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How to Make Facebook a Career Book

PR Job Coach

For example, if you have given a speech to the Rotary Club about the state of ecommerce in local communities, post your presentation on Slideshare, the video on YouTube and add the respective link in your Facebook feed. If there is coverage in your local newspaper, post the web link in your feed. The revelation that companies are asking potential employees for Facebook passwords got me thinking about how Facebook has rapidly evolved as both diary and biography.

Why and how companies are turning to brand journalism

PR Daily

At the same time, local newspapers are financially struggling, laying off reporters, or closing entirely. Ylisela and Mark Ragan, founder of Chicago-based Ragan Communications , started to teach the concept of brand journalism in 2012.

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The transition from media to PR: Four former journalists talk about the surprises, struggles and wins

Communications Conversations

Newspapers are cutting staff. KSTP-TV told me in August of 2012 that they weren’t renewing my contract and they would give me a year to find another job. Yet I don’t think the PR-Journalist relationship is over–especially at the local level. Media conglomerates are eating up local news outlets. For the brands that think they don’t need the press, I will say this: owned and paid media can only take your reputation so far.

Taking the collective temperature of Italian females in PR

PR Conversations

Other strategic areas that relate include interpreting numbers and translating them into meaningful data about reputation, organizational issues, crisis management and so on. Ours is dynamic and proactive profession, and we benefit from our ubiquity in: contributing to the general workplace and local and national discussions. Since 2012 ,she is a member of Ferpi, the Italian Federation grouping PR professionals. By Enrica Orecchia.