Six Times You Should Call a Press Conference

Press conferences aren’t as common as they used to be. Technology has allowed companies to disseminate information to reporters (and the...

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Whether You’re Giving or Receiving Feedback, it’s a Gift

I remember first learning about the “gift” of feedback in grad school. Up until that point, I had looked at feedback differently. I...

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What are Your Golden Rules of PR?

Last week, a friend from CPRSVancouver (@CPRSVancouver) reached out via DM and asked me to share a Golden Rule of PR, as a part of a...

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Seven Rules To Remember When a Crisis Strikes

You have a crisis communications plan in place. You’ve assembled a crisis response team, written a comprehensive crisis plan, and role...

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PRStudChat Announcement: Tips for Strategic Public Relations Planning

On March 13, 2014 at 8:30 p.m. ET, #PRStudChat will present “Tips for Strategic Public Relations Planning” for our students, educators...

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‘Professionalism’ – What Does It Really Mean?

I hear and use the term over and over…we all do…“professionalism.” In our hearts and heads, we also all think we know what it...

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#PRStudChat Works With Sparkpr to Promote Conversation Around PR & Social in 2014

The industry is thriving. Facebook is 10 and social networking apps are sprouting like spring flowers in bloom. The digital realm is a...

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Running And Life Have A Lot In Common

ver the past year or so, I’ve gotten into something I never thought I would get into when I was younger – running. This past weekend,...

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