Book Review: Social Media for Strategic Communication By Karen Freberg

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One of the best ways to kick off the New Year is with a good book that offers great guidance and takes a deep dive into being more strategic with your storytelling. There are so many reasons why I like this book and would recommend it to students, professors and professionals.

Book Launch: Answers for Modern Communicators

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I’ve been writing this book for years and it’s finally finished. My book offers students and professionals practical answers to important career and communication questions, helping them to communicate successfully in a business setting. book Mentoring PR 2.0

PR Guide to Stellar Briefing Books

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The PR briefing book is no exception; it’s a simple tool, yet a critical asset for a brand spokesperson to prepare for media interviews. PR guide to stellar briefing books. The most important parts of the briefing book are the messaging and questions sections.

Book Review: A Roadmap for Teaching Social Media

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Here’s my video book review of A Roadmap for Teaching Social Media by Dr. Karen Freberg who is an assistant professor teaching Strategic Communications at the University of Louisville. Karen’s book can be described in three words … handy reference guide. book PR 2.0

Book Review: Stand Out by Dorie Clark

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In the spirit of learning, and reinventing yourself to find what’s next in your career and in your life, here’s a book that takes reinvention and the big idea to a whole new level. The post Book Review: Stand Out by Dorie Clark appeared first on Deirdre Breakenridge.

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Book Review: Becoming Ginger Rogers By Patrice Tanaka

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I mentioned in a post earlier this year, how I enjoy reading different types of books from business books to fiction and memoirs. Regardless, for me, the book was a page turner. Here’s what I appreciate about Patrice’s book. book Mentoring PR 2.0

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Book Review: Leave Your Mark by Aliza Licht

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I’m into my summer reading list, and my second book is another excellent read. From Aliza’s personal career steps and stories to her very helpful tips, you’ll want to put this book on your bookshelf. Here’s my book review … enjoy!

10 books every PR pro should read

PR Daily

Out of the hundreds of books professing unique knowledge of the PR industry, only a handful are truly worth exploring. Consider these 10 books on public relations, from tomes about the profession to works that can help you improve your technical skills.

New Book, Answers for Modern Communicators

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9 cookbooks for book lovers

PR Daily

Are you looking to combine your love of books and a passion for good food? let’s take a look at cookbooks for book lovers. has recipes taken from the Austen family’s “Household Book.”. Leo Tolstoy’s family recipe book”.

Check out these 9 outstanding books about branding

PR Daily

There are lots of books on branding (our office shelves are packed with them), but there are a few standouts that we’ve found especially helpful. So, to pass it on, we’ve rounded up nine of our team’s favorite books. For design geeks, this book is a fantastic resource.

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10 books every PR pro should read

PR Daily

Consider these 10 books on public relations, from tomes about the profession to works that can help you improve your technical skills. This book provides a set of actionable techniques for helping information spread, perfect for any PR pro hoping their story will catch on.

Top Must-Read Books For PR Professionals

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We’re also talking about books. According to the Pew Research Center , nearly a quarter of all Americans report not having read a book in the past year. Tur’s book is full of insights on dealing with high-stress, high-profile situations and personalities.

Check out these 9 outstanding books about branding

PR Daily

There are lots of books on branding (our office shelves are packed with them), but there are a few standouts that we’ve found especially helpful. So, to pass it on, we’ve rounded up nine of our team’s favorite books. This book is more of a quick and dirty guide than a book.

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Book Review: Becoming Ginger Rogers By Patrice Tanaka

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I mentioned in a post earlier this year, how I enjoy reading different types of books from business books to fiction and memoirs. Regardless, for me, the book was a page turner. Here’s what I appreciate about Patrice’s book. book Mentoring PR 2.0

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15 Takeaways from Killing Marketing [Book Review]

Sword and the Script

Yet it’s my observation that for many business leaders, the last time they cracked open a marketing book was in college. I recommend the book, especially the audio version, which accompanied me on roughly 6 hours’ worth of hikes around the Chattahoochee River.

Book Review of How Women Rise

Karen Freberg

When one of your mentors walks up to you and hands you over a book and tells you – read this – you better jump on it! I have done this for some of my students over the years – where I have provided them with a book that would be good for them to check out.

Self-Publishing Book Tips, Trends, and #SocialPRSecrets

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Publishing a book can be a daunting thought and yet an exciting opportunity. Taking the self publishing book route can throw you right out of your comfort zone and straight to the closest bar. Publishers buy rights to manuscripts, you’re selling your book rights. Book It!

Marketing Your Book Using PR

5W PR

Here are just some of the steps that an author might need to take when they’re thinking of marketing their book with the help of a PR strategy. This personal brand will then make the author more compelling when the book officially launches.

A slew of must-read books for writers

PR Daily

Henneke from Enchanting Marketing has compiled a handy list of books about writing, which she has broken up into subsections. Her recommendations include: Best books on writing. Best books on copywriting. “ Best books on creativity. “ Best books on visual storytelling.

Review: The Book of Joy

Stephen Waddington

I’m usually not a fan of self-help or spiritual books but The Book of Joy is a bit different. I’ve just finished reading The Book of Joy by His Holiness the Dalai Lamai and Archbishop Desmond Tutu. It’s not the sort of book that I’d normally read.

AP stylebook announces e-book edition

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The Associated Press has expanded its Stylebook once again, and for the first time it’s available as an e-book. The Stylebook—a vital resource for journalists and PR pros alike—has been available via a web subscription for a few years now, but users were calling for an e-book resource.

2019 reading list—10 books to check out before entering media relations

Agility PR Solutions

The post 2019 reading list—10 books to check out before entering media relations appeared first on Agility PR Solutions. Thousands of job applicants will begin angling for their first position in media relations.

How to Make Facebook a Career Book

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Career Book Employ Facebook to Get Employed Facebook as Resume 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.

Booking a PR tool to ride

Stephen Waddington

We organise webinars and produce e-books; we also allow our clients to promote their expertise. Entrepreneur Joanna Drabent tells the story of Prowly, an integrated campaign management and workflow tool for PR teams. By Joanna Drabent Prowly’s beginnings are typical of a tech startup.

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Top Five Books Every PR Pro Should Read

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We get it–in the hectic life of a PR pro, it is tough to find time to curl up with a good book. But even if you’re tight on time, we promise you, the books we’ve listed below will be worth it once you have a chance to sit down and take them in!

What’s the Deal With Book Deals?

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The book publishing world has been in tremendous flux in recent years, but I had no idea how much so until I began researching options for my own book about how to defend your reputation online. If you wanted to publish a book, you had to go through the traditional system.

Master Multimedia Storytelling With a Free E-Book!

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A Roadmap to Multimedia Storytelling ,” a free e-book by Martin Waxman , provides today’s communicators with tips, best practices and strategies for creating content that excels in today’s visual and textual world. Get your e-book for free! Get the free e-book now!

Pitching Talent and Celebrity Booking With Patrick Lambert

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Patrick Lambert oversees celebrity, relevant human interest and news bookings as a talent executive for T.D. Jakes team, but isn’t new to talent booking. Tell me a little about yourself: How did you get your start in talent and celebrity booking? At my first internship, they needed help booking celebrity talent and I took it on as a project so that became my first real gig as a booker and I stuck with that through college into my first job out of school at Extra.

PR Turns Over A New Leaf With These Fall Books

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Fall is an ideal time to crack open a book, and there are plenty of choices out there to stimulate a public relations professional’s appetite for ideas and inspiration. The book is The Trespasser by Irish novelist Tana French.

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Video: My Upcoming Book

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Wondering what my new book, Above The Noise, is about? Here is a short video where I introduce a little detail about it.

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A social media professor’s review of Gary Vaynerchuk’s Crushing It! Book

Karen Freberg

I wrote a book review of Gary’s #AskGaryVee book nearly two years ago, and I feel I need to write one for his latest book, Crushing It! So, what are some things I wished were in Gary’s new book, Crushing It? Here’s the link to his book on Amazon.

10 must-read books about public relations

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9 great books about storytelling and presentations

PR Daily

To take advantage of the rise in temperature, as well as my renewed desire to grow personally and professionally, I often sit outside and indulge in books that change my perspective and provide solutions for the future. This time of year, I am inspired to challenge myself.

12 books every leader should read

PR Daily

Are you looking for a good book to give you a fresh perspective on business? Look no further than the 12 books included below. These 12 books are great additions to any reading list, especially for people seeking inspiration for creative leadership.

2018 Social PR Book of the Year: Marketing New Realities

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If there is one Social PR book you should read right now, it’s Marketing New Realities: An Introduction to Virtual Reality & Augmented Reality Marketing, Branding, & Communications. Read this book, and infuse yourself with a new reality for tomorrow’s marketing.

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Should an e-book Be Part of Your Content Marketing Strategy?

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Whitepapers, e-books, infographics, video, podcasts…all are fair game when it comes to reaching your audience. But today, for simplicity’s sake, let’s just cover e-books. Do We Have the Content to Support an e-book? Can the e-book Support Other Content?

7 Takeaways from Mindful Social Media Marketing [Book Review]

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Janet Fouts has recently published a new book – Mindful Social Marketing: How Authenticity and Generosity are Transforming Marketing – and provided me with a copy at no cost for review. The book itself is less than 100 pages and the Kindle version runs for about $5.00 by Frank Strong.

5 books every digital marketer should read

PR Daily

A Google search will give you good marketing books, but in this post, I’ve chosen five essential books for digital marketers: 1. There are many examples of massive profit-making in his book. The book replaces old methods with trackable, testable and scalable new tools.

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Launching new book, meet ups, and presentations: Reflections of #AEJMC18

Karen Freberg

Official launching of my book. This was the first time I was able to see my book in print, and I felt like it was my academic baby! I had a lot of emotions when I first saw my book (my good friend and collaborator Carolyn got me into the exhibit hall early so I could see it in person!).