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Five Quick and Easy Ways to Show #PR Thanks

Deirdre Breakenridge

If you’re in PR and communications, here are five quick and easy ways to show your colleagues, peers and industry professionals that you’re thankful. Even just a little time each week to share thoughts with a student via Twitter or to schedule a Skype “coffee” chat is a fantastic way to show thanks. Industry Associations.

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Creating a PR-perfect workspace

Solo PR Pro

The way we communicate with clients has changed dramatically – and the elissapr communications headquarters needed to reflect that. This is the work where we show our worth, from strategic thinking to creative development. How do you keep those creative juices flowing? Facetime/Skype calls. Heads Down Thinking.

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Powwowing With Pepco on Social Media

Waxing UnLyrical

Waxing UnLyrical personal, possibly poetic, musings on public relations, media, communication, and everything in between About Shonali Powwowing With Pepco on Social Media September 28th, 2010 Tweet I haven’t been the biggest fan of my local energy company, Pepco, recently. That, I understand. Completely.

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8 Great Linked Tactics for Communicators


Bonnie Harris is delivering her luncheon keynote , “Behavior Is the New Black: Why Communicators Are Dumping Demographics in Favor of Influencing Audience Behavior” on Tuesday, May 24. Consciously creating strong, linked tactics can infuse any communications campaign with some IMC flavor. Register by April 22 and save $100. .

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Are we ever going to have a northern PR powerhouse?

Norton's Notes

I hear the same crap, year in year out, about the north having more and more creative degrees and PR graduates but just 15 years ago when I left University, it was pretty much an unspoken rule that if you wanted to get the best experience, you needed to move to London. Here is the top 50 and mine even manages to get a mention: [link].

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