Why Public Relations Matters: How to Build Your Reputation and Earn Trust
As public relations professionals, a question we often hear is, “How is PR different from marketing?” In our increasingly blurred world of digital communications, it’s a good – and important – question to consider when evaluating your business’s goals and desired...
MyHart Communications Public Relations Award Season
The past two years put many businesses through the wringer. But that sparked more critical thinking, creativity and innovation in our marketing strategies. Seeing all the hard work pay off is icing on the cake. More importantly, we achieved success with our clients...
Wow! We are celebrating five years in business. It’s hard to believe that we have passed this incredible milestone. We owe our success to you – our clients, our colleagues, our family and our friends. Thank you!
MyHart Communications Brings Home the Gold
We are honored to receive recognition from our peers at the Public Relations Society of America Houston chapter at its 2020 annual Excalibur Awards ceremony.
Right Words Right Time: Matching Your Message to the Times
Before approaching your next marketing effort, consider this checklist as you develop your communication strategy.
It’s MyHart Communications 4th Anniversary!
We are excited and extremely grateful to celebrate our fourth year in business. Thank you to all of our wonderful clients – without you we wouldn’t be in business.
Guests in the West
MyHart Communications shared their wisdom on Sherman On’s “Guest in the West” podcast produced by NowMedia Radio and the Houston West Chamber of Commerce.
Are You Communicating Effectively During the Coronavirus Crisis?
Bob Dylan’s lyric “The times they are a-changing” is an apt description of our new normal as the world grapples with the coronavirus pandemic.
What Makes You Special?
Every business owner or leader, inventor, speaker, and author believe they have the best product, service or advice. But can they convince you?
Participate – involvement leads to rewards
I joined IABC Houston many years ago and also attend luncheons, conferences and even happy hours as time and money allow. Is it worth it? Absolutely.