• The thought of creating 30 days of content in one day might seem daunting. However, it doesn't have to be!

  • In today’s digital world, social content creators with niche audiences can often offer more value to brands.

  • As a small business, we understand the importance of community support and the collective effort needed for local businesses to thrive and expand.

  • Spring cleaning can be tedious and overwhelming though it’s essential for maintaining organization and consistency.

  • People often ask us what public relations is - is it media relations? Writing news releases and key messages? Branding, social media strategy and content development? Thought leadership columns and speaking engagements? Analytics and measurement?

  • March is Women’s History Month.

  • Black History Month is an important time to remember, recognize and celebrate Black leaders. We're spotlighting locals who make a great impact in our community, from education and communication to public service and beyond.

  • January is always refreshing as the new year starts off, but we definitely welcomed 2021 with especially open arms. While 2021 has still presented its hardships already, a great way to create hope for the new year, both in your personal life and busi

  • The holidays are upon us, and it’s time to give back to your online audience.

  • COVID-19 Crisis Communication Plan

  • Sharing JJPR's list of top 18 clients we worked on in 2018.

  • Think you know the ins and outs of public relations? Read our tips and tricks we live by in order to get the job done! Then, take our PR Quiz to see if you could have a future in the industry.

  • With social media holding the megaphone for nearly every business these days, it can be difficult to understand why media relations is still important for your brand.

  • This past week we were thrilled to take home a total of five awards, including Best of Show from the Public Relations Council of Alabama’s (PRCA) Medallion Awards.

  • December is a month for making lists and checking them twice.

  • With Thanksgiving fast approaching, it’s only fitting we take a moment to recognize all we are thankful for here at JJPR

  • The holidays are right around the corner, and according to the Seattle Times, if this year is anything like last, 80 percent of companies nationwide will be hosting holiday parties. If you’re in charge of planning your company’s party, th

  • Choosing the perfect venue for your event can be intimidating – it’s the detail that everyone remembers and the place where your event begins and ends. So much hinges on selecting the ideal location for your event from the date, to the décor, to the.

  • From setting the date and picking the perfect venue to selecting décor and promoting your event, there’s a lot to think about during the event planning process. As you generate interest for your event, it’s important not to forget the people who’ll m

  • Somehow, summer is already coming to a close. It seems as if back-to-school campaigns and pumpkin spice latte advertisements have been popping up everywhere the past few weeks (even in Alabama, where sipping on a PSL in 90 degree weather just doesn’t

  • Beginning an internship can be a tough transition. In fact, starting out in any new environment can be difficult when you aren’t quite sure what to expect. Before days in the office become a routine, finding your niche can be quite the challenge. And

  • With multiple client events taking place simultaneously and lots of new projects coming in, we’ve sure been busy lately. And while some of the girls have been off gallivanting across the country for client meetings, I’ve been here plugging away at de

  • When we tell people we plan events as part of our agency services, we often see starry eyes and giddy faces. But for those who are event professionals, the response is usually “Bless your heart,” because they know just how much hard work and planning

  • With years of event planning under our belts and a summer chock-full of exciting client events, we’ve had planning top of mind lately. We’ve already dispelled a few common myths about event planning and lent some high-level advice on strategy and pro

  • We love what we do, but often find that people do not quite understand everything that goes into planning an event. Being an event planner demands specific background, expertise and know-how. We serve as the PR people, marketers, copywriters, social

  • There’s nothing quite like summer in Alabama—the intense heat, the fun community events, the God-send that is a refreshing glass of ice-cold sweet tea. And while the weather is heating up, so is business. Of course, we’ve paused for family vacations

  • Somehow, it’s already spring. Not that we’re complaining – we are loving the warmer weather and longer hours of sunshine each day. With a new season comes many other new things, and the JJPR office is no exception. Here’s what we have been buzzing ab

  • Academic experience is invaluable. On the job training? Even better. However, being the intern can be intimidating, especially when you’re working alongside professionals who have been rocking the industry for years. So when I first began my internsh

  • Mardi Gras quickly came and went, and the JJPR team has not slowed down. In fact, we are busier than ever! But, we still find time to chat over coffee, lunch or a happy hour Sonic drink. Here is what we have been buzzing about...

  • Social media is an excellent way to drive traffic, gain attention and interact with users. In fact, visual content is more than 40 times more likely to get shared on social media than other types of content. You can make an immediate and lasting impr

  • We all love shortcuts for our social media apps that make our lives easier. So, we’ve put together a few of our favorite tips and tricks for Instagram. If you’re really ready to gear up your social media plan, take a look at our social...

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January came in like a lion and we’ve hardly come up for air (in a good way). But make no bones about it, no matter how busy our team gets we always make time to chat about the good stuff – the best books, TV...

  • You can do almost anything on social media these days – buy and sell items, plan vacations, watch the news, put together the perfect outfit, get sports scores, find out who was booted off the Bachelor, keep up with the neighborhood gossip – the list.

  • In the fast-paced world that we live in, brands are constantly trying to grab a very distracted consumer’s attention. Just like the 70s trend of flare leg jeans and the 80s trend of parachute pants, logo design has trends that come and go. And while.

  • Social media is a huge part of marketing for almost every industry under the sun these days. With people of all demographics using social media to get their news, shop and share interests with friends, the highly competitive platforms can have a huge

  • As 2015 comes to a close, reflecting on the portfolio of work that has been created by the JJPR team is, well, humbling. Our small but mighty team works collaboratively with some amazing clients to create smart, resourceful campaigns that ultimately

  • “We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.” – Winston S. Churchill Each day, fulfilling our clients’ needs brings us a sense of pride and accomplishment. We love what we do. And it keeps food on the table. But,.

  • JJPR, based in Daphne, Ala., took home a total of four awards from the Southern Public Relations Federation (SPRF) Lantern Awards held Tuesday, Sept. 23, at The Grand Hotel Marriott Resort, Golf Club & Spa in Point Clear, Ala. SPRF’s Lantern Awar

  • JJPR, based in Daphne, Ala., took home a total of four awards including a Judges’ Choice Award from the Public Relations Council of Alabama’s (PRCA) Medallion Awards held Thursday, April 2, at the Renaissance Montgomery Hotel & Spa at the Convent

  • Today has been one of those crazy days, like most days – meetings, conference calls, pitching, designing, writing – you get the drift. But we were on a mission today, and that was to give our new blog a name. Even though we have been...