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3 Creative Ways Public Relations can Partner with Human Resources and Recruiting to Attract Talent

Sword and the Script

While the rate has been trending down since 2010, it’s still largely been an employer’s market since the housing market popped a couple years before then. To that end, here are a few creative PR ideas to help the recruiting shop out. 2) Think creatively: guerilla recruiting tactics. Thinking Creatively about Recruiting Events.

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How the New York Public Library’s Blog Mobilizes Communities

Cision

However, blogging is one of the leading tools in any brand’s content marketing strategy. And for nonprofit organizations on a budget, blogging can often be the most effective way to engage and mobilize communities. Since 2007, NYPL Blogs has showcased content that continues to inspire and educate a devoted audience.

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Home sweet home – return to blogging, address well known

PR Conversations

It has taken rather a while to unpack all the boxes, redecorate and invite you round for a house blog-warming party chez PR Conversations*. During our blogging hiatus, Judy Gombita has kept up the PR Conversations action via our hugely successful Twitter micro-blog. What can you expect now we are back?

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Tracing the measurement origins of PESO

PR Conversations

As Vice President of digital research at Fleishman Hillard, on 12 May 2010, he referred to a PESO model as a metrics matrix that the agency used. I used to follow Don’s blog, MetricsMan as he was one of the leading figures discussing measurement and evaluation at this time (along with Katie Delahaye Paine ).

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Judging A Blog Post By Its Cover

Waxing UnLyrical

Image: mj*laflaca via Flickr , Creative Commons It’s about how that writing looks. They might be helpful to you as you continue on your path as a blogging Grasshopper. And if you look at my posts pre- and post-June 30, 2010, you’ll see the difference. D’oh, you say. Preview before you publish. Image: U.S.

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What I Learned From NOT Blogging

Journalistics

As part of my effort to get the blog back on track in 2016, I spent the past month doing some quantitative and qualitative analysis to better understand how this happened. I’ve shared the results from this exercise in the first half of this post below (“Why I Was Not Blogging”). Why I Was NOT Blogging.

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Customize Your Blog's Error Page in 5 Easy Steps

Waxing UnLyrical

First, you… Image: Kate Sumbler via Flickr , Creative Commons Hold on! A while back, I was looking at my Google Analytics for WUL and I noticed that my 404 page , i.e. the one you get when the server can’t find the page you’re looking for on a particular site, was the 4th most highly-trafficked page on my blog.