About Stephanie Reed

Stephanie is a trained journalist and an experienced PR and social media professional, helping to promote businesses across a range of sectors including travel, technology and healthcare. Her work has included liaising closely with trade and consumer journalists - as well as influential bloggers - to gain positive press coverage about clients, organizing press events, managing social media campaigns and sourcing new business. Follow on Twitter and Google +.
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Earth month: Three things you can do to be more eco-friendly

Every business, no matter the size, can take steps to reduce their environmental impact. Blogger Stephanie Reed is celebrating earth month by suggesting three things you can start doing right now that will help preserve our planet.
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Small business blog tips

Do you think you don't have time to blog for your small business? Stephanie Reed explains why you should make time to blog and offers four tips to get you started.
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The healing power of the office prank

Want to make some extra cash by having a little fun with your coworkers? Blogger Stephanie Reed tells you what you need to do!
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How to unleash your creativity

Can you work at becoming more creative? Blogger Stephanie Reed says yes and offers four tips to help get those creative juices flowing!
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5 PR tips for small businesses

Sometimes it seems like there are just not enough hours in the day for small business owners. As a result, public relations (PR) activities are left on the back burner. Blogger Stephanie Reed has five PR tactics every small business should be doing.
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How to capitalize on the Super Bowl and Winter Olympics hype without spending big bucks

According to USA Today the average rate for a 30-second advertisement in the Super Bowl has increased by more than 70% during the past decade, reaching $4 million in 2013! Blogger Stephanie Reed explains why you don't need to spend big bucks to capitalize on events like the Super Bowl or Olympics.
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Building trust by revealing negatives

What do you do when your business has racked up its 13th consecutive annual loss? According to our newest blogger, Stephanie Reed, you tell the truth.
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