Did the Pilgrims Start Fake News?

Every year, when I reflect on what I’m thankful for, our clients and colleagues rank at the top of the list. But this year, I have a three-way tie. This year, more than ever, I am also thankful for a free press. While it’s my job to stay abreast of headlines and trends, and right…

Social Media Policy At Work

Social Media Policy, Politics, and Personal Expression

It’s social media policy review season again…still? The confluence of Halloween, the Midterm Elections, the Kavanaugh confirmation process, reaction to the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting has increased questions from clients, colleagues, partners and the influencers in our network about how to review their own social media policy for relevance and effectiveness. What’s too strict?…

LInkedIn and WSJ Reporters Both Deliver Audience

What LinkedIn and The Wall Street Journal Have In Common

The Wall Street Journal is, in media relations world, the holy grail. A neutral-to-positive story on B1 delivers instant awareness among an incredibly tight audience of highly relevant professionals – competitors, investors, and potential investors, partners and market makers – to any business. Back in the day (ok, last Tuesday) when we asked prospective clients…

Your Vote Counts

Do Your Employees Vote?

As you know, November 6 is election day in the U.S. and here at Double Forte we take our civic duties seriously. And so to foster a culture of engagement, accountability, and even civil discourse, this year we’ve updated our employee handbook to encourage the team to get out and vote. We’ve always allotted some…

At Double Forte, we have plenty to say!

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