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A Working Mom’s Guide to Survival in 2020

A Working Mom’s Guide to Survival in 2020

And just like that, it’s the end of a decade. One of my favorite memories from the past ten years is the birth of my son, Zachary, who is now two and a half. In these two years alone, he’s helped me learn patience (and tested it, too), compassion, and most...

5 Ways to Land a Tech PR Job

5 Ways to Land a Tech PR Job

So, you want to be a tech PR rockstar? We’ve all been there. Either you’ve got some experience and you’re looking to make a move into tech PR, or you’ve got very little experience and you’re looking to break into the industry. Common sense and gusto can get you...

[Podcast] Do You Know How to Make a Media List?

[Podcast] Do You Know How to Make a Media List?

 Recruitment and hiring are cornerstones of any growing business. Whether you're developing an agency from the ground up or looking to bring fresh talent into an established organization, it's important to find people with the right skills and attitude to push your...

March Communications is Hiring

March Communications is Hiring

Do you enjoy working with sharp, like-minded individuals with a passion for technology and a thirst for creativity? Would you thrive in a challenging, inspiring, fast-paced environment? Would you like to shoot pool or play darts and foosball during your lunch break?...

[Video] Content Marketing as a Recruitment Tool

[Video] Content Marketing as a Recruitment Tool

Content marketing is typically seen as just that - a marketing tool, one you can use to develop awareness of your business, earn leads and build business. But you should also be writing and creating content for other audiences, like potential employees. In this video,...

[Podcast] Surprise Macarons with BU’s PRLab

[Podcast] Surprise Macarons with BU’s PRLab

 Whether you're hiring for a PR agency or an in-house marketing team, it's helpful to know as much as possible about the capabilities, expectations and possibilities of your potential future employees. That's why Hacks and Flacks brought in Amy Shanler, Associate...