PR/PR is a full-service boutique publicity agency specializing in professional speakers, consultants, and non-fiction authors. We place our clients in front of their target audience through print media and online sources.

Online Trolls Getting You Down?

“Don’t feed the trolls” is now a well-worn adage for engaging online, and for good reason. Just as in life outside of the internets, some people exist solely to get a rise out of people. Unlike face-to-face interaction, your response to that often mindless prodding can be screen-capped, shared, and mocked to hundreds, thousands—even millions of other people. It’s why…

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Introducing: PR/PR’s Publicity Coaching Service

PR/PR is celebrating 20 years of providing publicity for our clients, and amid that festive backdrop we’re announcing a new service to herald in our anniversary. We’re excited to formally unveil our PR coaching service: A one-on-one, curated series of sessions with our President, Russell Trahan. Geared toward professional speakers, consultants, and non-fiction authors who may desire an audience that’s…

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17 Years Ago Today. Remembering Those We Lost.

I vividly remember sitting in my medical skills class, a sophomore at Cypress Creek High School, when an announcement came over the intercom instructing every teacher to turn on the TV. The boxy television anchored to the corner of the concrete block interior of the room flashed on, and the image of smoke billowing from the upper levels of the…

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Happy Birthday, Google Chrome

Hey folks! We hope you enjoyed your Labor Day weekend, but now we’re back at it at PR/PR HQ. On this week’s agenda? Birthdays! It was mine last week, but today we’re celebrating Google Chrome’s birthday. Don’t freak out, but it’s been 10 years since the ubiquitous search engine launched its own internet browser and released you from the digital…

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Rest in Peace, Senator John McCain

John McCain was a monumental American. In our time of increased acrimony, he urged us to embrace our better angels and return to a politics of civil discourse—where your political beliefs were just an aspect of who you are, not an indictment of your existence. He wore his maverick moniker well in the Senate, at times shirking the barriers of…

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Netflix is Experimenting With Commercials, and People are Very Upset

Netflix, also the company known for killing your Blockbuster-fueled childhood, is tinkering with its streaming services—and people are mad online. Over the weekend some Netflix users—their subscribers number over 100 million—began seeing something new in between episodes on their latest binge: commercials. While not commercials in the traditional sense, the media streaming company has been testing the idea of including…

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