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The Journey By: Katie Davis
What a beautiful reminder that God has a plan for each and every one of His children and He is just waiting for us to open up our eyes and finally give Him a moment to speak. We need to be clinging to His feet. This is essential in the faith walk. What an example Katie is to me.
January #PRStudChat Recap: Guest Post By Jim Joseph, President of Lippe Taylor By: Deirdre Breakenridge
I am a PR major that is graduating in May of this year, so I found this post very interesting! I really loved the answer to the first question when you said that we are the lucky ones. I love the fact that in PR we get to talk with people and not at them. There is a huge difference between the two, and I am excited to see what I will end up doing in the PR world!
So you want to quit your job By: Martin Waxman
I found this post very interesting and very important. It’s true, we always focus on getting the job and not on the appropriate way to leave the job. No matter who you are, young or old, you probably have had to leave one or more jobs, and it probably has been an awkward situation for you. This post was very beneficial to me and is something that I was not educated on before I read it.
Redefining Public Relations By: Gini Dietrich
It definitely is hard to explain or ‘define’ what Public Relations is. I feel like we could go on and on about what we do, and each PR professional could probably say something different about what they do, because we do a lot of different things! But why is it so hard to ‘define’ PR? I think it’s hard to do because our role changes so drastically day to day and job to job. Is it possible to even define PR?
Do you act Professionally? By: Nathan Burgess
This is definitely a good reminder to me. I have been told over and over throughout my college career, don’t burn bridges. This is so true and I have learned to take each opportunity that I have to make a connection and once a connection is made, never let it go. You just never know when you might run into that person again, and need something from them! Thank you for the great reminder!
Boosting the Content Quality on your Blog or Website By: Jason Falls
This was a very informative post and I really liked the part that you talked about being provocative. It’s true that it is rare to find something that you talk about that is completely original. That is why it is vital that you make your posts new and creative. Thanks so much for the words of wisdom!
Breathing New Life into Old Content By: Donna Papacosta
This was great information that encouraged me that it is okay to re-post some of my content. I also think that it is a great idea to respond to certain topics that clients are talking about within your blog, because it will direct more traffic to your blog.
KONY 2012: Social media and crisis communication lessons learned By: Holtz Communication
I would have to agree that it is going to be really hard, nearly impossible for invisible children to keep the fire burning all the way until April 21. I already feel as though the fire is smoldering with this movie. You were right when you said “attention spans are short online.” With all this said, I still support Invisible Children, and have been a follower of them for several years now, so this is not new to me. However, was this the best timing for the movie to go viral? I think not… they should have held out for at least a few more weeks.
On March 22nd, PRStudChat Discusses “Public Relations: Art or Science?” By: Deirdre Breakenridge
I am really sad that I missed this #PRstudentchat! I am aware that it is important that everyone taps into their ‘creative side’, but I think that it is really important that we understand the importance of thinking outside of the “box”. Social media has such an impact on the success of organizations that it is important that it is done right. This means that it is important to be aware of all the new social media components.
12 LinkedIn secrets to supercharge your social networking By: Shelly Kramer
These were really great tips, especially for me, being a student that is on the verge of entering “the real world”. I have had a LinkedIn profile for awhile now, but probably the best advice for me was number 9 where you talk about adding a personal message when you are trying to connect with someone. It definitely shows a lot about yourself if you can’t even take 5 seconds to write a brief personal message. Thanks so much for the great pointers!