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Seven Steps to Walk Through Your Fear

A guest post by Ken Jacobs, Principal of Jacobs Consulting & Executive Coaching. It may surprise you how much fear there is among the...

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7 Things You Need to Know Before Starting a PR Business

There’s nothing like a grueling weekend spent unsuccessfully following up on pitches for coverage of a client’s innovative, disruptive,...

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First Black PR History Month Kick-off Event Hosted by the Museum of Public Relations

On Thursday, February 9, at 6 p.m. the first-ever Black PR History Month will kick-off at Baruch College, 55 Lexington Avenue, in New York...

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The #PRStudChat Community Discusses PR, Twitter & Politics on Tuesday, October 11th

With the 2016 Presidential Election Campaign being coined “The Twitter Election” there is no question that Twitter is topical. There is...

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Six Ways To Tell If Coaching Might Be Right For You

In my decade as a coach to public relations-communications professionals, both agency and corporate, I’ve come across many who ask me how...

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#PR Takes Your Business Beyond #Brand Awareness

Brand awareness is just the beginning of what good PR can do for your company. By incorporating PR into your communication program, a...

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Five Activities to Grow your Twitter Community

Summer class is in session. My UMASS PR and Social Media course kicked off last week with the students building and branding their Twitter...

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Join #PRStudChat for the “Millennials in the Workforce” Twitter Chat on July 19th

In 2015, a Newsweek article quoted Anthony Carnevale, director and research professor from Georgetown University’s Center on Education...

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