Recently, my colleague Patrick Walsh shared a few great tips on finding the right creative partner to take on some of your design projects. Indeed, outsourcing creative is a smart—and often necessary—move for young agencies that are growing fast…but what happens when you’re outsourcing so frequently that it’s no longer a viable option for your growing company?
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Thanks to technology, much has changed in what PR pros can handle as “part of a day’s work.” Now, public relations professionals are as likely to be adept at HTML as they are with Photoshop – a far cry from the days when media pitches were the only creativity they were allowed. However, sometimes “hacking” it just doesn’t cut it. So when you need to outsource creative and design elements for your public relations programs, what should you take into account for a successful working relationship with your creative counterparts?
[Guest Post] Five Ways to Ensure Your Next Speaker Lineup Includes More Than Just Middle Aged White Guys 0
A Guest Post By Sara Capra Since 2007, 57 keynote speakers at Apple’s Worldwide Development conference have been men. One distinguished female, Stephanie Morgan, has delivered a keynote at the event.[i] At the International Consumer Electronics Show I attended last week, of the twenty-two keynote speeches, only three were delivered by women. This represents quite […]
It’s time to ring in the New Year with #PRStudChat! On Wednesday, January 21, 2015, at 8:30 p.m. ET, PR professionals, students and educators will join together for a special chat session focused on “PR Wishes and Best Practices” for the industry in 2015. Making resolutions is the easy part, understanding the hard work and effort required to keep your resolutions can be a challenge.
A few months ago, I decided to review my 2014 New Year’s Resolutions to see how well I did. At the time I had accomplished approximately three quarters of what I had set out to do for the year. However, when I reflected on the areas where I fell short, my excuses (notice, I purposely used the word “excuses”) had to do with “time.”
I met John Muscarello, founder of Endless Job Offers, a few years ago. There are young professionals in my industry who stand out as great networkers and connectors, and John is definitely one of them. From the handwritten personal notes and his incredible passion for helping people to connect, John is now offering advice for young professionals via his Endless Job Offers website / blog. Here’s my Q&A with John who shares his thoughts about networking, relationship building and finding the right career path.
On Season 9 of the Real Housewives of Orange County, the ladies gathered with their significant others for an ugly sweater Christmas party. Those ugly sweaters that you’ve often received as a gift are now considered fashionable during the holidays. They’re great conversation starters and the more outrageous you look, the better.
New hashtags are surfacing everyday. From the popular community tweet chats to the breaking news and trending hashtag topics, these aggregated conversations certainly have captured our attention. I was recently introduced to Laurie Paolone, founder of the website, HashAtIt.com, through my friends at the Social Network Station. HashAtIt.com is an easy to use hashtag search engine.