KCSA PUBLIC RELATIONS, INVESTOR RELATIONS BLOG

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The Down Low on SEO

Posted by on June 25, 2014

You have spent months designing and developing the perfect website. You are thrilled with the final product and excited to show it off to the world. But how will prospective customers find your new site? With more than 80% of consumers starting their search process online from home and spending an average of 79 days […]

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High Frequency Trading – Wall Street’s Latest Darling or Next Regulation Nightmare?

Posted by on June 17, 2014

Last weekend I was having a conversation with a group of friends regarding Flash Boys, the recent book by former Wall Street traitor trader turned author, Michael Lewis. The book focuses on high-frequency trading which is a type of trading that uses sophisticated computer algorithms and technological tools to rapidly trade securities within nanoseconds. In […]

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Owner of the LA Clippers: Steve Ballmer?

Posted by on June 5, 2014

Being inspired by Vincent Piazza’s blog on realizing intrinsic value in basketball, I felt the time was right to speak about the latest development with the LA Clippers. To preface, I am not a huge sports follower, but I have always been intrigued by the business itself. When I heard that Steve Ballmer, former CEO […]

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KCSA Eats Its Own Cooking

Posted by on May 23, 2014

PR firms like mine consistently give strategic counsel to our clients on the value of content creation.  There isn’t a new business pitch, kick off meeting or brain storm that doesn’t result in a recommendation involving the creation of professionally produced video. People just don’t read anymore, but what they do watch is video. LOTS […]

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A Step Forward By the SEC on Public Company Disclosure and Social Media

Posted by on May 7, 2014

Just a couple of weeks ago, the SEC provided clarity on how public companies can use social media for purposes of disclosure and satisfying Regulation Fair Disclosure (Reg FD). In early April of 2013, the SEC shook up the Investor Relation industry when it stated, and The Wall Street Journal reported on its front page […]

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