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Is Your Restaurant Leveraging Social Media?

In blog, Featured News, social media by getpushing

What’s all the buzz about? Well, everyone must eat! We can all agree that food is part of our everyday lives. So, it’s no surprise that food is a leading topic on social media. Common trends like the gluten-free diet, fitness and clean eating, to social issues surrounding how our food is processed are popular. People are talking, so how …

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5 Things To Ask Your PR Firm Before Signing a Contract

In Communication by getpushing

What should a prospective client ask their preferred PR firm before doing business with them? Many are hesitant about hiring a public relations firm for various reasons. There is plenty a PR firm can do for a company and should be viewed as a valuable investment. Like any investment, however, it should be done with careful consideration. The team here …

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What I’ve Learned From My Internship At PTE

In internship, public relations, pushing the envelope, Reputation Management, Rise Up, social media by getpushing

Written by Shannon Carroll I have been given many incredible opportunities and experiences in the marketing and public relations industry from my internship with Pushing the Envelope. I had the privilege of working in a very professional, welcoming, and educational environment. Being able to be mentored by and learn from Diana, Vanessa and Samantha and all of the wonderful staff …

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CAN-SPAM and How it Affects Your Email Marketing

In Communication, Compass, copyrights, Email Communication, Email Marketing, marketing by getpushing

If you are using email in your business – you need to be aware of the CAN-SPAM Act. This Act sets the rules and establishes requirements for commercial messages, gives recipients the right to have you stop emailing them, and spells out tough penalties for violations. This Act covers all commercial messages, which the law defines as “any electronic mail …

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Veterans Day – Remembering Veterans Close to Us

In Uncategorized, Veteran Affairs by getpushing

To honor our servicemen and women this Veterans Day, the team at Pushing the Envelope would like to share stories, thoughts, and photos of veterans who have touched their lives. “Veterans Day is a special time. It’s a time to give respect, to reflect, to appreciate the sacrifices so many have given. My grandfather, father, father-in-law, uncle, and many friends have served …

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The 6th Annual CAN IT! Campaign Food Drive Kicked Off This Month

In CAN IT!, Push It Forward, southwest florida by getpushing

Can you believe the holidays are just around the corner? While you’re thinking about what yummy treats are in store at this year’s Thanksgiving table, why not do something to help those who may go hungry? Pushing the Envelope – along with a number of community partners – is working to make sure everyone has something to be thankful for …

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High Resolution Images vs. Low Resolution Images

In Compass, digital marketing, Graphics, photography by getpushing

Often times when dealing with print media you will repeatedly hear “high resolution” or “low resolution.” What is image resolution? Image resolution is the detail an image holds. “Why does that matter? My image is great quality!” That may hold true on your computer screen, but transitioning between different mediums affects the quality of an image. Digital and print are …

Pushing the Envelope Honored with 4 Awards at State Public Relations Event

In award, award of distinction, News, news releases by getpushing

Pushing the Envelope, Inc. (PTE), a local marketing communication firm was recently honored with four awards from the Florida Public Relations Association for public relations excellence. PTE won two Awards of Distinction and two Judges’ Awards. An Award of Distinction and a Judges’ Award were received for the firm’s annual food drive, CAN IT! Campaign. Another Award of Distinction was …

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Dissecting a Brand

In brand awareness, Branding, marketing by getpushing

By: Samantha Scott, APR Branding as a term has been used for a long, long time dating back to cattle ranchers who were trying to distinguish their cattle from their neighbors’. Still it’s used to differentiate one thing from another. However, in the overuse of the term we’ve lost a bit of the meaning. The purpose of this blog is …