BuzzLine

The BuzzLine – Week 1 – Shine the Apple

The BuzzLine is a weekly contest that challenges PR and marketing pros to deliver a smart, witty, creative or humorous six-word commentary on a selected story.

Don’t worry about character limits! But your sentence or phrase must have five spaces. No more, no less. For example:

Recently the stock market made big news with the DJIA reaching new heights. How would you comment on that story in six words? Maybe…

  • “Filling gas tank with stock profits.”
  • “Bulls leave bears to clean up.”
  • “Nothing inflates bubbles like irrational exuberance.”

Just put your six-word masterpiece in the comments. We’ll pick a winner on Tuesday, tweet the winning comment widely on Wednesday (#buzzline, #PR) and reward its author. (Starbucks on us!) And we’ll start over with a new BuzzLine challenge next Friday.

Ready to have some fun? Stick with the stock theme and buzz off on this:

To bolster its first quarterly profit decline in a decade, Apple said this week it would open its vault and return $100 billion to shareholders. But shares of the stock, they did not pop. And sales of i-this and i-that continue to slow.

In six words, what do you think Apple needs to do to regain its shine?

GO.

About Christian Munson:

Christian Munson is an award-winning communications professional at PadillaCRT.

31 Comments on “The BuzzLine – Week 1 – Shine the Apple

  1.  by  Christian Munson

    Thanks for participating in the inaugural BuzzLine! And congrats to Emily Lacy, the Week One winner with six words of advice for Apple: “Bolster your genius, not your stock.”

    We’ll do it again Friday. Week Two of the BuzzLine should be up around noon. Hope to see your comments again!

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