Interns … The Present and the Future of Public Relations

A recent article in the Boston Globe Magazine caught my attention for a combination of right and wrong reasons. Sporting the title “The...

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Mobilizing Your Social Media Workforce

Have you thought about the potential of mobilizing your entire workforce through social media rather than one or two individual voices? ...

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International Relations: Social media Opens Doors, PR Builds Relationships

Last week I had the honor and the pleasure Skyping into the 10th Annual Iran PR Conference. If you were to ask me 10 years ago about my...

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PRStudChat Kicks off the New Year with Startup PR

For students and recent grads with an entrepreneurial spirit, startups provide an ideal training ground to expand your skills, witness the...

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Starting the Year in an Age of Context: A Book Review

I selected the Age of Context by Robert Scoble and Shel Israel as the book I would read and review to close out the year. The perfect...

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Growing Your Network in 2014

Nowadays, having a stacked resume and good credentials isn’t enough. I’m sure you’ve heard the expression, “it’s all about who...

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Seven Reasonable “Pre-Conditions” For an Interview

I recently received an email from a reader who was arranging an interview for a client. He wondered whether it was possible to put a...

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2014: A Year of New Initiatives

It’s almost the end of the year. I usually write a “Trends in PR” or a “New Year’s Resolution” post. However, this year, I’ve...

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