12Jul

Around ten years ago, Twitter first introduced the idea of using the hashtag symbol as a means of grouping and searching for relevant content. Since then, the humble hashtag...

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23Jun

Leading crisis PR and strategic communications agency, Red Banyan recently expanded its growing team of seasoned communications experts with the hiring of Melissa Ayluardo as Senior Social Media Manager....

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09Jun
By: admin On: June 09, 2017 In: Blog, Government, News, Press Release, Public Relations, Uncategorized Comments: 0

Client advocate and communications expert Kenny Ames was recently featured in the National Journal for joining Red Banyan, a top public relations firm with offices in Washington, D.C. and...

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31May

Red Banyan, a top public relations firm, is pleased to announce Kenny Ames as its Director of Client Relations. Based out of the agency’s Washington, D.C. office, Ames brings...

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25Apr

Coffee chain Starbucks has been at the center of attention over the past week. All because of a weird colorful and calorie-dense new drink called the Unicorn Frappuccino. Available...

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20Apr
By: admin On: April 20, 2017 In: Blog, Florida Public Relations, Public Relations, Social Media Comments: 0

With online video content quickly becoming the go-to source of information and entertainment for modern consumers, it is easy to see why many businesses are now including this media...

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16Mar

Red Banyan’s very own Evan Nierman was recently invited to present at the International Crisis and Risk Communication Conference in Orlando, FL, one of the world’s most esteemed gatherings in the field...

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01Mar

The 2017 Oscars will definitely be remembered for its groundbreaking lineup of talented contenders, but, unfortunately, it will also be remembered for an unprecedented mistake that gave rise to...

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14Feb
By: admin On: February 14, 2017 In: Blog, Crisis PR, Florida Public Relations, Public Relations, Social Media Comments: 0

The United States Tennis Association (USTA) became the center of an embarrassing blunder when it mistakenly performed the Nazi-era version of Germany’s national anthem before a Fed Cup match...

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