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    Breakthrough Communication Tips

    In today’s Screen Age, it’s more challenging – and interesting – to communicate a message. How do you create breakthrough messages? Start with your brand. Everything starts and stops with your brand, which you must constantly care and feed. Are you relentlessly committed to walking the walk? Focus on your audience’s needs and interests. Who […]

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    Great messages are the key to business success.

    Yet, since Weinstein PR’s founding, not once has a client come to a meeting and said, “These are the messages we want to deliver about our organization.” Keys to getting messages across are consistency and repetition, but what makes them memorable — and worth repeating? One of our favorite books is “Made to Stick” (admittedly, […]

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    The Trust Index

    Developed by the Great Places to Work Institute (a Weinstein PR client that develops lists like Fortune’s 100 Best Companies To Work For and Best Small & Medium Workplaces), The Trust Index has been well honed over GPWI’s 25-plus years of researching and consulting with thousands of organizations, from nonprofits to Fortune 500 companies. Weinstein PR’s own work […]

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    Meet-Less Mondays

    Did you hear that sigh of relief as the world comes screeching to a stop? That audible stillness in the air? The very idea of not being in meetings takes us to our happy place. OK, the world may not be ready for no meetings. But what if we abstain from meeting one day each […]

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    Employee Communications Manifesto

    People want to work, and they are quite dedicated to their employers. Yet many organizations don’t go out of their way to communicate effectively with employees, nor do they really ask them how their businesses can be improved. To help our clients include their employees in establishing company goals, Weinstein Public Relations created our Employee […]

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    Education

    Weinstein PR does extensive work in the education space. Just a few examples: Beaverton School District’s “Hope for the Future” community conversations, public affairs for Reed College, helping Lewis & Clark’s Communications Department identify strong stories to publicize, Oregon College of Art & Crafts events and academic planning, and PNCA’s campus brand plan and expansion […]

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    Reputation Matters

    Weinstein PR helps enhance reputations and build brands. How is your organization actively building its reputation? Assessment starts by asking yourself: What are your strengths and opportunities, and where are you vulnerable? Are you prepared for a crisis? What messages and stories are you delivering? What relationships need nurturing? Then start driving your reputation in […]

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    Social Media and Your Brand

    When done right, social media can: Amplify your brand attributes and values; Build loyalty with your core audience; and Start a conversation where you can listen and learn from current and future clients. Our social media philosophy: Attract. Create compelling content that grabs your desired audience’s attention with authentic and relatable stories, photos, videos, conversations, […]

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    Weinstein PR Takes on the Columbia Gorge

    The Dalles, Ore. (June 25, 2014) — Weinstein Public Relations (WPR), a boutique strategic communications firm with offices in The Dalles and Portland, Oregon, today announced that it has been awarded work by the Hood River County Chamber of Commerce and Mt. Hood/Columbia River Gorge Region Tourism Alliance – and is continuing to work with […]

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    WPR Adds Clients

    PORTLAND, Ore. (January 14, 2014) — Weinstein Public Relations (WPR), a boutique strategic communications firm with offices in Portland and the Columbia Gorge, today announced the addition of five prestigious new clients including law firm Miller Nash, the Oregon Episcopal School, residential development Hassalo on Eighth, performance apparel company Sunday Afternoons and non-profit The Freshwater […]

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    Oregon’s True North

    America’s political industry is built to focus on what divides us. It’s how elections are won. Oregon’s unique Values & Beliefs Survey, begun in 1992 and conducted in 2002 and 2013, however, shows us what unites Oregonians. The esteemed Oregon survey research firm, Davis, Hibbetts & Midghall, Inc., conducted the survey, which this year was […]

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    Student Savings Accounts

    Parents of three mid-valley students were selected to receive a $1,000 savings account as part of the “Think Big, Save For College” summer reading program their children participated in at Oregon libraries over the summer. In all, 13 students were selected by a random drawing from among 4,525 children and teens who entered the Oregon […]