Public Relations

Creating a Successful Social Media Campaign

Successful social media campaigns. We love them. We want them. But how do we build them? Just because your 14-year-old cousin amassed an impressive Instagram following in six months by winging it doesn’t mean you should follow suit. Your brand deserves a sound social media campaign strategy. Lucky for you, we’ve got a few concrete

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Death Star PR: Three Ways the Galactic Empire Could Have Benefited From Good (Even Decent) PR

Darth Vader Masked Individual

Mos Eisely Spaceport, Tattooine (May 4, 2016)- One of my earliest memories is of watching Star Wars. To my innocent young mind everything about the galaxy far far away was black and white. Old Ben and Luke Skywalker were the architects of the shining city upon the hill and Darth Vader and his stormtroopers were

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Putting the “Man” in “Bauserwoman” PR

Connor Christiansen joined the Foundry as a Public Relations intern in May 2015. Connor focuses on writing press releases, coordinating interviews and, his favorite, posting to online community calendars. Occasionally, we let Connor break out of the intern corner and write for our blog. In honor of International Women’s Day, take a look at what

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Top 5 Takeaways from the “Yelp for Your Business – 101” Event

Yelp Event

Top 5 Takeaways from the “Yelp for Your Business – 101” Event, Hosted by Foundry Last week we hosted Michael Tragash, Yelp’s Senior Community Manager for Reno, to teach our clients and contacts about Yelp for Business. There was a lot of information dispensed throughout the hour-long presentation, so we’ve compiled our Top 5 Takeaways from

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Reno Rodeo Names Bauserman Group (Now Foundry) Agency for Public Relations and Social Media

The Reno Rodeo has selected the Foundry, a Reno-based advertising, marketing and communications agency to provide public relations and social media to the “Wildest, Richest, Rodeo in the West” which just celebrated its 95th year.

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Is the Press Release Dead?

In this video, Michael Pranikoff from PR Newswire answers that continually popular question: “Is the press release dead?” As a PR professional, I have watched the “Is the press release dead?” conversation take place my entire career. The answer, in short, is no. However, that does not mean that anyone practicing PR out there has free

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Q&A with Foundry’s Grammar Girl

Do you constantly have to grab for the AP Stylebook throughout your work day? Is it “lay” or is it “lie”? Should I use “affect” or “effect”? What about “who” vs. “whom”? My go-to resource has become Mignon Fogarty — better known as “Grammar Girl” — of QuickandDirtyTips.com. Her website and podcast provide — well just what you’d think: quick

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