Thursday, March 21, 2019
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Alison Podworski

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Alison Podworski is the President and CEO of Alison May Public Relations. She is a former news reporter, who has worked throughout the Northeast at television stations in New York, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Alison uses her expertise in journalism to educate her clients in media training and crisis communications. She has garnered coverage for her clients in media outlets such as NBC News, MNSBC, Huffington Post, Aol.Com and The Washington Post. The entrepreneur is also a moderator and keynote speaker on topics including public relations, reputation management and social media.

Ten Brands You Should Follow on Snapchat

It’s the fastest growing social media platform out there, but many companies are hesitant to jump on board with it. I’m talking about Snapchat....

I’m on Snapchat. Now What?

You have probably been hearing a lot about Snapchat around work. Your kids are most likely on it and celebrities and companies around the...

Snapchat: Is Your Business On It Yet?

I have to admit that when Kyle Reyes of The Silent Partner Marketing told me to get on Snapchat, I was apprehensive. I thought...

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Top 20 Black Friday Shopping Tips to Snag the Best Deals

As the holiday season quickly approaches, so too does the biggest shopping day of the year: Black Friday! I was introduced to Black Friday years...

5 reasons why we hate conference calls

Conference calls are the bane of my life and if you are reading this I’m guessing maybe yours too? They have become so clichéd...

Ten great apps for small and home businesses

When you’re working for yourself, it can sometimes feel like you have so many tasks to perform that you don’t have time to focus...
3 new year’s resolution to boost your startup in 2017

3 New Year’s Resolution To Boost Your Startup in 2017

The list of classic New Year’s resolutions that everyone makes but rarely sticks to is long, tired and no doubt very familiar. Make more time...

8 Reasons Leadership Means Selling

I was recently presented with an interesting challenge. In a more or less routine process of regular performance evaluation I found myself in strong...
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