PMG PRoFile: Charlotte Longley

Posted June 25, 2015 by

Meet Charlotte Longley, an Account Executive at PMG’s Vermont office.
How long have you worked in PR? 2.5 years.
Why did you opt for a career in PR? Because I knew I could never become an author (who can sit in solitude all day staring a blank page?) I’ve always loved to write and tell stories, and ... Read more


PMG PROfile: Michelle Juralewicz

Posted June 17, 2015 by


We’re starting a new series on our blog to introduce you to some of the people who are making good at our firm and for our clients, and we kick it off today! On a weekly basis you’ll learn more about PMG’s public relations pros through our PROfiles.
Meet Michelle Juralewicz, a Senior Account Executive at ... Read more


Our Social Kids

Posted May 26, 2015 by

If you have a tween who has a tech device of any kind (think: iPad, phone, Kindle), you probably have been asked, “When can I have an Instagram account?” Or, any social media account. And, if you have been badgered enough by your kiddo, you may have acquiesced and helped them set up the account, ensuring that the ... Read more


The Key to The Success of #TheDress

Posted February 27, 2015 by

Your morning likely started out like any other: You yawned, did a nice stretch, wiped the sleep from your eyes – and then grabbed your smart phone device for a quick scroll through social media only to find that a black and blue, white and gold, or WHATEVER dress had Taken. Over. The. Internet.

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People Making Good PR Co-Founder and Partner Nicole Junas Ravlin Named “2015 Woman of Influence in the Food Industry” by The Griffin Report

Posted February 5, 2015 by

The Griffin Report recently announced Nicole Junas Ravlin, Co-Founder and Partner, People Making Good™ PR will be inducted as a 2015 “Women of Influence in the Food Industry” in the publication’s tenth annual edition of the list.
This prestigious tribute honors women nominated by their peers for their highly visible contributions to the food industry, ... Read more


People Making Good PR Adds Two Senior Team Members in Boston Office

Posted January 20, 2015 by

People Making Good PR™ is pleased to announce the addition of two new associates in its Boston, Mass., office: Claire Storrs and Michelle Juralewicz.
Claire Storrs joins People Making Good PR as an Account Supervisor. Storrs will manage a team of publicists and work with clients on communications strategy and concepts.
Most recently, Storrs served ... Read more


A Year in Review: PMG’s Top 10 Blog Posts in 2014

Posted January 2, 2015 by

The holidays have come and gone and the new year is upon us. At PMG, January means a lot of travel and the beginning of trade show season. But before we jump into the new year, today seems like the perfect time to reflect on 2014, and so we bring you a PMG year in review…blog ... Read more


Are We Too Critical of Brand Social Media?

Posted December 16, 2014 by

In the workplace, I identify myself as a public relations and social media professional. I can’t speak for all social media managers, but when I see a brand’s tweet, Instagram post, or Facebook post go viral (for the wrong reasons), I cringe, have a moment of catharsis, and think, “Thank goodness that wasn’t me.”
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Phil Tucker Joins People Making Good PR as Account Director in Vermont Office

Posted November 24, 2014 by

People Making Good PR™ has hired Phil Tucker as Account Director, a senior position at the public relations agency with offices in Burlington Vt. and Boston Ma. Tucker brings meaningful, agency-side experience to PMG.
Previously, Tucker served as Account Director at Jager Di Paola Kemp Design, working with clients including Burton Snowboards, Giant Bicycle, and ... Read more


You Are, Who You Are, Who You Are

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The following is a guest post from PMG fall intern Haley Brennan. Haley is a junior at Champlain College studying public relations.
As a young professional raised in the age of social media, I have begun to realize all too well how being yourself online can get you in trouble. Thanks to social media, we ... Read more