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Integrated Situation Management

Why is brand consistency important?

Have you ever wondered why some websites, blogs or social media accounts gain more traction and engagement than others? Or why some consumer products are purchased over and over again compared to the same products made by different brands? In today’s digital world, where online users have thousands of messages flooding their screens each day, building a strong and recognizable…

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Sinclair Advice Column: Maneuvering the Post- College Void

It’s that time of the year again- caps and gowns are dawned, pictures are taken, and congratulations are given and received. College graduation is an exciting milestone, but it is often one without direction. Up until this point, your life has been paved for you. School is structured- filled with requirements, boxes to check and peers to measure yourself against….

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5 things you need to know if you’re reopening a business in North Carolina

Blog 5 in the Emerging From COVID-19 series 1. Make a plan Planning out your reopening should happen before your doors open. There are a lot of different factors impacting how and when your business may reopen, but having a plan will help you identify and address various aspects that may stall or prevent you from reopening. While making a…

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No Communication Strategy? No Re-opening Plan

Blog 4 in the Emerging From COVID-19 series During periods of rapid change, communication becomes even more important. If a company does ultimately decide to send its employees back to the office under the safety of the vaccine, business owners need to remember that some people are still concerned for their health in the wake of re-opening. Utilizing basic crisis…

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Noisy Election? No Problem

How the South Carolina Association of REALTORSⓇ ensured their messages stood out during an unprecedented election season Successful independent expenditure campaigns don’t have to be negative in nature, or funded by dark money groups to help our clients’ campaigns stand out. Sinclair transforms this negative perception by disseminating positive media that focuses on what candidates have done for their constituents-…

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Above the Noise

How the North Carolina Association of REALTORSⓇ ensured their messages were heard amid an unprecedented election season Sinclair Public Affairs has proven time and time again that successful independent expenditure campaigns don’t have to be negative in nature, or funded by dark money groups. Sinclair transforms this negative perception by disseminating positive media that focuses on what candidates have done…

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Don’t Judge A Campaign By Its Cover

How to facilitate an honest, and influential Independent Expenditure campaign without playing dirty  Throughout every campaign season, voters are exposed to countless, dozens (or hundreds!) of election cycle advertising. From television and radio to social media and mailers, campaign ads are seemingly everywhere and then abruptly gone on election day.    What may be less obvious to voters are what are known…

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The Benefits of Virtual Communication

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a steady rise in remote and work-from-home employees. Although the pandemic has caused unprecedented hardships across the nation- many companies and organizations are also beginning to realize the benefits of this unexpected transition. Not only is it less expensive to operate remotely, but most are finding that business can often…

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