A Daily Reading Regimen to Keep You in the “Know”

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You may have heard me say this before, but it’s really important to read everyday to stay on top of the trends, news and industry information.  There are so many great resources for professionals to keep us in the “know.” However, we also need to set up a daily reading regimen to peruse interesting articles, blogs, newsletters, etc.

Here’ my video blog on my personal reading regimen and the magazines, email newsletters and blogs that keep me up to date on industry and business news.  What are your reading resources and how do you stay on top and in the “know?”

7 Responses to " A Daily Reading Regimen to Keep You in the “Know” "

  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Alltop PR, Raquel Gonzalez. Raquel Gonzalez said: Driving? Turn on NPR. Waiting? Skim subheads. Trying to stay “in the know?" http://ow.ly/3SxqE (via @dbreakenridge) #prstudchat #printern […]

  2. Deirdre says:

    Thank You for this, you provided many valuable reading resources that I will definitely have to check out to help keep me in the “know.” I also start every morning by reading, through articles and updates on Twitter, blogs I’m subscribed to, e-mail newsletters I receive, Mashable, BusinessWeek, some newspapers, as well as career sites to look for job postings, as I am currently a job seeker! I will look into the site you mentioned, “PR Newser” for my job search. Thank You again!

  3. Deirdre says:

    Hi Deirdre, thank you for sharing your morning reading regimen. Mashable and BusinessWeek are both great! I hope that PR Newser is helpful to you. Good luck in your job search!

  4. Sean says:

    Hi Deirdre,

    Thanks for sharing your resources! Working as a PR professional in the Philippines, these sites may prove to be useful.

    I read two major broadsheets, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Philippine Star, over breakfast. Then the first things I read at work posts from Brian Solis’, Jeremiah Owyang’s, and your blog. To keep abreast with the best PR and Advertising campaigns, I visit Digital Buzz Blog over lunch. I occasionally read Mashable, Brand Autopsy, and Katy Paine’s blog.

    PR 2.0 in the Philippines is at its infancy stage. Since the US market is more advanced than ours, I find your site and your books, “PR 2.0” and “Putting Back The Public In Public Relations,” very useful for educating my clients.


  5. Deirdre says:

    Hi Sean! Thank you so much and I’m really happy to hear that my blog and books are helpful resources for you! I also appreciate you sharing your reading resources. Good luck with your clients and let me know if you have any questions about PR 2.0 🙂

  6. Erin says:

    Deirdre, this post is very helpful. I graduate in the next year and I have been curious as to how to stay on top of the constantly updating news and trends. These resources are exactly what I needed! I love your blog. Thank you for sharing your insights in the PR and social media field! It does not go unappreciated!

  7. Deirdre says:

    Hi Erin! Thank you and I’m glad you found my post to be helpful. I really appreciate your feedback. Good luck in school and keep me posted on your PR and social media efforts moving forward. I think social media is a such a great way to stay updated on news and to be connected to other professionals, so we can learn and grow together 🙂

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