• News

    Fake News Sites – The Ugly Truth That the Media Won’t Admit

    By Jeremy Raglin This week one of the biggest stories online is a list of Fake News Sites that Melissa Zimdars, an assistant professor at Merrimack College in Massachusetts posted online. The Fake News Sites spreadsheet that Zimdars created was quickly picked up by the media because, following Donald Trump’s win in the 2016 Election, and the news that he’s going to be elected the 45th President of the United States, the media has been going through a reset of sorts in the last week as they struggle with saving face with the world after a ton of evidence was released proving that news outlets like CNN were in collusion…

  • Storytelling

    Storytelling Marketing – Lessons Learned From the 2016 Presidential Primaries

    By Jeremy Raglin One of the biggest news items dominating this year has been the 2016 Presidential Primaries since the White House is up for grabs and the race has been intense between Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. Through it, all storytelling marketing has been a key marketing tactic that every candidate has been able to use successfully or unsuccessfully this year. Now that Trump and Clinton both have their respective nominations locked up and the battle for the White House all comes down to these two candidates (as many people knew that it always would) we can look back at the Presidential Primaries and see…

  • Current Events,  Politics

    Why Donald Trump Should Fire His Speech Writer

    By Jeremy Raglin If you’ve been following Donald Trump during the primaries and watched Melania Trump’s speech at the RNC convention this week you may have had the opportunity to compare the text from her speech with Michelle Obama’s 2008 speech at the 2008 Democratic Convention. It’s clear that Mrs. Trump’s speech was plagiarized since both speeches are so similar that it’s almost funny how easy it is to compare the two. Unfortunately for Trump this is another negative spotlight on his campaign because it’s a sign that his speech writer couldn’t come up with a speech with original ideas and instead resorted to copying a speech almost verbatim that…