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August 15th, 2014

Voce Student Weekly Reading 8/12/14: Twitter Testing Abounds, Facebook Ditches Like-Gating and More

Welcome to the Voce Student Weekly Reading, your guide on the latest communications industry trends, job listings and career information. It’s everything you need to know to go from aspiring communications professional to interview-ready applicant! Social Media Your Twitter Feed May Soon Be Filled With Accounts You Don’t Follow “The social platform, which is known […]

Filed in Career Development, Public Relations, Social Media, Weekly Reading

August 15th, 2013

Remembering Amelie

In memory of Amelie LeMoullac, one of our beloved family members here at Voce/Porter Novelli. We miss you dearly. We will miss your smile, your humor, your wit and your friendship. You are irreplaceable and unforgettable. Our thoughts are with Amelie’s family and friends.

Filed in Voce News

July 9th, 2013

Introducing PNConnect

(NOTE: This was originally posted on the PNConnect Blog) For several years now we’ve been working with some of the biggest brands in the world on the execution of their digital strategies. Our focus has always been on the new ways we could help our clients create business value, be that for the purpose of […]

Filed in Voce News

May 2nd, 2013

Voce Weekly Reading: 5/2/13

Filed in Weekly Reading

April 30th, 2013

Stop By And Meet Voce

Voce’s having an open house. Come by our San Francisco office and meet the most energetic, creative firm in Silicon Valley and learn what Voce is all about. No need to RSVP. Just stop by and find out what we’re doing to fire up public relations and social media. 550 Third Street San Francisco, CA […]

Filed in Voce News

February 25th, 2013

Voce Monday Morning Reading: 2/25/13

Marketers know the value of social data but interpretation remains a challenge: This is a vital role that agencies play, interpreting the data that comes out of the publishing programs and turning that into intelligence to base business decisions off of, not only in how to improve the program itself but what audience sentiment and insights […]

Filed in Marketing, Programming

January 28th, 2013

Voce Monday Morning Five: 1/28/13

Even if It Enrages Your Boss, Social Net Speech Is Protected: While it may eventually become settled policy that an employer cannot fire someone for what they say on social media there can still be discouragements about doing so that lay out the potential downsides. More here. Twitter Blog: An update to embedded Tweets: Some very nice […]

Filed in Social Networks

January 21st, 2013

Voce Monday Morning Five: 01/21/13

New MySpace opens to the public: The lingering question is what need does this fill for the average person? The revamped site has been playing up its multimedia capabilities but it remains to be seen if regular people are going to be creating enough high-quality video to share here regularly since they have Instagram for photos, […]

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January 14th, 2013

Voce Monday Morning Five: 1/14/13

Youtube’s evolution from cute cat videos to Gangnam Style: This says more about the aesthetics of and mass participation in web culture than anything else. As web culture has become more about inclusion (“going viral”) vs. being “first to publish” that obscure piece of content, aesthetics have trended towards that which is most easily consumed by […]

Filed in Marketing, Media, Publishing Programs

January 11th, 2013

Voce’s 2013 CES Media Dinner

For the sixth year in a row we hosted the Voce CES Media Dinner, a gathering of Voce clients, employees and the top tech journalists in the industry. Away from the flowing currents of people filing the halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center, the annual media dinner is an opportunity to slow down from […]

Filed in Voce Clients, Voce Culture