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Using Social Media Channels to Help Journalists Do Their Jobs

The go-to methods for providing journalists with story ideas or story sources have changed with the times. First, there was the phone. Then, e-mail arrived and made a journalist’s inbox forever...

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NMC Senior Account Coordinator Rose Whitehouse Retires

This week’s Friday Fab Foto is bittersweet for the staff at NMC—after 11 years, NMC Senior Account Coordinator Rose Whitehouse is retiring today. She stole the scene from day one, and quickly became...

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The Art of Brand Communication

When you think of a museum, what comes to mind? Do you envision a forward-thinking, branding machine that brings art to life on your phone, through an artist-inspired cocktail, or by offering Free...

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Should You Trade Google Alerts For Newsle?

Newsle is yet another of the latest social media platforms that is trending right now and the intrepid folks at NMC are here to tell you whether or not you should pay any attention to it. You should....

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Hallowell Homecoming Extravaganza

NMC client and local filmmaker Chris Walters celebrated his recent meetings with Hollywood producers by hosting a Hallowell Homecoming Extravaganza on Sunday, June 2 at Maple Hill Farm. The event...

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How To Connect Your YouTube and Google+ Pages

You can link your Google+ page to your business’s YouTube channel to gain advanced channel management features. You will be able to let multiple people manage your YouTube channel, as well as manage...

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Almost Home Rescue: Where Volunteers Make A Difference

Just about everyone in the NMC office has a pet that they brag about, posting pictures on their office walls, desks and more! As animal lovers, we can appreciate the work of nonprofit organizations...

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Your Website is the Centerpiece of Your Marketing Program

When you are setting a table for a formal dinner party, you place something beautiful in the center of the table like candles, flowers or a bowl of colorful fruit. This centerpiece ties everything on...

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Nancy Marshall Communications Staff Members Complete Trek Across Maine

Last weekend, Nancy Marshall and Jen Boes rode 180 miles over three days in the Trek Across Maine to benefit the American Lung Association of New England. On Saturday, the NMC Social Media Squad worked...

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Blogger with a Knack for Content Development and Innovative Marketing

A recent study by Vocus shows that bloggers rank highly with consumers for trust, popularity, and influence, and this week’s Monday Maine Maven is a blogger who has gained popularity in Maine for his...

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Social Networking Does Not Replace In-Person Networking

From time to time, I meet with young professionals who are starting out in their careers and need to make connections. Some of them have the idea that they can use LinkedIn and Facebook exclusively to...

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Great Success for Julia Clukey’s Camp for Girls

Today marks the conclusion of the 2nd annual Julia Clukey’s Camp for Girls. The 10-day camp ran June 17-21 and 24-28 on Maranacook Lake in Readfield, Maine. The camp is designed for girls 8-12 as a...

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Kylie Keene: From Spokester to Tour Correspondent

Is this week’s Monday Maine Maven the next big name in entertainment media? Kylie Keene is well on her way! You may recognize Kylie as the Young & Free Maine Spokester, an outreach program by...

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“Hello Charlie”– 6 Tips for Public Speaking

Years ago, when I was a recent performing arts graduate, I took part in a nationwide audition for the remake of Charlie’s Angels. Armed with the bravado and naiveté of youth, I made it to the...

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Creating a Catalyst for Change

“You must be the change you wish to see in the world.” –Mahatma Gandhi It is one of the most recognized quotes from Gandhi, and this week’s Monday Maine Maven, Kyle Poissonnier, brings the idea to...

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Public Relations: It’s a Mindset, Not a One-Time Activity

Three Tips to Generate PR on an Ongoing Basis I frequently talk with clients who say that they want to do “a little bit of PR.” When I hear that, I sometimes have to bite my tongue so as not to say...

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The Lunder Collection: A Gift of Art to Colby College

On Tuesday, I had the privilege of previewing the Lunder Collection at the Colby Museum of Art. The space is awe inspiring. I am so proud of my alma mater for having a museum of this significance right...

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Em Robertson Makes her Mark with Mprint

New York City, Boston, California, Canada and Presque Isle are some of the places this week’s Monday Maine Maven has called home. Em Robertson is the owner and designer of Mprint jewelry, a Maine-based...

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Protecting Your Privacy and Embracing Facebook Graph Search

Facebook sure has come a long way from its inception almost 10 years ago. A universal theme throughout its existence has been how to maintain one’s privacy, while remaining social. Many people were...

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Melanie Randall: Inspiring Others to Live and Dance Strong

Everyone has their own ways of dealing with a loss, and this week’s Monday Maine Maven, Melanie Randall, decided to take one of the most difficult times in her life, and turn it into something...

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