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As a former NCAA athlete, I was thrilled when I was approached by the athletic department of University of Houston to chat with student-athletes about social media branding and career development. I’m a strong believer that college athletics can be a key tool for professional development and personal branding. I believe it because it worked… Continue reading

MMIers Amanda Hansen and Maggie Malek will be joining the stage at PRSA-Houston’s PR Day 2015 on Wednesday, Oct. 28! Amanda and Maggie will share four easy steps to integrate PR and social media in real time during live events. They will include examples from MMI Agency’s clients, including Shell Houston Open and MD Anderson. They… Continue reading

Here, at MMI Agency, we’re huge proponents of the power of social media. You can find us regularly sending out tweets, uploading photos to Instagram, posting updates on Facebook, sending photos on Snapchat, and organizing boards on Pinterest, just to name a few, for MMI Agency and our clients. We love the work we do for our… Continue reading

The wise and quotable Winston Churchill once said, “There is no such thing as public opinion. There is only published opinion.” These are words I took to heart when I was tasked with an unexpected challenge: to get published within 60 days. For some, public speaking is the stuff of nightmares. For others, the thought… Continue reading

The PR team is event-focused this month as we support The University of Texas MD Anderson Regional Care Centers in hosting standout breast cancer awareness evening celebrations in Sugar Land, Katy, The Woodlands and the Bay Area. The Pink Lighting events have become a unique tradition recognizing breast cancer survivors, patients and caregivers. These signature events educate the public… Continue reading

We’re one week closer to National Punctuation Day! This week, we’re celebrating the question mark. Why? Because you can’t ask a question, like the one we just did, without it! In English, the question mark is used at the end of an interrogative sentence. The history of the question mark is debated; there isn’t a… Continue reading