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Five Quick and Easy Ways to Show #PR Thanks

Deirdre Breakenridge

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. I remember sitting with a college student at a local Starbucks. I’m able to catch up on what’s new in technology by walking through the exhibit hall. The Shout-Out.

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Power to the People

PR Breakfast Club

One of the pillars of Vantage is giving back to the community. Last year, Vantage employees volunteered at local food and at the Ronald McDonald House. Through a Monthly Vantage Activity, all employees participate in engaging and entertaining activities via Skype. Please feel free to offer your ideas in the comment section.


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Beyond Your Borders: How to Work with Non-Local Clients

Solo PR Pro

Working with clients in your local area is a satisfying and viable way to run your independent consultancy. It can deepen your sense of community, reduce your need to travel and allow you to dominate your local market. Knowledge of the local culture and norms can also give you an advantage over out-of-area competitors.

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How I 1st-Drafted an 87,000-Word Self-Help Book over 46 Days in 2018*


However, I spent most of the time working at my local health club for the sociability. Having downed tools on 28 December, I picked them up again on 5 January, and limbered up for a few days: A: What technology would I use to write the book? I retained the two docs so I could see the “fat outline” structure in one document.

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