Public Relations
Strengthening Digital Capabilities in Rapidly Changing Communication Climate  O’Connor Connective, a strategic communications consulting firm dedicated to advancing community-minded leaders and their organizations, announces the addition of Gabriela (Gabi) Amaro to its team as a web developer and designer. This hire underscores the company’s commitment to delivering impactful results for our clients through digital, strategic...
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Nina Nolan Rouse Joins O’Connor Connective as President O’Connor Connective, a strategic communications and consulting firm for companies and nonprofits, announces Nina Nolan Rouse as the organization’s president, effective July 8, 2024. This will allow founder and CEO Bridget O’Connor to focus on client strategy and growth as the firm expands its reach and services. ...
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crisis communication
A crisis can happen at any time. Whether it’s a natural disaster or a data breach, your business needs to be prepared. Most organizations have logistics-related plans prepared, such as mapping out what to do if a facility cannot be used for a while, but few have plans in place on how to communicate internally...
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Email marketing and communication
When it comes to connecting with clients and donors, organizations have several options to choose from, but research shows email marketing is still a proven way to connect with your audience.
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Digital services
Technology is continuously changing, and the way technology is used in communications is changing just as quickly. Keeping up is essential if you want to effectively connect with your customers, employees, prospects and stakeholders. With so much change it’s hard to keep pace and see through the buzz to determine if a new product or...
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Your business has good news to share — maybe you won an award or added new employees. Ten years ago, sending out a standard news release was all you needed to do to get it published in the local newspaper. But as newspapers have slimmed down — or disappeared altogether — that’s no longer a...
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