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December 16, 2014

St. Ives Makes Adweek’s List of Top Tumblr Posts of 2014

Kaplow’s work with St. Ives landed us on Adweek’s list of Tumblr’s Top 20 Sponsored Posts of 2014! See all the top contenders and check out our wanderlust-inducing GIF in the #2 spot here.

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April 4, 2014

PR News: How Skype Transformed its Image With Branded Content

We’re all journalists now. Kaplow and Skype were recently featured in PR News to discuss their award-winning branded content program: PR has changed radically in the last few years, and the tools in our arsenal seem to expand on an almost daily basis. Perhaps none has been getting as much attention as the advent of branded content. […]

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March 21, 2014

Kaplow and Skype Win a 2014 Bulldog Reporter Award

Kaplow and Skype are proud to be one of the 98 recipients of 2014 Bulldog Reporter Awards! See the winning video for “Best Use of Broadcast Video Business/Consumer” – all about connecting the world through reading: See the full list of winning campaigns here: 2014 Bulldog Awards for Excellence in Media and Publicity Campaigns

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February 10, 2014

The Daily Muse interviews Liz Kaplow

In a recent Daily Muse interview, President and CEO Liz Kaplow shares how she got her start in public relations and advice for those beginning their careers. Speaking about the PR landscape today, she says, “You really have to be much more 360-degrees in your skill set than before… it presents an interesting opportunity for young […]

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November 21, 2013

Kaplow and Skype win Global SABRE Award for Branded Journalism

Kaplow’s Branded Journalism program with Skype was named one of the top 50 global PR campaigns of 2013 by The Holmes Report! Speaking about the Global SABRE Awards, Paul Holmes, editor and publisher of The Holmes Report says, “There’s no other public relations awards competition that draws nearly so many entries, and so these campaigns can […]

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