Author Archives: emilywienberg

Instagram without the filter: a growing community on and offline

Emily Wienberg is currently Morrissey & Company’s PR intern. She is a senior studying public relations at Boston University. As an Android mobile device user, I haven’t had the pleasure of personally using Instagram (yet) but have enjoyed following the … Continue reading

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Posted in Reputation Props | Tagged android, application, Barack Obama, Burberry, community, community manager, instagram, iOS, iPhone, Jason Mraz, mobile, photo sharing, photography, Pinterest, Social Media, Tiffany & Company | Leave a comment

One tweet, free snacks: Pretzel Crisps delivers

Emily Wienberg is currently Morrissey & Company’s PR intern. She is a senior studying public relations at Boston University. When a company uses Twitter to give away free stuff, I’m instantly intrigued. Being a college student on a budget, I’m … Continue reading

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Loco for Boloco: How a burrito can affect your repuation

Emily Wienberg is currently Morrissey & Company’s PR intern. She is a senior studying public relations at Boston University. This week Boston.com celebrated its 16th birthday by hosting pop-up parties around the city, including one at the Boloco Commons location. … Continue reading

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Boosting Reputation and Connecting BU One Call at a Time

Emily Wienberg is currently Morrissey & Company’s PR intern. She is a senior studying public relations at Boston University. Recently, Boston University administrators and staff personally called over 4,300 freshmen and transfer students to see how they were adjusting to … Continue reading

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Posted in Reputation Props, Uncategorized | Tagged Boston University, community, Higher Education, Internal Communication, Kenneth Elmore, public relations, Reputation communications, student life, Tony Hsieh, Zappos | Leave a comment