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Relationship Building is My Career

After working in public relations and marketing for years, I’ve come to realize that relationship building is not just a handy skill or a tool in your PR toolkit that’s cultivated for the brands and companies you represent. Although it’s a huge part of your work, it also marks the cornerstone of a successful career in PR.

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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 noisy place full of opportunities for PR pros, marketers and communicators. But with the meteoric rise of social media for brands, in comes further challenges that face communications campaigns.

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 selection, as the information presented is a great way to begin the New Year with new ideas and a fresh perspective on life changing technology . The authors neatly package the chapters in the book to present the future of mobile, social media, data, sensors, and location, which are five driving forces.

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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 you know,” and thought it was just a saying; however, it is much more than that – it’s the truth. Why you ask? While you might have the best resume and be the best candidate for the job, there are dozens and sometimes hundreds of applications vying for the same job. You will need someone helping your application stand out and get noticed.

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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…

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Be the Smartest Person in the Room

I’ve always believed you learn more from your experiences or what your teacher says rather than from a textbook. I know you remember a phrase, a quote or a speech one of your professors gave that still resonates with you to this day. During my junior year in college, my professor told the entire class to, “always be the smartest person in the room.” Seems simple enough, right? And then it sets in …

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The (oh-so-important) Difference Between an Issue and a #Crisis

Understanding the difference between an issue and a crisis is the first step in understanding what is required for managing both. Unfortunately, many organizations and professionals don’t yet know the difference, and therefore suffer unnecessary consequences when presented with an issue, particularly on social media.

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PRStudChat Announcement: Public Relations: But Is It Ethical?

On October 1, 2013 at 8:30 p.m., #PRStudChat will present “Public Relations: But Is It Ethical?” for our students, educators and professionals. The session will focus on ethics in public relations and the ever-changing challenges confronting PR professionals. Students will get a chance to test their knowledge of ethics, and professionals will have the opportunity to share insights and experiences.

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