for it. See the quotes of the Read more
8 Tips for Writing Speeches that Move People 2 Comments

8 Tips for Writing Speeches that Move People

Guest Post by Cary Walker   WHY DO SPEECHES MATTER? A good speech informs. A good speech persuades. A good speech entertains. But, most of all, a good speech inspires. It calls the audience to action. Here are some tips for writing a good speech. 1. Start with a topic that interests you. You might Read more
Can I Use That Picture? 1 Comment

Can I Use That Picture?

With Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, blogs and more, there’s more visual properties on line every day, leading to questions about whether you can use a photo or image you’ve found online to illustrate your own blog or other publication. The answer is generally no – unless you have the permission of the Read more
Having an Effective Storyteller 1 Comment

Having an Effective Storyteller

Jonah Marks is just 11, and he’s already mastered the art of storytelling. He developed his storytelling skills over the years by explaining his Type 1 diabetes to his classmates at the beginning of each school year. He essentially tells them that his pancreas doesn’t work like theirs, and then Read more
Party with a Robot April 8 No Comments

Party with a Robot April 8

Forget the Terminator and Chappie. Here's a chance to party with robots who can perform surgery, protect soldiers on the battlefield, read your mind to control a flying helicopter and teach kids about technology. The Silicon Valley Robot Block Party at the WilmerHale Law Firm in Palo Alto will feature Read more
Storytelling, Fundraising & a Fox Tale 1 Comment

Storytelling, Fundraising & a Fox Tale

Storytelling can generate the media coverage that will help nonprofits raise funds, especially when the subject is an incredibly cute endangered fox. The Catalina Island fox population had once been as low as 100, but it has rebounded to more than 1,700, thanks to the hard work of the Catalina Read more
Client News: KNX Interview No Comments

Client News: KNX Interview

Dr. Michael Yeaman, an LA BioMed researcher who's helping develop a vaccine against the "superbug" MRSA, is interviewed on KNX News Radio's Spotlight on superbugs, an hour-long special broadcast on the region's only all-news radio station. KNX reaches more than 1 million listeners a week. To hear the broadcast, please Read more
Client News: Superbug Vaccine No Comments

Client News: Superbug Vaccine

Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center's report that more than 100 patients were exposed to the Superbug CRE and two have died from infections caused by the CRE exposure triggered new interest in the development of a vaccine for another Superbug, MRSA, by researchers at our client, LA BioMed. KNBC-TV aired Read more